A woman has shared her savage response to receiving a gift from her husband's new girlfriend.
The woman was shocked after being sent a pair of Tiffany & Co earrings in the mail and despite their value, she decided to immediately put them to a Facebook Buy, Sell and Swap group in the hopes of ditching them as quickly as possible.
She wrote that she had no desire to insert anything into any of "my holes", that have also been in hers (the girlfriend)".
"Selling these beautiful Tiffany earrings that my husband bought for his girlfriend before Christmas, it was quite the surprise when they were posted to me, with a darling little note explaining that they would look much better on me," she said.
"Well, duh. Nice one Captain Obvious. As much as a lovely gesture it was from the woman who has made my life Hell, I have no desire to insert anything into any of my holes, that have also been in hers.
"I’m sure chlamydia of the ear piercing isn’t a thing, so you should be safe. Although I highly advise a decent disinfect."
Funnily enough, the woman posted the earrings for $200, which she described as a "bargain" after finding out how much her husband paid for them.
"After a careful scouring of my husband’s bank accounts, I can confirm they were purchased in November and valued at $400 so you are getting quite the bargain," she wrote.
She then told whoever was keen to purchase the earrings that they are available for pickup and encouraged buyers to "bring wine".
Facebook users loved the post, with one writing, "What a sales pitch."
"This is gold," another added.
"Post of the day, you go girl," someone else wrote.
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