'Wifezilla' Solenn Heussaff, 'bullied husband' Nico Bolzico take to scenic Argentina | Inquirer Entertainment

‘Wifezilla’ Solenn Heussaff, ‘bullied husband’ Nico Bolzico take to scenic Argentina

/ 12:30 PM October 03, 2018

Image: Instagram/@nicobolzico

“Wifezilla” Solenn Heussaff and “bullied husband” Nico Bolzico recently jetted off to Argentina where the two have been reveling in its wonders since their arrival. But what seems to be most notable in their trip is their funny antics, which were a treat to their fans.

For Bolzico, the trip is more of a homecoming, as he himself is an Argentinian and grew up in Esperanza. The “bullying”, however, persisted, as seen in Bolzico’s recent posts.


He took to Instagram on Tuesday, Oct. 2, where he shared a picture of him and Heussaff in Puerto Madero. In the picture, the two can be seen smiling, with Bolzico wearing red-rimmed sunglasses.


As per Bolzico, he didn’t want to post this particular picture despite Heussaff’s pleas.

“My mouth looks weird and It looks like I am about to fart, there is no chance I am posting it, 100% no, negative, there is nothing that will make me change my mind, that picture will never be posted,” he narrated.


Being the bullied husband that he is, however, it only took five minutes before he gave in to Heussaff’s request and posted it on Instagram.

“In life, you need to choose your battles,” he said wisely. “But in marriage don’t worry too much, coz you’ll lose them all anyway!”

They also made their way to the salt plain Salinas Grandes in the province of Jujuy, where Bolzico was once again terrorized by Heussaff.


Bolzico shared on another Instagram post today, Oct. 3, that their first day in Argentina was nothing short of happy. On the second day, however, he started to run into some challenges when hunger struck the wifezilla.

“The day two was a bit more challenging, managed to keep same levels of happiness but using more resources, we found out that there is a positive lineal correlation between the wife moods and the amount and quality of food offered in that day, in short, if she is hungry you will be unhappy.”


In the picture, Heussaff appeared to be lecturing Bolzico, who was standing in the distance, making it look as if he was on her hand.

“We all agree and empower the saying created by one of the first #BulliedHusbandsClub back in 1340 BC, ‘Happy Wife, Happy Life,'” said Bolzico. “But we, the contemporaneous #BulliedHusbandsClub created a new saying as guidance to our members ‘Gutom na Wife, Patay na Life.'”

They also had a silly, although rated-PG, moment in the hills of Cerro de los Siete Colores. In the picture, Bolzico can be seen climbing on the rocks while Heussaff held on to his jeans and briefs for dear life, thus partially exposing his left buttock.


“Go [hiking] with your wife, it will be fun they said!” Bolzico wrote today. “#StopZoomingInMyButt.” JB


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