Man Refuses To Share Chocolates With Fiance, Locks Them In Fridge

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An infuriated woman took to Facebook to put out a rant post accusing her fiance of getting a fridge safe in order to protect his chocolates from would-be bride.

Written By Richa Mukherjee | Mumbai | Updated On:

They say matches are made in heaven, well certainly this match isn't. A rather infuriated woman took to Facebook to put out a rant post accusing her fiancé of getting a safe from their fridge in order to protect his chocolates from the hands of his would-be bride.

Fiance devises method to protect his chocolates

Recounting her misery, the woman, Stacey Lowe went on to narrate the incident whereby her fiance had bought a safe for their fridge so as to protect his precious chocolates from being devoured by her. She wrote

"So this is what it has come too! You buy a house together, have a child together, get engaged, are planning a wedding and doing your house up and this happens! Dave goes and buys a fuckin fridge safe because he's an arsehole and doesn't want to share his chocolate with me anymore! Anyone want him? Surely this is breakup material right?! Prick!"

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Netizens reactions pour in 

The post evoked myriads of emotions, while some netizens sympathised with the heartbroken soul. Through their comments they expressed how married life brings with it responsibility and a feeling of mutual understanding and sharing. 

 “I’m gonna put my turkey and cheese in here,” commented a facebbok user “I’d never use this to lock any type of food up from a spouse or my child,” wrote a third. “This is what married life is like... think about your decision long and hard,” commented a fourth. 

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However there were also many who were highly impressed and sought in it a lucrative method to protect their food from their respective partners. 

"I should get one" said one facebook user, "He’s also thinking of you and your figure" expressed another. 

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