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A woman has shared the Euro 2020 'terms and conditions' letter she received from her boyfriend. Check it out here:
Georgia Holmes revealed the letter in a video on TikTok a few days back, captioning the clip: "I can't be the only one who has received a letter from their boyfriend ahead of the Euros starting this weekend."
The tournament got under way last Friday (11 June) and will run for the next month, with the final due to take place on Sunday 11 July.
For some, this represents a month of summer bliss, with a total of 51 matches to be enjoyed from the comfort of the couch/pub. But for those who have no love for the beautiful game, it will be a trying time, as they desperately try and wrestle back the telly/sofa.
Evidently, Georgia's boyfriend Joel concluded that laying out his expectations in writing was the most sure-fire way of ensuring a smooth and enjoyable summer of football.
The first of his terms and conditions stated there is to be no mobile phone use during England games, unless he decides to call up and tell Georgia 'IT'S COMING HOME'.
Next, Joel made it clear he would be spending a 'fair amount of time' at the pub over the course of the next few weeks, and there should be no messages asking when he's coming back - although he missed a trick by not wording it 'COMING HOME'.
He then stipulated that calls or messages are only permitted during breaks in matches or in emergencies; presumably what constitutes an emergency is outlined in the small print.
Joel also took the opportunity to forewarn that mood swings may lie ahead.
He wrote: "Depending on how results go, do not be aggrieved at my moods as they are nothing personal towards you."
After an additional warning about the likelihood of regular and excessive intoxication - and a reminder that he does indeed love Georgia - Joel closed the letter courteously.
He wrote: "If you believe there is anything I have missed out, or any other suggestions, you may call or arrange a face to face appointment whenever is suitable for you. Thank you."
Georgia said she 'had to laugh' when she read the letter, but added a caption to her TikTok video which simply read: "F*** you Joel."
The video has been viewed more than 365,000 times and has received a lot of love.
One comment read: "Just shown my boyf and he says it applies to me too."
Another said: "I want to see the full thing I love this and am all for it."
A third added: "Not just me being neglected for football!"
Featured Image Credit: PA/TikTok - @georgiaholmes.x
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