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Earrings / October 1, 2019

Pinterest may be the go-to website for wedding planning, but one New Jersey husband figured out the best-ever way to use it—even after he and his bride walked down the aisle. According to BuzzFeed, 29-year-old Jordan has been secretly following his wife, TyAnna, on the inspo app for the better part of their three-year relationship. And he's used the intel to get her gifts he knows she'll love—talk about dedication.

It all started on the couple's first date. Jordan had persistently asked TyAnna out throughout college, and she finally agreed to a first date on Valentine's Day. Jordan had no idea what to get her, and a mutual friend suggested he create a Pinterest account to see what she liked. "I had never even heard of [Pinterest] before, " he told BuzzFeed.

Nevertheless, Jordan created a generic account and figured out the basics, and he's been using it to adorably spy on his wife ever since. He even started following accounts and boards he knows she likes for inspiration whenever it comes time to exchange gifts. "She’s picky, and she likes things that tend to be small or I like to get things right the first time, " he said. Over the last three years, Pinterest has helped Jordan pick out a sapphire nose ring, lip glosses, and earrings for his bride—whom he wed in March.

The new frontrunner for world's-greatest-husband kept his recon work a secret until this past Saturday, when activist Deray Mckesson asked his Twitter followers "Is Pinterest still around? I've never figured out what to use it for, " and Jordan was inspired to share his helpful relationship hack with the world. "I have a secret account that follows my wife's, " he wrote. "She has no clue how I always get her what she wants." Naturally, the internet responded with a resounding "THAT IS SO CUTE" and "THAT IS SO SMART"—mostly in GIF form.

Safe to say Jordan just raised the bar for a lot of husbands out there—who probably all just created their own Pinterest accounts.