- Gloria, a woman from TikTok, was peeved by how her husband loves liking other women's photos on Instagram
- Instead of getting him a gift for Valentine's Day, she printed all the ladies' photos and handed them to him
- Then, she wrapped them in a box and waited to see his reaction
Rules of engagement when it comes to relationships and marriage are clear cut.
The biggest pet peeve for some women is a man who camps on many other ladies' Instagram photos.
True or true?
A lot of girlfriends and wife argue that a man who always likes other women's photos has no sense of loyalty. That is debatable.
A lady presumed to be from the US knew she was petty and was not about to take the high road.
She prepared a gift for her man during Valentine's Day and made sure it was something he would never forget.
Instead of the usual flowers, perfume, socks combo, she decided to send him photos.
But not his photos or hers for that matter.
The woman identified as Gloria posted a TikTok video of herself handing over a wrapped goodie to her man.
Inside it was a collection of women's photos.
Some of you are wondering why? Well, Gloria noticed her hubby had a tendency of hitting like on those ladies' photos so what better way to celebrate the day of love?
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that while the majority of relationships fail to last this long these two have managed to keep a High School Valentines moment alive and well for over a decade.
Identified as @Robot_Boii, one man revealed that his teenage bae had received a teddy from him all those years ago.
Amazingly, the lovely young lady still owns the adorable little teddy and they posted throwback photos to prove it:
"So My High School #Valentines said she STILL has the Teddy I got her in 2010. I, therefore, start a #ValentinesChallenge"
The adorable throwback revealed she had kept his gift all these years. Image: @Robot_Boii Source: Twitter The post quickly went viral and many feel that this kind of loyalty deserves an engagement ring.
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