Within hours of the jokey post this week, it had more than 300 reactions with many women expressing their interest.
Rob, 33, even commented on it. He wrote: “Brilliant. Do I get my tea cooked too?”
Teresa, from King’s Lynn, Norfolk, became fed-up with Rob leaving smelly socks lying around the house and constantly teasing her.
He also repeatedly played her an “annoying and aggravating” video. She has misophonia, which means that she hates specific sounds, such as that of people eating loudly.
“I don’t want no money he is FREE. He is house-trained and toilet-trained. First to collect!”
Rob, who has a two-year-old daughter with Teresa, said: “She’s always telling me to do the washing up, cut the grass. She even cut up my football boots so that I wouldn’t play football.
“It was because I’d broken my leg twice though and I’m not supposed to run, so it was from a good place, really.”
Teresa admitted Rob, who is an insurance salesman and professional carpet cleaner, thought her post was funny and admires his “great sense of humour”.
“It gave a lot of people something to laugh at and it brightened up their day. I’m happy that our silly sense of humor made others laugh,” she added.