A DELUSIONAL bloke told an ex-partner she “wasn’t the first girl” to claim he gave her chlamydia – but insisted there was NO WAY she could have caught the STD from him.
The baffled woman told him: “You’re my most recent unprotected hookup and I most definitely have chlamydia from it”.
The man then goes on to say: “Well I haven’t had any symptoms for a year so that’s pretty hard to believe”.
Chlamydia, which famously has no symptoms for most, is a sexually transmitted disease.
Sufferers can end up with long-term health problems including pelvic inflammatory disease, reactive arthritis and infertility.
A photo of the ex-lovers’ cringe-worthy Snapchat conversation was posted on Reddit, to the thread r/Trashy which promises: “Trashy stories, trashy glamour, all things fake, plastic, and downright trashy, low-class, no-class, white trash, bimbos, and damn proud.”
The incredulous woman assures him she’s not angry – just that he should get tested as all evidence points to contracting the infection from him.
But he really takes the biscuit when he tells her: “[You’re] not the first girl to come up claiming I gave [chlamydia] to them when I didn’t,” adding that he doesn’t care.
THE PAIR’S CONVERSATION IN FULL
- Woman: ‘I go get tested after each new person, and you were my most recent new unprotected hookup and I most definitely have chlamydia from it,’ she wrote apparently on an unidentified dating app’
- Man: ‘Oh’
- Woman: ‘No comment?’
- Man: ‘Well I haven’t had any symptoms for a year so thats pretty hard to believe’
- Woman: ‘Ok well just telling you bc that’s the results and literally haven’t slept with anyone else and got checked before you so. Also I’m not upset or anything but like ya just so you know lmao’
- Man: ‘Not the first girl to come up claiming i gave it to them when i didnt so i could care less’
- Woman: ‘Think what you want but getting checked is really easy and could protect you in the future ‘
Users flocked to the comments to berate the STD-denying man.
Many pointed out his unusual comment about symptoms reads like he knew he had the infection – or had it at least once before.
One person wrote: “He ‘hasn’t had any symptoms for a year’ …meaning he did at some point.”
Another added: “Also “I haven’t had symptoms for a year” means he knows he’s had it recently and he keeps giving it to girls and he can’t even lie about it well.
“This is why casual sex freaks me out. Idiots like these. I know there are people out there lying about getting tested or being clear.”
Another user put rather poetically: “If it starts smelling of s**t everywhere you go it’s time to check your own shoes”.
Others pointed out the hilarity of his multiple accusers, writing: “You’re now the 12th girl to mistakingly [sic] accuse me of giving them chlamydia, I mean when will all the lies end?!”
Another wrote: “All these feeeeeemales keep claiming I gave them chlamydia, which I did have at some point but if I keep denying it, I won’t have it anymore, even though I never get tested, but that’s enough for me and it should be enough for you.”
While the comments section was also full of people pointing out this never would have happened if the pair had simply used a condom, others were quick to add that Chlamydia is quite famously without symptoms.
And the general consensus amongst the Redditors was awe at the woman’s calm and collected nature throughout the conversation.
CHLAMYDIA: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
- Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection that’s possible to cure – but sadly, spotting the symptoms isn’t always easy
- In Britain, chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections, as it is bacterial, it can be treated after diagnosis
- The best way to protect yourself from the health problem is to use condoms during sexual intercourse
- In the majority of cases, people with chlamydia don’t notice any symptoms at all
- The NHS outlines some warning signs to look out for…
- pain when urinating
- unusual discharge from the vagina, penis or rectum
- in women, pain in the tummy, bleeding during or after sex, and bleeding between periods
- in men, pain and swelling in the testicles
- If you notice any of these symptoms, it’s advisable to visit your local GP or a sexual health clinic – to diagnose the sexually transmitted infection, medical professionals may carry out a urine or swab test
- It can be treated with antibiotics, which may be prescribed in a course of tablets or for single use