Woman hilariously edits Insta photos with exes and goes viral

Woman hilariously edits Insta photos with exes and goes viral

- A woman has gone viral on social media after changing the captions of photos she took with her ex-boyfriends.

- She explained that she wanted to be more honest about what happened in each relationship.

- Social media users were amused by the funny posts

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Rosie from Singapore has hilariously edited her Instagram snaps with her exes. She left the original caption but added an explanation of why the relationship ended. In one amusing post, the 22-year-old had captioned a photo with her ex:

“Like if you think I can do better”

She has since added: “He broke up with me through Facebook Messenger so yes, I can do better” to the post.

She posted screenshots on Twitter and has gone viral as well as social media users appreciated her sense of humour.

Twitter user grtrthn said:

"I truly appreciate this!! I don’t want to delete my IG photos of my exes bc they’re a part of my life, but I can EDIT them to show what I’ve learned and how I’ve grown. Thanks girl"

Nrkhaaalijah said:

"All i can say is, you are strong girl cause still can manage to look on u guys picture and still have it even tho u guys not together anymore. Because if its me..nah, I'm crying like a river already. Im weak"

Xo_rxchel said:

"Girl you're not alone. Mine broke up with me though text while i was in labor with our child"

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CarolinaJaxn said:

"My ex broke up with me because he said our relationship was toxic and he didn’t have have feelings for anyone else but he end up dating someone else after a week he broke up with me. He was cheating on me for a year and he had 3 Instagram accounts"

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