A husband and wife who shared the three rules they imposed on each other were amazed at the reaction they received.
The US’s Jaden and Andy McGrew – whose names are jadeandandy on TikTok – went viral after posting about the “controversial” edicts on the social media platform.
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The three rules were that the couple would share their location with each other “24/7”; that they “share all passwords and have no secrets” and that “hanging out alone with the opposite sex” is not on.
The rules sparked much discussion on TikTok, with viewers divided on whether they were overly strict.
“Why the last one when you all trust each other so much?” asked one fan.
“The third one is funny how no friends for my partner?” another added.
“Idk sounds like a lack of trust to me. Except for the location thing. That’s safety,” another person chimed in.
Jaden told Fox News Digital she and her husband – who are both Christians and say their marriage is “rooted in our faith” – have received “backlash” over their situation.
“These are things that we’ve agreed on in our relationship over time and from experience,” Jaden said.
“We never really sat down and made up ‘rules,’ but that’s how people seem to have interpreted it.
“These are just things that work for us at this point in our lives, and we were shocked to see how controversial they were.”
In June, another US wife caused controversy after she revealed the strict requirements she places on her husband when they date.
Leaha Ureel, 22, has split from her partner Alan, 23, after realizing she wanted to be a homemaker and be taken care of.
But after a hiatus that only lasted a few months, Alan, a contractor, has “met her standards” and the couple are now married.
Leaha has strict requirements when they go out – for example, she expects her chair to be pulled out for her, her wine to be poured, and the bill always paid by her other half.
She has shared some of her “red flags” for other women who may also be looking for a “provider” in a relationship.
Leaha, from Michigan State, said the ideal other half should remain silent on prices, wear underwear and tip the waiter.
“I love being a housewife and I want others to know that it’s okay to pursue that lifestyle,” she said.
“It’s like being a housewife without the kids.”
The married woman loves all the chivalrous deeds her husband does for her.
“He’s always getting me doors or pouring me wine or pulling out my chair,” she said.
“He does it without asking. He’s a real gentleman.”
Leaha shares her tips so women who want a lifestyle like hers know what to look out for.
“I don’t think there should be any shame in wanting to be a homemaker or homemaker,” she said.
“It’s your life, so you choose how you want to live it.
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https://7news.com.au/lifestyle/relationships/a-husband-and-wife-shared-the-three-rules-they-make-each-other-obey-the-internet-had-a-field-day-c-8873893 A TikTok husband and a TikTok wife shared the three rules they impose on each other. The internet had a big day