AUSTIN (KXAN) - Jason Mortensen sees his wife for the first time after having hernia surgery, and it’s quite the post-surgery hilarity as he gets acquainted with just who she is.
“Did the doctor send you?” he asked, confused. “Man, you are eye candy. Whoa.”
It's like he's seeing his wife for the first time ever, saying she's the prettiest woman he's ever seen -- even asking if she's a model.
She introduces herself as his wife, and he is in complete disbelief.
“You’re my wife? Holy [expletive]. Dang. Whoo! … How long?” he asks. “Do we have children?”
“No yet,” she responds.
“Oh, man. Man, have we kissed yet?” he asked.
After a closer inspection of her face, he tells her that her teeth are perfect.
You’ll want to watch the full video, particularly the part where he notices the wedding ring he got her.
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