Guy leaves note for cheater’s boyfriend
After realizing the woman he slept with was taken, a guy finds a clever way to break the news to her boyfriend.
We foresee this relationship being flushed down the toilet.
After realizing the woman he slept with had a boyfriend, Redditor GldnUnicorn shared an image of a note he left for her significant other. He taped the note to the underside of the woman's toilet seat.
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“This chick just told me she has a boyfriend the morning after. Sorry to tell you like this, but I’d want to know if I was you. Sorry bro.”The Reddit user explained that he used a receipt and part of his “duct tape wallet” to fasten the note to the toilet. He also asked in the comments:
“You guys think I did the right thing trying to tell him? Or should I just have left him not knowing his girlfriend cheats on him?”
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What do you think -- did he do the right thing?
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Made up story or not I like the guy's intent.
If I was the BF and thought we were a couple only to find that note, I'd have to bail out.
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