People Are Convinced Woman's Match Is A Cheat After Spotting Bedroom Details
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Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@ jsxhxa
Online dating is hard enough already, but add in the amount of people using these platforms to cheat and it gets even worse, as one woman may have found out.
Posting to her account @jsxhxa, TikTok user Jess shared a video showing a conversation between herself and a Tinder match.
During the conversation the unnamed match sent a picture of his bed. Looking at the picture Jess noticed something she thought seemed a little out of place.
Watch the video here:
The decorative 'love' sign has Jess and her viewers convinced that the match may be hiding something and that he could already have a girlfriend.
"Your spot right there, in between him and his other girl" Joked one user in the video's comments.
Others commented other things they'd noticed in the video.
"The white sheets were a tell all I ain’t never see men with white bedding!!" Added one viewer.
Another wrote: "And no game console? Hmmmmm"
Chiming in with their view one viewer thought the whole setup felt off, commenting: "not just the ‘love’ the bed sheets, no console, the plant too, and most importantly…. THE BED WAS NEAT"
Pointing out this was ultimately stereotyping, one person wrote: "I'm a dude who loves cute decor like that, so there's a chance he might too. alway communicate your anxieties in ur relationships bro. you got this."
Others suggested that perhaps this just isn't his room: "Maybe it’s his moms guest room" wrote one.
While another suggested that the room "looks like a hotel room tbh."
"Omg!! I bought my friend who is a guy a ton of stuff when he moved in to his new house. And he had to take it back Because girls thought he had a wife" wrote some else, proving that perhaps the man wasn't a cheater after all.
Whether or not the unidentified man is a cheat, one thing's certain and that's clips popularity.
The clip's been seen over 763k times, and has received hundreds of comments.
Well, what do you think about the video? Suspicious or not?
Topics: Sex and Relationships, Tinder, TikTok