In the post, she claimed that she texted a man to ask what he was doing, and he said he was “watching the Olympics with the boys” and that he’d see her the next day.
Moments later, she zoomed in on the photo he sent her, noting a wine glass in the reflection of a feminine cabinet, what appeared to be a woman’s leg, and some fresh pink flowers. There was also a typically female-centric “Chanel” book on display on the shelf.
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“Do I have dumb written on my forehead?” @callhermeganmarie asked in her caption.
The post quickly blew up and has since garnered more than 3 million views. Commenters berated the man in question.
“Who gave men the audacity to be so painfully unaware of themselves,” one said.
“They always think they’re so smart,” another wrote.
“I’m sorry you’re dealing with betrayal, but this is incredibly funny,” a third joked.
She said she hadn’t cut contact with the man. In fact, they went on a date after the post blew up.
“We were both joking about it,” she added. “He’s not a piece of trash like everyone was saying. It’s just funny.”
Who knows, perhaps the relationship can be salvaged from the halls of viral infamy. Just don’t ask any of the scorned lovers who have been through similar trials, thanks to the anti-cheating TikTok trend.
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