Husband's 'trashy' note to wife over Christmas present sparks debate

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A husband's note telling his wife that her Christmas present depended on how many times she had sex with him has sparked a heated debate online.

The unnamed woman shared a photo of a jar filled with US$20 bills online, with a note taped to the front which read: "Every time we f*** I owe you $20. So your Christmas gift depends on you LOL."

a photo of a jar filled with US$20 bills posted on reddit
A woman posted a photo of a jar filled with US$20 bills online before it was shared. Photo: Reddit

The photo was then shared on multiple threads on Reddit, with one person posting it with the caption: "Definitely trashy."

The note - signed by hubby Tizzy - didn't sit well with plenty of people, as the thread was flooded with hundreds of comments.

"Paying your girlfriend to f*** you definitely isn't a sign of a healthy relationship," one person noted.

"Sad cringe," another commented.

"Sooooo he made his woman a prostitute?" was another response.

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The man joked that his wife's Christmas present depended on how many times they slept together. Photo: Getty

Others however had no issues with the note, with many pointing out that it's up to each couple to spice up their own relationship.

"What two consenting adults do in the comfort of their own homes," one person wrote.

"Sounds like a fun couple," another said, noting: "And it's pretty tame compared to the s*** I've seen or heard about."

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