This engaged couple have a free pass in their relationship, where once a month they get a hall pass on Tinder.
A girl has revealed their antics, after falling for the guy and his Tinder tricks.
He works with primary school kids, has a six pack, and cries during sad movies.
What a catch.
She met up with the fella, who she believed to be called ‘Lucas’. After falling for his charm, she ended up having sex with him, and was looking forward to a second date.
Then he messaged her.
Yup. Him and his wife to be are allowed to sleep with one stranger a month, so long as they don’t contact them again.
Rules are rules.
The girl who fell for it is hiding her identity, but wanted to bring it forward so that other people don’t fall for the same trap.
He told me on Tinder he would really like to meet me. He talked about his job in a primary school and and his hobbies. He was polite and respectful. I didn’t get the feeling he was anything other than he said he was.
We met at a pub in London, he seemed nice, though nervous and awkward.
It was a fun evening, I got no suspicion he was lying, he seemed really genuine.
We went back to mine. After he left I went to sleep. When I woke up at 6am the next morning I saw his message. My first thought was Oh My God, what an idiot. I was so angry. Then I owned the rage. I went to work in heels and full face make up, which I never do.Advertisement
His reply seemed well rehearsed, and very rude. And the line about ‘rules are rules’ was as if he thought he was acting like a man of principle.
He’s probably done this to lots of women. I want to warn other ladies to avoid Lucas from Bermondsey.
It’s a bit of a mad setup, really. Lots of couples are into open relationships and swinging and all of that jazz. It’s fine, it’s up to them, and if they’re both happy then it’s cool. But to have a completely fake personality and even a ‘Tinder phone’ to lie to people seems a bit harsh.
It’s not something I would want in a relationship.