Husband Earns RM30K A Month & Gives RM18K To Wife But She Complains It's Still Not Enough

"Is RM18,000 really not enough for household expenses these days?" the husband asked.

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A Malaysian husband recently shared his frustrations on Facebook about his wife who often complains that the money he gives her every month is not enough

The man made an anonymous confession on the MY (Malaysia) Facebook page and said that his family is considered a well-off family.

According to the man, he earns RM30,000 every month and is the father to four obedient children. He gives RM18,000 in allowance to his wife every month, but said she still constantly nags him to make more money.

"She's a full-time mom and housewife, and I must commend her for keeping the house and the kids in excellent condition," said the husband.

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However, he doesn't understand why the money he gives to his wife is still insufficient, given that he already pays for their house, car, and utility bills

The husband claimed that he is working hard and trying his best to save up in order to put food on the table, but his wife spends the money given to her "like a faucet".

"I don't understand what she spends her money on. Is RM18,000 really not enough for household expenses these days?" the husband asked.

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Netizens left some amusing comments under his Facebook confession

One Facebook user commented, "Are you considering changing wives? Remember to think of me. I have a few good introductions."

"Your wife is the epitome of 'living in fortune but does not know what fortune means'," said another.

Another Facebook user jokingly said, "You have to look after your wife, but your wife can also look after me... Next month give her a bit more! I need it."

His post has since gone viral, garnering over 2,200 likes and 1,300 comments.

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