Comedian Amy Poehler once joked that Ikea is the Swedish word for "argument" so perhaps their new ad campaign makes perfect sense.
Allow us to introduce you to IkeaRetailTherapy.com, a tongue-in-cheek website that replaces the tricky Swedish names on Ikea's products with the top relationship questions and problems on Google.
For example, a built-in dishwasher formerly known as Betrodd, has been renamed: "My Girlfriend Won't Do The Dishes."
And their stainless steel frying pan, with a 25-year-guarantee, now dubbed: "How to Stay Married."
If you've ever Googled "How to Say I'm Not Interested"... wonder no more.
Ikea suggests their $4 dollar garlic press.
And finally, the furniture store has quantified "How Expensive Is It to Have Children" without saying a word by renaming their extendable bed.
New Ikea campaign replaces product names with hilarious relationship problems