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You oughta know how to ‘Morissette’ your significant other to tears
Actress Lisa Rieffel discovered a foolproof way to drive your loved ones insane.
Actress Lisa Rieffel inspired hundreds of wives and girlfriends with a new way to drive their partners crazy; it’s called “Morissette-ing.”
Rieffel found the ultimate form of spousal torment: she unrelentingly sang Alanis Morissette’s “You Oughta Know” at random, inopportune moments for over a month.
Fortunately, Rieffel collected footage throughout the month of her husband’s reactions, so viewers get to watch Dunn slowly move from intentionally ignoring his wife as she belts out the song lyrics to actually begging her to “please stop” by the end of the month.
My poor, poor husband.
I “Morissetted” him for over a month.
But let me ask you this, how the hell could I ever stop? pic.twitter.com/R6UVdjmHuL
— Lisa Shmeesa 🦎🦎🦎 (@LisaRieffel) March 21, 2018
Since the video was first shared on March 21, it has been watched over 1.5 million times on Twitter. Rieffel has already left an impact on a few marriages, with women tweeting to the actress that they’ve begun to “Morissette” their partners, too.
Thank you so much. My co-workers and I have been annoying our husbands all day and made this into a challenge. Thanks for the laughter
— Lorraine Prince (@LoPrinceBrit) March 24, 2018
Lisa! You’re all grown up and making me laugh SO HARD. I may steal this and “Morisette” someone I love.
— Mo Gaffney (@mogaffney) March 25, 2018
— Christen Clifford (@cd_clifford) March 25, 2018
I am in love. 😍 I, too, enjoy torturing my husband in unusual ways. Never thought of this one. I’m gonna follow.
— Melanie Streeter (@Mel_Streeter) March 22, 2018
i did this to my boyfriend, he asked why i’m like this pic.twitter.com/uMn1mpi3Fe
— it’s time for gun control (@capncrybaby) March 23, 2018
Others have pointed out just how amazingly Rieffel nails her Morissette impression.
When she sings “Huh theatuh” I loose it pic.twitter.com/5goyQOxmNK
— Aurelio Guimaraes (@AurelioGuima) March 23, 2018
Goodbye rick roll, hello morissetted….. https://t.co/rbEczRPjnn
— Joe Bel Bruno (@JoeBelBruno) March 25, 2018
Meanwhile, Dunn has been responding to his wife and other folks on Twitter in the best way possible.
— johnny (@killola) March 22, 2018
ok this is now getting out of hand @LisaRieffel
— johnny (@killola) March 9, 2018
plz don’t encourage her thanks
– the guy
— johnny (@killola) March 25, 2018
here i sit, crumbling in front of the world pic.twitter.com/8pZeZUbv88
— johnny (@killola) March 23, 2018
Sounds like Dunn really “oughta know” better by now.
Tess Cagle is a reporter who focuses on politics, lifestyle, and streaming entertainment. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Texas Monthly, the Austin American-Statesman, Damn Joan, and Community Impact Newspaper. She’s also a portrait, events, and live music photographer in Central Texas.