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Man reveals his girlfriend dumped him after sharing wild sex confession online

Man reveals his girlfriend dumped him after sharing wild sex confession online

There are some things that should really be kept off the internet.

A man has confessed that he's been dumped by his girlfriend after sharing an absolutely wild detail about their sex lives online and going viral.

It all kicked off when the the man, who goes by the username u/TylerLife, went to the good people of Reddit for relationship advice. Already off to a bad start, I know.

Posting to the TIFU (Today I F***ed Up) subreddit, TylerLife said he was upset with his girlfriend of two years after she described the music he plays during sex as 'a major turn off'.

Explaining that he relies on certain songs to get a good rhythm going, he was left feeling awkward and 'a bit annoyed' when his partner finally confessed that she wasn't a fan.

"There are a few songs to my playlist. However there is one song in particular, which actually happens to be my favourite, that my girlfriend hates and says turns her off in a major way."

He added: "I thought this song was perfect and I always thrust along with the tune and feel it gives me the perfect rhythm for doing the deed to."

Any readers who sympathised with the Redditor quickly changed their minds when they had a listen to the song in question.

The poor girl was enduring sex to the tune of 'Cbat' by Scottish DJ Hudson Mohawke. You're probably wondering: 'How bad can it really be?' Well, have a listen for yourself:

Need I say more?

After the bonkers post made it to the top of Reddit's trending page, it was only a matter of hours before TylerLife's story went viral and spread across the likes of Twitter and TikTok.

'Cbat' by Hudson Mohawke quickly became a trending sound on TikTok, with users trying to figure out how the guy found a good thrusting rhythm.

The 11-year-old song even shot straight to the top of the US iTunes Electronic charts over the weekend. Ah, the internet!

DJ Hudson Mowhawke himself even joined in on the fun, making the song his 'Artist Pick' on Spotify, and adding the caption: "Stroke game..."

But the horror of it all doesn't stop there. Oh no, it gets worse.

After what must have been a pretty overwhelming weekend, TylerLife posted an update to his original Reddit post to let curious readers know how things had developed since the intimate details of his sex life went viral.

The Redditor wrote: "The attention hasn’t been exactly positive and this hasn’t been the best thing to happen for my relationship and it’s now sadly ended.

"I didn’t expect it to blow up so much, I should of used an anonymous name instead of my real name and our real ages."

Yep, it turns out that this guy had posted using his real name and age, and his girlfriends age, rather than posting anonymously, meaning it was only a matter of time before people put two and two together.

One guy's sex playlist has gone so viral that it ended his relationship.

"Unfortunately her younger sister recognised this and showed her parents who wasn’t happy at all and made the situation extremely awkward", he wrote.

"What made it more awkward, and cemented the fact that it was me, is that they recognised the song." As if you weren't cringing enough already!

In the end, Tyler confirmed that his relationship is over and he's "moving on".

However, being a great sport, Tyler has promised to share his full playlist to YouTube for anyone who was curious. We can't wait for that one!

Featured Image Credit: Igor Mojzes/Alamy Stock Photo/Antonio Guillem Fernández/Alamy Stock Photo

Topics: Sex and Relationships, Music