TikToker trolls husband at Bunnings with 'gaslighter' sign

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A Bunnings customer has taken to TikTok to troll her husband with a 'gaslighter' sign in a video that has since gone viral.

The video, which has been viewed over 300,000 times, was shared by Sydney-based couple Sav and Mark, with Sav captioning the video, "He's going cheap."

Man standing next to gaslighter sign
A TikToker has trolled her husband while shopping at Bunnings with a sign for a 'gaslighter'. Photo: TikTok/SavAndMark

Mark is seen in the video standing next to a sign for gaslighters that retail for just $5.30.

"Men only cost $5.30, remember that," Sav wrote on the video of Mark jokingly looking annoyed.

Viewers found the video hilarious with one user writing, "$5.30?!? Why pay when you can get it for free."

"Lowest prices are just the beginning 😏😂," another wrote.

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"Anyone know where I can return mine to?" a third joked.

"$5.30 is too much," someone else added, while another jokingly wrote, "Don’t forget if you find it cheaper anywhere else they’ll beat it by 10%!"

"I'll wait for the sale," yet another said.

"This is so funny," an amused viewer wrote.

What is gaslighting?

‘Gaslighting’ is a form of psychological manipulation whereby one partner aims to get the other partner to basically doubt their own sanity.

According to matrimonial consultant and relationship expert Sheela Mackintosh-Stewart, gaslighting should be counted as a form of emotional abuse.

“The ‘gaslighter’ questions their partner and then twists and manipulates the information provided in such a way that victims doubt their own memory, sanity and reality,” she told Yahoo UK.

“These relationships are toxic as they are unequal, one-sided, controlling and there is a complete lack of respect and love.

“Such negative patterns of behaviour can only lead to the breakdown of a relationship and also cause harm to the victim’s mental and emotional wellbeing and self-esteem.”

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