WHEN Taylor Swift introduced that she’d written ANOTHER album in 2020 final week, it despatched followers into complete meltdown – us included.
Taylor Swift launched her new album Evermore final weekCredit score: Taylor Swift
Unsurprisingly, Evermore was an prompt hit with followers when it dropped at midnight on the ten December – and it is even kicked off a hilarious development on TikTok.
Impressed by the one ’tis the rattling season, girls are getting again in contact with their first loves just like the character within the track.
However whereas Taylor’s track follows a deeply romantic narrative about misplaced love, these girls have been merely reminded why that they had damaged up with their exes within the first place.
Kicking off the viral “hometown hunni” development, TikTok user Coralline randomly began texting her ex-boyfriend the lyrics to the track and filmed his replies.
TikTok consumer Coralline kicked off the ‘hometown hunni’ development
She messaged her ex-boyfriend the lyrics to the ’tis the seasonCredit score: TikTok
This girl was shortly reminded of why she broke up together with her ex within the first placeCredit score: TikTok
He took her messages a bit too actuallyCredit score: TikTok
Out of nowhere, she messaged him: “We might name it even, you could possibly name me ‘babe’ for the weekend.”
Though the messages “confused the s**t” out of him at first, Corri’s ex then confessed that he’d missed her too and requested to fulfill by their previous spot. Awks.
When she instructed him that the “highway not taken appears to be like actual good now”, he mentioned: “I will not inform anybody.”
Considering it could be enjoyable to mess together with her ex, TikTok consumer Danielle Souza additionally jumped on the development – however shortly regretted it.
This TikTok consumer thought it could be humorous to ship her previous Tinder date the lyricsCredit score: TikTok
He assumed she was approaching to himCredit score: TikTok
After she instructed him to name her “babe”, the livid bloke replied: “Why the f**okay would I name you babe?” I’m not writing something down.”
And when she instructed him that she’s “staying at [her] mum or dad’s home]” and that the “highway not taken appears to be like actual good now”, he mentioned: “I am positive it does not contemplating there’s a blizzard exterior.
“We’re actually from the identical avenue so wtf are you speaking about??”
In the meantime, one other girl thought it could be humorous to ship the cryptic messages to a man she’d casually dated on Tinder.
Different blokes refused to put in writing something downCredit score: TikTok
Whereas this bloke took her messages a bit TOO actuallyCredit score: TikTok
Documenting his Snapchat replies on her TikTok page, the clueless bloke merely mentioned he “did not have a pen” at hand when she urged him to “write this down”.
And whereas Taylor Swift poetically ponders what might have been with the lyric “the highway not taken appears to be like actual good now”, the bloke hoped his ex was coming onto him with the message.
He wrote: “Am I the highway much less taken as a result of I haven’t got lots of intercourse?”
And sadly for Taylor Swift fan, Stephanie, she did not fairly get the enormous declaration of timeless love she hoped for when she texted her ex.
Misunderstanding what she meant by the “highway not taken”, Stephanie’s ex replied: “I believe there’s an accident on Deerfoot fml.”
College pupil Sarah Laterza additionally jumped on the development and captioned her video: “T Swift mentioned textual content the hometown boy you dangle with on faculty breaks so I did.”
After she instructed him “’tis the rattling season, write this down”, the bloke Sarah had casually been seeing mentioned: “I ain’t no scribe.”
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And this bloke purchased his girlfriend a pair of goalie gloves for Christmas because ‘she’s a keeper’ – and her face says all of it.
Plus scorned exes have shared the ‘crazy’ ways they found partners were cheating… from textual content mishaps to a VERY indecent proposal.