Man Receives Rs 25,000 After GF’s Betrayal
Breakups can be incredibly painful because of the attachment and subsequent loss that occur when a relationship ends. When we form a deep connection with someone, we become emotionally invested in them, and the idea of losing that connection can be devastating.
Breakups can cause a range of physiological responses, such as increased stress and anxiety, which can exacerbate emotional pain. The end of a relationship can also bring up feelings of rejection, abandonment, and low self-worth, all of which can contribute to the intense emotional pain of a breakup.
But imagine this: You get a sum of money after the breakup, kind of like severance pay. Something similar happened with a man. He shared the unique idea on Twitter, and it has caught the attention of the internet. Have a look.
Man walks away with money from ‘Heartbreak Insurance Fund’ after gf cheated on him
A man revealed how his girlfriend’s infidelity earned him Rs 25,000.Prateek Aryan, a Twitter user, described how he and his girlfriend contributed Rs 500 each month to a joint account. Their deal was that whoever gets cheated on will get all the money deposited in what he termed the “Heartbreak Insurance Fund.”
“I got Rs 25000 because my girlfriend cheated on me. When Our relationship started we deposited a monthly Rs 500 each into a joint account during relationship and made a policy that whoever gets cheated on ,will walk away with all money. That is Heartbreak Insurance Fund (HIF),” Aryan wrote.
The tweet has gained a lot of traction. More than 2.98 lakh times have been spent watching it. The “Heartbreak Insurance Fund” concept captured the attention of online users, who were eager to try it.
People on the internet think it’s a great idea
“I tell this to my mom and she said “ladki ne socha hoga ke chal 25k deke chutkara paa leti hu” wrote a man.
“I was looking for investment options, and this seems to have great returns, anyone up for collaboration?” wrote another man.
Another man added, “I don’t know how you feeling rn so Congrats if you’re happy Or Sorry if you feel bad about getting cheated on.”
A woman had a great suggestion. She suggested if the two of you had been dating for about two years (25 months, to be precise) and had you decided to put Rs 500 into a joint account and ultimately earned Rs 25,000 for it.
A better strategy would have been to buy shares for each other and establish a rule that the victim of fraud receives the entire profit plus the principal amount and that the perpetrator of the fraud is responsible for any losses.
Assuming the person broke up today, the outcome would have been different if you had put all of that money into shares of Asian Paints Ke.In 2021, it was approximately 2410, and it is now 2832.If you multiply, you would have a risk of cheating premium (CRP).
A great idea indeed!
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