I am a fitness model – girls who want to date me must follow my strict rules
A FITNESS model has divided opinion after sharing the set of rules he expects potential girlfriends to follow.
Bodybuilder Jamie Goldie, 22, has joined the recent TikTok trend where people are revealing the do’s and don’ts they expect to be respected in a relationship.
However, not everyone agreed with the Edinburgh-based model’s beliefs and thought he was seen as insecure and controlling.
While others thought its rules were good as long as both parties agreed and followed them.
Jamie said: “Location must be on, either Snapchat or Find My Phone.
“Either I’m happy, but you have your position, no choice.
“I don’t really care about your passwords, I don’t really want your social media passwords, but I would rather have your phone password.
“You never know, maybe I should take a look at your phone.
“My friends, definitely not, I’ve been the friend, I know what’s going on.
“A shoulder to cry on is an ad**k to sit on, remember that.”
He added: “Social media, another single. You post me, I post you, you hide me, I hide you.
“The girls are wearing absolutely ridiculous clothes, but there’s nothing you can do about it.
“As long as it’s me who’s there at the end of the day.
“There are a few ground rules for me to be a boyfriend.”
Some people were furious with the rules and suggested she rethink her priorities.
One person said, “It’s called ‘trust’ and when you learn what it is, you can be a boyfriend.”
Another added: “Location and passwords big no no my ex was always suspicious of me but he was the one who cheated on me.
“Trust is earned, not freely given.”
But others agreed with Jamie’s thoughts and didn’t see a problem.
One supporter said: “I actually rate this
“It’s not control, it’s just respect.”
Another added: “I would expect that from a guy. I don’t know why people are excited about it.
“That would be my answer too. Limits and rules are a must.”
And one said, “Defo doesn’t see a problem as long as it’s both ways.”
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