Every relationship has unspoken rules, right? You have to text your significant other when you’re heading for a night out. You can’t flirt with any of your significant other’s friends. And you definitely can’t sign up for Tinder, Grindr, or whatever online dating app you can think of while you’re dating.
These rules are fine, and they apply throughout the entirety of your relationship. But then there are some people who just HAVE to put their rules into writing.
Here’s the story of a guy headed out for a trip to Magaluf, and the 10 rules his girlfriend has written out for him.
Before Kieran Lumsden went off to his trip to Magaluf on the Spanish island of Majorca, his girlfriend, Whitney Travers, just had to give him a written list of rules that he MUST obey.
Whitney’s rules for Kieran’s Trip to Magaluf.
Make sure your phone is charged at ALL times! Phone me at least once a day (2 mins)
No girls whatsoever. Don’t look. Don’t talk. Do not touch!!!!!! (Cheat and I will destroy everything Celtic, I will also make your life a living hell. Kim will be told too.
Do not follow girls on social media
Tattoo = naw. You’ll be checked when home.
Don’t mix drink. Drugs are for mugs.
If on boat party, no drinking games with the opposite sex.
Stay in your own bed.
Dinny buy girls drink. That money can be spent on me.
Text Kim every day. She’ll be worrying.
You tell every girl about me ok – if someone flirts, walk away.
No photos with random girls or SC stories.
And what does Keiran have to say about all this?
Well he jokingly tweeted:
“Whitney took psychoness to a new level??”
What’s your take on this one? Is Whitney the psycho control freak every man dreads to date? Or are her demands reasonable, minus the slightly juvenile format? Let us know on the comments section below!
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Mandy's daily routine usually ends with her picking up Zachary at his preschool. However, she was surprised to find him complaining about rashes on his feet and itchy eyes that one fateful day. Thinking it was just some skin irritation, the family shrugged it off. But it wasn't until the next day that they regretted that decision after they found out that the little boy’s body was already covered in rashes.