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The "Miserable Men" Instagram is Here to Make You Laugh Out Loud

You love bringing your guy along as you hit the mall or your favorite boutiques.

Maybe you want their opinion, or perhaps you just want them there to watch your purse so you can try things on in peace. Either way, having your significant other serving as your shopping buddy is a beautiful thing. Unfortunately, your man may not be as thrilled about the whole experience as you are. In fact, there's a whole Instagram account dedicated to men who not having the best time waiting for their wives or girlfriends. It's called Miserable Men and it's absolutely hilarious. Here are a few examples:

Instagram post by Miserable Men * Sep 30, 2017 at 5:19am UTC

3,694 Likes, 30 Comments - Miserable Men (@miserable_men) on Instagram

This dude, who's just hoping to catch a few ZZZs until it's time to go home.

The Scream

6,960 Likes, 68 Comments - Miserable Men (@miserable_men) on Instagram: "The Scream"

This guy, caught mid-yawn.

Instagram post by Miserable Men * Aug 20, 2017 at 6:25am UTC

8,407 Likes, 143 Comments - Miserable Men (@miserable_men) on Instagram

This line of men, all waiting it out at Victoria's Secret.

I'd be careful snapping photos of this dude. He seems tense.

2,725 Likes, 31 Comments - Miserable Men (@miserable_men) on Instagram: "I'd be careful snapping photos of this dude. He seems tense."

This guy, who's just happy he found a comfy couch to chill on while he passes the time.

Happy Father's Day!

4,164 Likes, 79 Comments - Miserable Men (@miserable_men) on Instagram: "Happy Father's Day!"

Then there's this gentleman, who's serving as a human clothing rack.

Home Sweet Home

5,380 Likes, 59 Comments - Miserable Men (@miserable_men) on Instagram: "Home Sweet Home"

And don't forget this one, who's making himself right at home while he waits.

The account is just the best thing ever. Click here to check out more photos.

 

 

Lauren Levine is a freelance writer who has contributed to publications and websites including The Charlotte Observer, U.S. News & World Report, American Way magazine, The Huffington Post, Hello Giggles, Bustle, Thrillist, Thought Catalog, and others.