Using a photo taken with an ex in your Tinder profile often involves some awkward cropping.
And that’s exactly what 20-year-old Brianna Boyce did when she joined the dating app.
But while she was swiping through potential future partners, she came across her ex Adrian, 21, whom she discovered had done exactly the same thing.
Finding it hilarious, Brianna, from Oklahoma, snapped a screenshot and put it side-by-side with hers.
She then posted it on Twitter, explaining that they were both still friends and there were “no hard feelings”.
At least, that’s what she thought.
Her tweet went viral, receiving more than 14,000 retweets and 51,000 likes.
Unsurprisingly it was spotted by Adrian, who didn’t take too kindly to her lighthearted post.
He tweeted a pretty scathing reply which trumped Brianna’s tweet big time, notching up more than 225,000 retweets and 722,000 likes.
It said: “We broke up because you always lied and wanted your ex back (We’re not friends).” Wow.
Twitter users were quick to comment on Adrian’s harsh comeback, with one writing: “Where is her GofundMe? I would like to donate for burn treatment.”
Many posted amusing memes to reflect the way Adrian completely took down his ex.
Though some weren’t impressed, with one tweeting: “Congratulations man! You can take a harmless joke and use it to publicly tear someone down!! Way to make guys everywhere look bad!!”
Brianna told Cosmopolitan she was shocked by Adrian’s reaction, explaining: “We were friends before all of this happened, so I thought he would think it was funny, just like I did.”
Speaking about their split, she added: “I’m not perfect, but neither was he. We both had insecurities and faults in the relationship and that is ultimately what caused the break up.
“I would never publicly blast him on anything he did wrong in our relationship and I still won’t.”
Brianna said Adrian has since admitted he “felt bad” about his tweet and apologised, but that doesn’t change the fact that she felt “completely disrespected”.
Though she added that she is not one to hold a grudge.
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