A man’s seemingly innocent text turned sketchy when a woman noticed a few curious details.
When you start seeing a man, you often hope that he will turn out to be as sweet, honest, and good-hearted as you have always dreamt of.
Although there are certain red flags in a relationship, those that are presented early on are sometimes overlooked because we are just so excited about the prospect of someone new.
A woman named Jess, who goes by @jsxhxa on TikTok, said she wasn’t so naive with one of her dates – she caught him in what seemed like a deal-breaking lie.
Posting to TikTok, she shared a phone conversation between herself and the man.
Jessica had sent a text to him that read: “I wish I could do that with you. Haven’t relaxed like that in forever lol.”
Replying to this message, the man wrote: “Your spot right here,” alongside a photo of his body in a large bed with an empty spot next to him.
Jessica zoomed in on the photo and revealed that beyond the bed was a television console with a metal “love” sign atop it, a very feminine touch of decor, in her opinion.
The sheets were also pristine and smooth – what she saw as another sign of a woman’s touch.
Jessica then showed herself with a sad-looking filter as the song Crazy by Pasty Cline played in the background.
She captioned the TikTok: “Just when I thought he was being cute. You can’t tell me this is a man’s room.”
Most commenters agreed with her:
“The white sheets were a tell-all. I ain’t never seen men with bedding!!” one person wrote.
“And no game console? Hmmm,” another added.
“That room gives me female vibes all the way,” wrote a third.
A fourth pointed out another giveaway in the corner of the image: “And a candle? Aw no.”
Others, however, were somewhat hopeful:
“Looks like an Airbnb to me,” one wrote.
“I would just assume he lives with his mum,” added a second.
And another said it’s possible a female friend helped him decorate: “Omg!! I bought my friend who is a guy a ton of stuff when he moved into his new house and he had to take it back because girls thought he had a wife.”
This article originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission