Girl tests guys' loyalty to their girlfriends by hitting on them

Sydney Di Cola, who has 1.2 million followers on TikTok, has been conducting “loyalty

tests” on behalf of her followers.

The test is simple: she finds any

given guy’s Instagram account.

hits on him via direct message and

sees whether he will take the bait.

Di Cola says one girl was willing

to pay her $100 to carry out a

loyalty test on her boyfriend.

Upon receiving the boyfriend’s Instagram handle, Di Cola then messages him.

“If you played soccer, I bet you’d play goalie, cause you’re a keeper,” she writes him.

Though the boyfriend says the compliment

is unexpected, he returns it and asks

Di Cola whether she’s in college.

“Yea I am!” Di Cola responds. “You should

give me your [Snapchat handle] so we

can get to know each other better”.

When the boyfriend replies by apologizing for having a girlfriend, Di Cola, in turn, hints that he can always have her “on the side”.

The boy writes back “I guess” and

shares his Snapchat handle.

telling Di Cola to add him as a

friend only when he tells her to.

Di Cola’s post has since gone viral, receiving nearly 3 million likes and more than 7,000 comments criticizing the boyfriend

More From

  • Man breaks up with girlfriend over his daughter’s influencer career

    A dad is sparking a major relationship debate after sharing the “stupid” family conflict that caused him to break up with his girlfriend. The fight, which centered around the girlfriend’s attempts to make money as an Instagram influencer, was shared on Reddit’s AITA [Am I The A******] forum. In his post, the dad explained that his relationship issues began when his girlfriend became “jealous” of his teenage daughter.

  • Students stunned by landlord's generous act: 'There are good landlords too'

    A group of University of Leeds students were left at a loss for words after their landlord...returned their deposits and added an extra “bonus” as a thank you for keeping his house clean.On June 25, Maisie Gardner, a 22-year-old psychology student from Manchester.took to Twitter to share a heartwarming text conversation with her landlord John from Falham Properties.“As a thank you I have added a small bonus of £50 to each of your deposits making it £300...and now that shops are opening again I hope you’ll be able to buy yourselves something nice,” he wrote

  • Teenager discovers parents have been lying to him about deadly food allergies

    Some parents tell their children white lies while they’re growing up, but the parents of this Reddit user went too far.A 19-year-old posted on Reddit’s popular AITA (Am I the A**hole) forum to ask whether him cutting off communication with his parents...was too much of an overreaction to learning they had been lying to him for years.“For as long as I can remember, I have been allergic to several things: dairy, wheat/flour/gluten and legumes,” he wrote.“I was at my aunt’s house for my birthday party, and she made brownies for everyone,” he said.It turns out, the teen had eaten off of the plate with regular brownies, made with flour, instead of the gluten-free ones.His mom told his aunt to calm down because she had switched the plates when no one was looking.The teen dwelled on the incident before going to take a proper allergy test, where he discovered he wasn't allergic to anything.“I ... called my mother. She eventually admitted that she lied to me because she wanted me to be on a Paleolithic diet,” he said

  • Andy Cohen used this device to monitor his oxygen levels after testing positive for COVID-19

    Everything you need to know about the pulse oximeter, the "must-have" device that monitors your pulse and blood oxygen levels.