Comedian Pretends to Be IKEA's Couples Therapist

Comedian Pretends to Be IKEA's Couples Therapist

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Tara Bellucci
Feb 17, 2016

Shopping at IKEA can be a trying time in any relationship. Comedian Tyler Fischer poses as an official couples therapist, helping shoppers make it through the checkout still together.

Offering his credentials from the Kycklingköttbullar (that would be the IKEA name for chicken meatballs) University in Sweden, Fischer wanders around asking people if they've had any fights, rattling off faux statistics like 90% of couples break up before they hit the register. But not every relationship suffers at IKEA—this pair got married in one.

This isn't the first time comedians have pranked IKEA shoppers; last year, there were some fantastic fake reviews posted on products in store.

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