- A woman confessed to the internet that she is relentlessly cheating on her boyfriend
- She said she loved him but was not sexually attracted to him
- Social media told her she was disrespectful and should just leave him
A woman sought out advice from the usually supportive social media platform, Twitter, hoping to find a solution to her dramatic problem. @JackBatt confessed that she has repeatedly been cheating on her boyfriend. She agonised that she is not sexually attracted to her bae and has no desire to be with him.
She added that even though she doesn't’ want them to touch her, she still has undying love for him. To keep bae in the dark about her infidelities, she managed to convince him that she is just not interested in any kind of physical relationship with anyone.
Bae is still hopelessly in love and presumably unaware of what she’s been up to, and plans on proposing soon.
Although it seemed obvious what the solution was She asked social media for help on what to do, claiming that she loves him and still wants to make it work.
Unfortunately for her, the internet was in a particularly kind mood and immediately took bae’s side, saying if she loved him, she would have more respect for him. Twitter was completely, shook and surprised to realised that even ‘boyfriend’ has become a zone that men can get trapped in. They added that she was just trying to have her cake and eat it at the same time.
Others prayed that God would save their future-bae’s from the damage people who abuse their partner’s trust cause, while others argued that she must be with him for his money, even highlighting her Twitter biography which says, “money is the aim”.
Still attempting to be helpful, some Twitter users said that sexual attraction is vital to a relationship and that there was no point staying if the attraction was missing.
Another user Gloria Falco, offered some positive advice amidst the chaos of comments, saying that she is “too good to be a cheater” and should try to find someone with whom she is compatible.
@JackBatt wrote that she wasn't expecting so many insults from Twitter and was hoping for help instead.
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