tiktoker's valentine's day gift featuring girls whose instagram photos her husband has liked


TikToker gives husband Valentine’s gift featuring girls whose Instagram photos he liked, sparking debate

Some viewers think the TikToker is a ‘legend,’ and others are calling her ‘insecure.’


Kahron Spearman


A viral TikTok video shows a woman putting together a Valentine’s Day package of pettiness like no other: a curated photo rundown of women’s photos her husband liked on Instagram. 

Posted by Gloria (@gr93la), her TikTok video shows her constructing various women’s photos that her husband has “liked” on Instagram and attached the actual images to sticks to a styrofoam brick. The photos stick up like Valentine’s Day flowers.

“I hope he likes it,” she says, pettiness dripping off her words like butter.


What did you gets get your man for Valentine’s Day ?😁 #fyp #valentinesday #messytiktok #couplegoals #crazy #fypシ

♬ Thru Your Phone – Cardi B

One user commented, “Well, he did like the pictures… pretty sure he’ll love the gift.” Right below, another quipped, “Imma need a bigger box.”

A commenter called the OP an “Icon. Legend. Inspiration.” Another wrote, “This needs A LOT more recognition.”

However, some believe her package represents toxicity and insecurity. 

One wrote of the Valentine’s Day project, “Tell me you’re petty without telling me you’re petty.” 

Another wrote that her gift showed she was “toxic and very insecure.”

One commented, noting that perhaps people needed to be mindful that “everyone’s relationship is different, and everyone has different boundaries.”

Stay tuned for a “part two,” as she replied to one of the comments, saying there would be a Valentine’s Day reaction video.

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