It’s the modern love storey we’ve all heard before: boy meets girl online, they fall in love despite the distance between them, and one of them eventually gives up their life to be with the other.
That’s the scenario TikToker Hannah Ross found herself in earlier this year when she chose to relocate halfway around the world to Singapore.
Hannah claimed to have relocated halfway around the world for a man she met on the internet.
The UK-based personal trainer said in a popular video with over 338,000 views that she relocated her life for a man she met online.
Hannah, on the other hand, quickly regretted her decision once she arrived in Singapore.
The clip begins with her joyfully posing in front of her hotel room’s breathtaking view of the natural countryside, before cutting to a shot of her departing with a suitcase full of belongings.
“When you move to Singapore to meet the guy you’ve been chatting to for months…,” she explained.
She then sarcastically captioned the video: “Good things come to those who wait!”
One stunned viewer replied: “HE’S WHAT?”
Another added: “Be besties with the wife instead.”
“Holy noodles, that’s a twist,” said a third.
Meanwhile, a fourth person suggested a way for her to avenge herself.
“Take pictures of all your discussions and send them to his wife – this kind of guy doesn’t deserve a second chance,” they added.
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