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This Guy Went To IKEA And Pretended To Be A Couples Therapist | The Huffington Post EDITION US عربي (Arabi) Australia Brasil Canada Deutschland España France Ελλάδα (Greece) India Italia 日本 (Japan) 한국 (Korea) Maghreb México Québec (En Francais) South Africa United Kingdom United States NEWS WorldPost Highline Science Education Weird News Business TestKitchen Tech College Media POLITICS Pollster Election Results Eat the Press HuffPost Hill Candidate Confessional So That Happened ENTERTAINMENT Sports Comedy Celebrity Books Entertainment TV Arts + Culture WELLNESS Healthy Living Travel Style Taste Home Weddings Divorce Sleep WHAT'S WORKING Impact Green Good News Global Health VOICES Black Voices Latino Voices Women Fifty Religion Queer Voices Parents Teen College VIDEO ALL SECTIONS Arts + Culture Black Voices Books Business Candidate Confessional Celebrity College Comedy Crime Divorce Dolce Vita Eat the Press Education Election Results Entertainment Fifty Good News Green Healthy Living Highline Home Horoscopes HuffPost Data HuffPost Hill Impact Latino Voices Media Outspeak Parents Politics Pollster Queer Voices Religion Science Small Business So That Happened Sports Style Taste Tech Teen TestKitchen Travel TV Weddings Weird News Women WorldPost FEATURED Hawaii OWN Quiet Revolution Talk to Me Don't Stress the Mess Endeavor Fearless Dreamers Generation Now Inspiration Generation Paving the Way The Power Of Humanity Sleep + Wellness What's Working: Purpose + Profit What's Working: Small Businesses COMEDY This Guy Went To IKEA And Pretended To Be A Couples Therapist Because relationships don't come with poorly worded Swedish instructions. 02/16/2016 01:02 pm ET 800 Andy McDonald Comedy Writer / Editor, The Huffington Post IKEA is the "wolf in sheep's clothing" of retail stores. Couples enter with so much magic in their hearts. As they traverse the Swedish labyrinth, the very well-designed demo rooms devolve into crudely assembled piles of $5 skillets. By the end, couples have reached the breaking point, falling apart like so many IKEA products in their shopping cart.  Comedian Tyler Fischer went to his local IKEA and pretended to be a couples therapist. The results are pretty fantastic.   Also on HuffPost: 13 Cats Who Will Murder You In Your Sleep 13 13 Cats Who Will Murder You In Your Sleep 1 of 13 Ever get the feeling your cat is plotting your demise behind your back? Share this slide: View post on imgur.com Reddit More: Ikea Ikea Couples Couples At IKEA Couples Therapy IKEA Couples Therapy Suggest a correction Comments Close SUBSCRIBE TO & FOLLOW ENTERTAINMENT HuffPost Entertainment is your one-stop shop for celebrity news, hilarious late-night bits, industry and awards coverage and more — sent right to your inbox six days a week. Learn more Newsletter 1.1 M 185 K 459 K Podcast Add us on Snapchat This Guy Went To IKEA And Pretended To Be A Couples Therapist NEW! HIGHLIGHT AND SHARE Highlight text to share via Facebook and Twitter CURATED FOR YOU Generated from related, personalized and trending articles. View your news homepage. CONVERSATIONS Advertise RSS Careers FAQ User Agreement Privacy Comment Policy About Us About Our Ads Contact Us Archive Copyright © 2016 TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc.    "The Huffington Post" is a registered trademark of TheHuffingtonPost.com, Inc. All rights reserved. Part of HuffPost • HPMG News