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Couple Mortified After Giving Subtle Signal That Suggests They're Swingers

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Couple Mortified After Giving Subtle Signal That Suggests They're Swingers

A couple were left a little red faced when they were mistaken for swingers while on holiday. Watch below:

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TikTok user Linda revealed recently that she and her hubby had bought matching swimming costumes for a trip away, complete with pineapple patterns.

However, in a video posted to her account, Linda said she was unaware at the time that pineapples are often used to signal that a couple is up for swinging. Oh dear.

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She explained that they were a bit confused as to why people were being 'a little too nice' during their trip.

But Linda and her partner weren't the only ones shocked by the revelation - there were plenty of people in the comments who felt the same.

Credit: TikTok
Credit: TikTok

One user asked: "When did the pineapple start meaning this? I only heard of this a few weeks ago and only because I saw it on TT."

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Another wrote: "I thought pineapples meant hospitality. I worked 10 years at an assisted living facility and everything was pineapples."

A third added: "I just realised I made my boyfriend wear a pineapple shirt, and I wore a pineapple dress while on vacation two years ago."

Credit: TikTok
Credit: TikTok

While yet another said: "Our group learnt the same thing while in Hawaii recently, we had no idea."

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Some, however, pointed out that it was only if the pineapples were upside down that they signalled a person was a swinger.

To which Linda replied: "Lol my top ones were upside down."

Replying, another user joked: "You both knew, quit playing."

Credit: PA
Credit: PA
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A real life swinger then jumped in and gave a bit more information on the whole thing, explaining that it's a little more tongue-in-cheek than people might think.

They said: "We are lifestyle and have been for years. The pineapple thing is more of a joke.

"We certainly don't assume and definitely don't approach random pineapples."

Still, if you're going on holiday this summer, you might want to be a little more careful with what you wear.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok

Topics: Viral, Funny, Social Media, US News, Holiday, TikTok

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