Bumble Profile of Wife Telling Husband to 'Pack His Bags' Goes Viral

A Bumble profile is going viral online, after a woman is thought to have created an account to dump her husband.

A dating app user came across the shocking profile, and shared a snap to Reddit's Tinder forum on Monday under the username Bigcatpratte.

They captioned a screengrab: "I'm terrible but I found this hilarious."

Her Bumble bio said: "Dear husband, this is the last straw, when you see this you'll know to pack your bags.

"P.S. I've already seen your acct [account] and swiped right so we'd match." And the finishing touch is the photo of her wedding day used as the main image on her profile.

It shows the woman in a white dress, holding hands as she looks to be snapped mid-dance with a man, most likely her soon-to-be ex-husband.

And while they redacted the woman's name, the dating app revealed she was 24.

Bizarrely, while the image is cut off, it looks as if the woman also listed her interests, including make-up, comedy, beer, video games and dogs.

The post amassed nearly 60,000 upvotes since being shared, as Bigcatpratte answered questions in the comments, sharing more information.

They revealed: "This is in Utah and it's not uncommon for kids to get married and divorced in their early 20's. Worst case I know of is a girl getting married and divorced at 18."

The interesting confrontation method was met with some interesting comments, as Crully joked: "And that's how I met your mother."

Maxxximus30 commented: "I'd ask her to wear that dress on our first date." Alienninja1 thought: "Plot twist, she saw him on Tinder, knew she was probably caught too, swiped right and updated her profile."

Daysinnroom203 reckoned: "If that dude, who married that woman, is out scouting for new women, he is shit out of luck. He was punching too high to begin with. What an ass."

TheStargunner asked: "Who are these people having weddings in their late teens or early 20's, punching above, and then blowing it all by 24?!"

Although some gave the man the benefit of the doubt, as Thesaltysquirrel pointed out: "Just an FYI people will take photos from Facebook, Insta, and other social and create dating profiles.

"It's always spam and they do not care if they ruin your life if someone sends them a credit card info they can scam. Hope this wasn't that."

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), marriage rates for Utah for 2019 stood at 8.1 per 1,000 total population in the area, down from 8.4 the year before.

That same year the divorce rate in the state was 3.5, per 1,000 people, down from 3.8 in 2018.

Overall, according to the CDC, marriage rates dropped to their lowest figure (since 1900) between 2017-18.

They wrote: "Marriage rates increased beginning in 1963, reaching a relative peak of 10.9 in 1972. The rate then fell to 9.9 during 1976 and 1977 before increasing to 10.6 in 1980 to 1982.

"From 1982 to 2009, marriage rates almost steadily declined, before stabilizing from 2009 to 2017 at a range between 6.8 and 7.0.

"From 2017 to 2018, the rate dropped six percent, from to 6.9 per 1,000 population to 6.5, the lowest of the 1900–2018 period."

Newsweek reached out to Bigcatpratte for comment.

File photo of wedding and Bumble.
File photo of wedding and Bumble dating app. A profile of a wife telling her husband to "pack his bags" has gone viral. Getty Images/ERIC BARADAT / Andrey Sayfutdinov