After breaking up with an ex, many people would probably consider blocking them on social media, but a TikToker from Germany took things to a whole new level by claiming she faked a wedding to get back at her ex.
The woman who goes by the username @dieschaklin shared a video of herself with the caption, "Remembering the time I faked my own wedding and had a professional photoshoot so he would reach out."
She is seen putting her hands in her face before photos from the 'wedding' begin playing in a slideshow, revealing what appeared to be an intimate wedding with just her, her 'husband' and a celebrant.
"Worst part is he watched my story and still didn't reach out," she wrote.
Viewers were shocked by the effort she went to, just to make her ex want to get back in touch with one user writing, "Not me feeling good right now because I know there are crazier women out there..."
"Why would he reach out on your wedding day?!" another questioned.
"Should've done an engagement shoot lol, once the wedding happens it's too late," a third said.
"What were you gonna say if he reached out? What was the plan?" someone else said.
One woman said she did the same thing, but had a different outcome. "I did this, and he actually reached out and 'stopped the wedding' and asked me to marry him. All it takes is the right amount of crazy, ladies."
Others pointed out the fact she didn't even have a ring on her finger, so that may have been the reason why.
"Why would this make him reach out, he probably looking at those pictures like, 'Oh damn, good for her,'" one person wrote.
"Wait, how embarrassing and crazy you must look when he finds out it's not real," another added.
"This has potential to be the best TikTok of all time," someone else wrote.
"The horse is a paid actor," another person joked, referencing the horse the woman is posing with in one photo.
While some couldn't believe she went to such lengths, many people did agree that she looked great in the snaps.
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