A new TikTok trend has users sharing the “craziest” ways they’ve discovered they were being cheated on.
The trend started on Nov. 27 when user Mandi Kay Bowles asked her followers the question, “What is the craziest way you guys found out that somebody was cheating on you?” https://fotaali.medium.com/i-asked-1-7-million-people-about-remote-work-heres-what-they-said-948c250cf9f
Of course, Bowles had a crazy story of her own to share. A few years ago, she was dating a guy and noticed that his responses during conversations “were not really making sense.” She called him out on it, and of course, he denied acting strangely.
However, when Bowles’ ex came over to hang out, she noticed that he was wearing a sweatshirt she didn’t recognize. Even worse, when she went to hug him, she noticed a “very long, hot pink synthetic hair” that clearly wasn’t hers. Later, she got a DM from a girl she’d never met before who sent a photo of her boyfriend and screenshots of their conversations and asked her, “Is this your man too?”
In the comments, people had their own equally dramatic stories to share.
“Pulled up next to them at the stop light,” one person revealed. “Truly traumatic.”
“His 4-year-old daughter told me she was having a new brother,” another said. (YIKES!)
“His mom told me,” a third commented.
Many users have made their own videos to participate in the emerging TikTok trend, exposing their exes in the process.
One user named Brittany revealed in a now-viral TikTok that she found out a guy who she’d been seeing for three years was cheating when he gave her a very specific type of UTI caused by E. coli in her urine.
“I was like, ‘There’s no way, I’m always clean.’ Well, turns out my boyfriend actually didn’t go to the gym; he was having sex with another man,” she explained. He had sex with her immediately after having sex with another man, which gave her the UTI.
This time of year, any warm days can seem like something of a gift. We’ve got another today, with temperatures as much as 10 degrees above normal. This warm spell isn’t set to last much longer, as air off the ocean is set to invade tomorrow. Then there’s a cold front on the way. https://aam.org.ar/erw/Eur-Fi-Awa-livetv13.html
(Saturday): It’s another warm day. Normal highs are now in the mid-50s, believe it or not! We see a lot more clouds overhead than the none yesterday, but they should mainly be high level. Highs end up in the mid-60s. Winds are light from the northwest. Confidence: Medium-High
Tonight: Winds are turning to come more from the northeast with time. That should help lower-level clouds develop as air increasingly is coming into the area off the ocean. With clouds around, lows are fairly uniform in the mid-40s. Winds are light. Confidence: Medium-High
Tomorrow (Sunday): We’re trending cooler and perhaps more damp as we close in on this one. With a storm system approaching from the west, a warm front develops in the region and probably stays to our south through the day. Highs are in the 50s, and a couple of showers or some drizzle is possible by late in the day. Winds are out of the east and northeast around 5 mph. Confidence: Medium
Tomorrow night: As the storm system passes to our north, a cold front approaches, bringing a chance of showers through the night. Temperatures probably don’t drop much from during the day — perhaps toward 50 — but they could head below that toward sunrise as the cold front arrives. Confidence: Medium
A look ahead
The cold front continues passing the region Monday. We may have a couple of showers, especially early in the day. Skies should try to clear with time, but we’re nearing the earliest sunsets of the year, so it has to happen fast. Highs are in the 50s. Confidence: Medium
Coming off lows near freezing outside the Beltway, there’s wall-to-wall sunshine Tuesday. It’s on the cool side, with highs heading to the upper 40s or around 50. Confidence: Medium
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