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Women Praised For Efforts To Ensure Friend's Safety On Tinder Date

Lucy Devine

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Women Praised For Efforts To Ensure Friend's Safety On Tinder Date

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@leahgg2

Two women have been praised for going to extreme lengths in making sure their friend was safe on her Tinder date.

Posting a clip, TikToker @leahgg2 explained they "had to make sure she was safe" after the friend headed off to meet her date in a restaurant.

And other users are loving the idea, with many praising the two women for looking out for their friend.

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One impressed TikToker wrote on the video: "This is too good tho! :smiley::smiley: real friends right there :blush::blush:."

While another said: "I need friends more like this:sweat_smile:."

And a third added: "Where do I sign up for friends like these? :joy:"

They explained they needed to make sure their friend was safe (Credit: TikTok/@leahgg2)
They explained they needed to make sure their friend was safe (Credit: TikTok/@leahgg2)

Meanwhile a fourth commented: "YOU ARE QUEENS."

Others thought the idea was hilarious, with another adding: "I swear if these were my friends I would die laughing on the floor during the date, I mean who needs a boyfriend when you got these besties!!!"

"I WOULD HAVE BEEN LAUGHING ALL TIME IF I WERE YOU :sob::sob:," said another.

We love this idea!

People were loving the idea (Credit: TikTok/@leahgg2)
People were loving the idea (Credit: TikTok/@leahgg2)

In other dating and relationship news, we told you about the woman who reportedly asked her husband to pay her nearly $50,000 (£38,000) to have their child.

The woman's 34-year-old partner spoke about his partner's request on a relationships subreddit in a post which was titled: "She has asked me to pay her almost $50,000 to have our child, and I'm not quite sure what to do."

The man continued to explain how he and his wife are on the high-earning spectrum, earning more than $175,000 per year after tax (£133,000), and that they split financial living costs in half between them.

He explained how the pair discussed the financial side of her workplace maternity leave, with the man adding his wife was "very direct" about wanting to be compensated for the $50,000 that she would lose during her six months in growing and caring for their child.

One woman asked her husband to pay her nearly $50,000 (£38,000) to have their child (Credit: Alamy)
One woman asked her husband to pay her nearly $50,000 (£38,000) to have their child (Credit: Alamy)

You can read more on that story here.

Topics: Life, Sex & Relationships, TikTok

Lucy Devine
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