UMMM Someone Posted Cam From MAFS’ Relationship History On Wikipedia
Well someone is salty…
MAFS is coming to an end and we don't know what we're going to do with our time.
Why waste our nights cooking dinner or reading a book or using our time productively when we could watch a bunch of strangers fall in love and stir drama?
What is going to beat that?
Nothing, I tell you.
Because we’re in denial about MAFS ending we decided to go on a bit of a trawl of the internet, which is always dangerous.
What we found made us wish we hadn’t gone looking in the first place because we're now questioning everything we know and love.
Take a peep at this, friends:
That's a screenshot of MAFS groom Cameron Merchant’s Wikipedia page.
We’re assuming you look a little like this right now:
And maybe this:
If what Wikipedia says is true, then there’s more to Cam and Jules’ relationship than meets the eye.
But seeing as they’re the definition of perfection and the nicest people you will ever meet (take it from us) we’re a bit sceptical about this new information.
It’s VERY detailed. Too detailed. Like, how could a random person possibly know how many times a week Cam’s supposed ex-girlfriend was over at his place?
And how would a random person know if they attended weddings together?
And “committed relationship”? Really?
It reads more like a diary entry than a Wikipedia page.
If you ask us someone got a lil’ bit salty seeing Cam fall head over heels for another woman and decided to get their own back.
Of course, we don’t know for sure. But we do know a lot about getting back at our exes and this is one pretty funny move, we gotta admit.
Wherever this person is now we wish them the best.
But nothing is getting between Mum and Dad.
Oh, sorry, Jules and Cam.
Images: MAFS / Channel Nine, Giphy / Giphy.
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