Years ago, in local newspapers, there was a popular comic called, "There Oughta Be a Law". It was funny, and popular, because it was so true to life. Drawn and written by Jimmy Hatlo, the comic was established in 1944 and was published until the 1970s.
The main character in the comic was a guy named "Tremblechin", who, along with his wife, would be involved in day to day activities that aggravated one or the other. Readers related to many of the characterizations because they were incidents that they experienced themselves.