A WOMAN made a massive bragging blunder when she shared a photograph of “cute” gifts from her boyfriend online and accidentally exposed some saucy sex dice.
The young woman, who goes by the name of Dolly, Tweeted a picture of the gifts in a special drawer which will supposedly make her feel more comfortable when she stays the night at her boyfriend’s house.
The London lass posted the photograph with the caption: “He done me a drawer at his house with the cutest surprise in the bottom love him xxx”
Her boyfriend bought her a rose gold iPad and hid it underneath the toiletries for her to discover.
But some eagle-eyed users spotted the real surprise – the boyfriend had also slipped some glow-in-the-dark dice into the drawer.
Daniel Kelly pointed out her embarrassing error and said: “No one clocking the shagging dice”.
Some users think the sex dice, which feature of a variety of sex positions, reveal the boyfriend’s true intentions.
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Coooper Kentfield said: “peep the sex dice, ipads just a small price to pay in his eyes”.
Summer May said: “He basically just wants you preened to perfection before he rolls the dice”.
While one Twitter user pointed out another mistake – he brought his brunette girlfriend ‘sheer blonde’ shampoo.
She said: “Sheer blonde when your brunette bless him”
Last month a young couple made a similar error when a British woman – by the name of Kelsey – sent a selfie to parents with a bottle of lube in the photo.
After sending the selfie to her mum, Kelsey received an unexpected response which left her and Elliot red-faced.
Kelsey’s mum wrote: “Dad said the pics r lovely, nice durex bottle.”
Kelsey then wrote: “It’s elliot’s knee cream!”
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Which prompted her mum to shoot that down by saying “Dad zoomed in!”
The photo and text message exchange has since gone viral, racking up more than 3.8k retweets and 46k likes.
Sun Online has previously revealed rude texts people had sent to their parents by mistake, from near-naked snaps to outrageously x-rated messages.
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