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GUY USES GF’S ONLINE SHOPPING ACCOUNT TO SEARCH FOR ‘TOYS’

A guy shared a story of how he once decided to get his girlfriend who is now his ex-girlfriend into trouble with the mother by using her online shopping account to add all types of ‘toys’ into her shopping list.

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He meant it as a joke but it apparently backfired on him as his then girlfriend did not seem to be pleased with what he did and made him her ex.

Here is the story

“This story happened quite some time back and honestly I was am quite embarrassed about it now then I think back.

I had been with this girl for like 6 months previously and we were super comfortable with each other and the relationship was going great.

We liked to prank each other a lot from time to time. She will do stupid stuff to me and I will do stupid stuff to her.

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One day I got the bright idea to add a bunch of… interesting items to her “shopping list” on one of her online shopping accounts. It was like 30 or 40 different items of ‘toys’.

Whatever ‘toys’ you could think of, it was all there on her ‘shopping list’.

I thought to myself this is gonna be great.

I knew that she was sharing the account with the mother and I wanted to see how embarrassed she would feel if her mother had saw the ‘shopping list’.

She managed to see the list before her mother saw it and deleted it but the worst part is that because of the search history, the shopping website would continue to recommend products to her constantly so the mother eventually saw all of the ‘toys’ appear on the ‘for you’ page.

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It was because of this that I never could bring myself to meet her mum and we are no longer together I think because of that.

Anyways lesson learned kids.”

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