A woman has been left flabbergasted after finding out her husband and his pals have a special nickname for her.
The female said she discovered the name in their group chat but her partner panicked and refused to explain its meaning.
She claims her phone had died while she was messaging her mum about something important so she asked to borrow his mobile.
Then while she was using it, a message notification came up at the top of the screen from one of his mates.
It read: "Do you and ST still want to do the Halloween plans?"
The woman was rather confused as her initials are not "ST", so that prompted her to ask her husband.
Writing on Reddit in an open forum, she said: "So I was confused. I showed him the chat and asked what it stood for.
"He looked suddenly really flustered. He grabbed his phone back and said 'oh uhh it's nothing, just a nickname.
"Okay? Well what's it stand for? He literally wouldn't tell me, he just kept saying 'don't worry about it'.
"Well is there some reason I would need to worry? I wouldn't be worrying if he just explained what it meant.
"I was a little put off by this, to find out all his friends are calling me something I don't even know about?"
The woman asked her husband to just reveal the name – even if it's part of "some dumb joke" – but he still refused.
She continued: "This entire back and forth was maybe a minute or two. Then, he suddenly goes, 'Okay fine it's Super Terrific'.
"Look, I can't tell if I'm being crazy but I just don't fully buy that? If that's all it was, why not say so the first time I asked?
"I asked like 3 or 4 times for him to tell me what it stood for. Why keep avoiding it?"
She explained that she didn't want to look paranoid or accuse him of lying, but she didn't believe it stood for "Super Terrific".
After asking for advice on Reddit, scores of users commented on the post to offer their opinions.
One said: "It's something inappropriate otherwise he would have told you what it was. It is not okay."
Another wrote: "Time to group chat with the other wives."
A third suggested putting his friends on the spot, adding: "I wouldn't buy it either. If he won’t tell you, call someone on the group text."
And a fourth commented: "He 100% lied and now I wanna know what the nickname truly means too."