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Guy Goes Viral After ‘Selling Ex-Fiancée’s Wedding Dress’ With ‘Rude’ Description

Credit: Facebook Marketplace

A guy has gone viral on TikTok after ‘selling his ex-fiancèe’s wedding dress’ with a ‘rude’ description. 

The bloke, who is believed to be from the UK, reportedly put the gown on Facebook Marketplace and titled it: “Wedding dress – size fat’.

The item, which was reportedly priced at a mere £5, had a lengthy description which labelled it ‘quite chavvy’ and ‘cheap’.

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The wedding dress description.
The guy has gone viral on TikTok after ‘selling his ex-fiancèe’s wedding dress’ with a ‘rude’ description. Credit: Facebook Marketplace

It read: “Would fit the larger lady, quite chavvy in style so would suit a cheap slapper.

“I had a lucky escape, so it’s brand new, which is more than can be said for the intended wearer’s well-worn vagina.”

It concluded: “It’s a size 12 I think – she was prone to lying so it’s possibly a 14/16.”

Over on TikTok, the description has been shared multiple times and many people have taken to the comments and said the bride had a ‘lucky escape’.

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“This says more about him than it does her,” one commented.

Another added: “Somehow, I think she’s the one who had the lucky escape.”

Pitching in, a third said: “I think it’s a beautiful dress she’s probably the lucky one to get out of the relationship.”

“He needs to work on his marketing,” a fourth TikToker joked.

Others took to the comments and slammed the guy for his description of the wedding dress and its size.

“I feel attacked if that’s size fat?” one viewer fumed. “Mine must have been a size whale. She looked gorgeous in it as well. Hope she’s doing well now.”

In agreement, a second said: “Noooo, but she looked stunning. I’m glad she didn’t marry him.”

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