Woman reveals that she dumped her boyfriend after discovering a "photo of his ex" hiding under his pillow – only to discover that it was his mattress label
- Joi Rouncefield, from Manchester, revealed a story in the now viral Twitter thread
- Said she dumped her boyfriend after she noticed a photo hidden under his pillow
- Only later did he realize that the photo was not of his ex, but the label of the mattress
- Social media users were hysterical about the story, many called it & # 39; hilarious & # 39;
- One wrote that the Twitter post is their & # 39; favorite thing in the world & # 39; used to be
A woman revealed her horror after she dumped her boyfriend after she found a & # 39; hidden photo of his ex & # 39; had discovered under his pillow – to find out later that it was the mattress label.
Joi Rouncefield, from Manchester, unveiled on twitter that she had dumped her boyfriend after seeing the photo of a woman under his pillow and assuming it was his ex-girlfriend.
But she was stunned when he told her it was actually a photo on the label of his mattress.
Social media users remained hysterical about the story, and many called it & # 39; hilarious & # 39 ;.
Joi revealed that she was shocked to see a photo of a woman & # 39; hidden & # 39; under his pillow – but was shocked when she discovered that it was actually the label on his mattress
Joi Rouncefield, from Manchester, said she dumped her boyfriend after she had uncovered the photo under his pillow and assumed it was his ex-girlfriend (photo, with her boyfriend)
She shared the story in a now viral Twitter post and admitted she went out with her boyfriend about the label
In a Twitter post that has been liked since 29,000 times, she wrote: & # 39; If you have a bad day, remember the time I thought I found a photo of my friend's ex under his pillow and it broke up with him via essay, only for him to respond with a photo of his f ***** mattress label. & # 39;
In addition to the tweet, she shared a photo of the mattress label, on which a radiant blonde woman was hugged from behind by a man.
Joi further explained that she had only seen the left side of the image when the sheet on her friend's bed had been rolled up to reveal the photo.
She said: & # 39; We had not been on the road for long, literally everything was perfect and I was just starting to think you might know that this was actually The One. One night I woke up to turn my pillow around and caught a glimpse of a very, very, very happy woman. & # 39;
Joi said she was shocked to find her friend's hidden photo and then went out with him about the message
Joi revealed that she and her boyfriend were reunited after the incident, and are still together despite the confusion
In further tweets, she further said she assumed it was his former girlfriend who had died, so she told her mother and friends that she would end the relationship.
She said: & # 39; I wrote him a huge emo essay on how things might go too fast and wondered how we could solve it and if he needed time etc. Etc. & # 39;
She kept saying that after she sent the message, she stood in the shower and cried before returning to her phone and finding a photo of the mattress label.
Joi continued to reveal further details of the hilarious story, and admitted her friend rushed to her house & # 39; his head off smiling & # 39; after receiving the text
She said: & # 39; I want the floor to swallow me up and I thought it was that I really was a psychopath, kill me now. & # 39;
She said she didn't respond to the message, but her boyfriend came to her door & laughing his head off & # 39; and they reunited.
Other social media users lagged hysterically about the Twitter thread, some of which the & # 39; hilarious & # 39; called.
Social media users admitted that they had found the moment hilarious, with one comment: & # 39; I am telling this story to anyone who wants to listen & # 39;
One wrote: & # 39; My favorite thing in the world. & # 39;
While another said: & # 39; This is the first tweet I've read today and I'm done. Twitter now has nothing for me. & # 39;
Another added: & # 39; Not your best moment to say. & # 39;
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