Woman’s engagement called ‘next level trashy’ as her dating history is exposed

A woman has been slammed for mentioning her colourful dating history whilst announcing her engagement.

Taking to Reddit, someone posted a photo of a social media post and wrote alongside it: "Sloppy fourths."

The picture showed the woman's left hand wearing her new glitzy ring – but people were stunned by the caption.

Alongside the snap, the woman had written: "Curved him for four years, dated his best friend & brother. Had a baby by his cousin.

"He saw something in me, happily engaged (sic)."

Reddit users were quick to comment on the post, with one person describing it as "next level trashy".

Another person wrote: "Nah, this guy enjoys living on the cusp of disaster," while a third added: "Sounds like a mess."

A fourth commented: "I think the most trashy thing about this post is the phrase "sloppy fourths". You really expect your partners to be virgins? Come on."

Another wrote: "Very trashy. I'm a bit stuck on the 'curving' thing – what exactly does that mean?

"Like lead him on while f**king all his family and friends?"

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However, some people refused to believe that the post was real – as well as the diamond ring.

One wrote: "I believe this sort of thing happens but i can’t imagine someone sharing all that info in their engagement announcement post.

"Maybe i’m just optimistic, who knows."

Another person claimed they had seen the photo before and wrote: "Last time I saw this picture, the story attached was about being a side chick to a married man, and finally getting him to divorce and marry her instead."

The post comes after another woman took to Reddit to ask if she was an a**hole after she told her cousin that he was pronouncing his own child's name wrong.

The mystery woman said her cousin and his wife had given their son an Irish moniker, but corrected them on the pronunciation after meeting up with them recently.

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