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Woman accidentally finds wedding website of man she’s been dating

Rhiannon Ingle

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Woman accidentally finds wedding website of man she’s been dating

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@ellenelizsmith / Pexels

Any singletons out there will know that the dating climate can be pretty rough at the best of times.

And, unfortunately for one woman, she found out in arguably one of the worst ways possible that the bloke she had been dating for nearly two months was cheating on her.

Ellen Smith, who goes by the handle @ellenelizsmith, took to TikTok to share the story of how she accidentally found the wedding website of a man she was dating for six weeks. Have a look:

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From submarining, bread-crumbing and even getting 'zombied' - we all know that navigating the weird and wonderful world of romance can sometimes be a right faff.

But it appears women all over have a whole lot more on their hands than simply getting 'vultured' or even getting stuck in the dreaded 'Ben stage'.

"If you're having a bad day, just remember that you could have accidentally found the wedding website of the man that you've been seeing for six weeks on Google," Ellen told viewers.

For those not in the know, a wedding website is a site engaged couples use to aid in planning and communication for their big day.

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She concluded: "So it could always be worse for you - not for me. Stay blessed," alongside captioning the TikTok: "Men are trash."

Ellen's video triggered a whole avalanche of responses from women who had experienced similar situations. Credit: TikTok/@ellenelizsmith
Ellen's video triggered a whole avalanche of responses from women who had experienced similar situations. Credit: TikTok/@ellenelizsmith

The short clip has since clocked up nearly half a million views on the platform with hundreds upon hundreds of comments from people eager to share their reactions to the bombshell reveal.

Many, shockingly, took to the comments to share their own personal anecdotes of similar experiences they've had with infidelity.

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One TikTok user penned: "I found the wedding website of my then husband while I was deployed."

A second revealed: "Not me finding the baby registry."

"Well I just had a baby last week and found out my husband has two-month-old baby," confessed third.

A fourth chimed in: "I was talking to a guy who told me he was going home for a wedding… it was HIS wedding."

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"How about finding the wedding website of the man you’ve been dating for six YEARS!" added a fifth.

A wedding website is a site couples often use to communicate details about their big day. Credit: Pexels
A wedding website is a site couples often use to communicate details about their big day. Credit: Pexels

Big yikes.

"Jesus… the comments…" echoed another. "I guess this is far too common."

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It sure seems it.

Many others wondered what Ellen's next steps were after uncovering the shocking information with one wondering: "OK, so how are you going to tell her? Because the mother effer needs to be exposed."

"Tell his mother," advised a second. "That’s almost worse."

A final TikTok user added: "You have to tell her. She deserves to know. TRUST ME, I KNOW."

Topics: TikTok, Wedding, Sex and Relationships, Real Life

Rhiannon Ingle
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