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A messy flat is not something to be proud of, nor should it be used as a barometer to gauge whether someone is suitable for marriage.
However, this was one man's ultimately flawed plan to actually test whether he should marry his girlfriend.
Introducing @VJBritemanLive, aka The Liveman, who felt that if his girlfriend tidied up his messy home he would consider her as genuine marriage material.
It didn't go well.
I invited my girlfriend for the first time ever at my place & I was extremely disappointed to be honest, she came t… https://t.co/AzDTJzFox5 — The Liveman 🇫🇷 (@The Liveman 🇫🇷)
His tweet soon went viral and people were more than happy to point out how problematic, unfair and sexist his plan was.
@VJBritemanLive Lol and I bet she left thinking damn I thought this one was husband material but if he thinks he ca… https://t.co/AIRYBOg1ow — Brooke (@Brooke)
He did later confirm that he did make the mess on purpose but didn't back down from his assertion that his 'test' was entirely justified.
Next time y'all visiting ya mans house make damn sure y'all clean it up, they could be testing y'all if y'all qualify to be wifed one day. ❤ — The Liveman 🇫🇷 (@The Liveman 🇫🇷)
Yet, is a satisfying plot twist he soon got his comeuppance after his girlfriend (who blatantly isn't on Twitter) was shown the tweet and promptly kicked him to the curb.
Some idiot somehow showed my gf this tweet and got dumped me immediately guess what I'm officially single. Congratu… https://t.co/VLgu32Czxw — The Liveman 🇫🇷 (@The Liveman 🇫🇷)
A collective sense of unity and celebration soon followed in the comments.
@VJBritemanLive Well will ya look at that, she /is/ capable of taking out the trash https://t.co/jgAeZWAI2S — Click on My Profile!! // $eulgi (@Click on My Profile!! // $eulgi)
HT Daily Dot
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