TRUST is one of the cornerstones of a successful relationship.
But no matter how much faith we think we have in our partner, sometimes we can go down a rabbit hole of doubt and worry.
One woman on TikTok, who goes by @SydneyHummell, shared why she began questioning her man’s loyalty—and boy, was she proven wrong.
“Picture this: 6:38 at work. I get a text. I’m added to a group chat with two numbers I do not know. And the number texts and says, ‘Hey, how’s Bill?” My boyfriend,” she began.
Wondering who this person might be, Sydney added the nameless number to her contact list, went on Snapchat’s “Add contact” feature, and discovered that the person’s name was Samantha.
So, she did what any concerned girlfriend would do: she called the number.
“The voicemail verifies that the name of the person texting me, asking about my boyfriend, is Samantha.
"Deep f****** breaths because I’m immediately hyperventilating,” Sydney continued.
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Imagining that she was about to break up with her boyfriend thanks to his apparent cheating, she left work and came up with a plan.
“I get home, he’s still at the gym. I’m planning out for myself how I’m going to do it.
“Because I’m like, if I’m getting cheated on, I’m going to go out with grace and prove that I am the best f****** thing that’s ever happened to this man.”
She decided she would be cleaning the kitchen as he walked through the front door. She would have her back to him and simply ask, “How’s Samantha?”
“To which he was probably going to lie, that was my assumption.
“To which then I would go, ‘Pack a bag and get out of my house.’ And that was it, I was literally not going to continue the conversation beyond that.”
Once the boyfriend would leave the house, she said: “I would have my inevitable mental breakdown after my two-and-a-half-year relationship just apparently ended.”
Contemplating the plan, she grew nervous, shaky and nauseous.
“And then all of the sudden I get a text message in this group chat,” she said.
“And it turns out it was one of my future clients who I met this past weekend, who we made a joke about this situation.
“And we said, ‘When I want to book, I’m just going to text you saying, ‘How’s Bill?’”
Sydney felt relieved. Her boyfriend hadn’t done anything wrong after all.
“He’s upstairs right now playing 90s music, dancing with our cat, and he’s making us dinner,” she concluded.
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