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A TikTok user went viral after posting a video of himself donning his ex-girlfriend's wedding gown he was trying to sell.

Morgan Macleod—a.k.a. TikToker @tacobellchipotle—is a former US Army member-turned wedding gown model who was not expecting the challenge of selling a wedding gown online.

But he stepped up and "did what needed to be done" so he could move on with his life.

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In the TikTok video, Macleod said an interested buyer named "Sarah" wanted to see the gown on someone before committing to a purchase.

She asked:

"Do you have any photos of this on a person?"
"Or do you have the designer and style so I can look it up?"
"I love it and it's in my budget but I'm having trouble visualizing what it looks like on."

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He was willing to put the dress on but warned her he was a guy "with muscles and a ton of tattoos so I don't know how it'll look."

She responded, "Lol sure why not."

Macleod said he would see if he can fit in the dress, despite Sarah telling him she was not in any rush if he would rather have someone else model the merchandise.

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And he delivered.

He was not able to zip the dress in the back but he managed to fully step into the gown and take front and back photos while standing between two mirrors.

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Unfortunately, the transaction did not happen.

The interested buyer opted out.

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But his clip received over 71K likes and plenty of compliments for his gender-bending fashion.

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When a user suggested posting the wedding photo initially would have been a good idea, he replied, "bold of you to assume we had a wedding."

He told another user who wrote a similar comment, "I would need to have a wedding for there to be wedding pics."

Due to the popularity of the video, Macleod teased followers he was considering filming a "round 2."

Which led to this:

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Reply to @beccabigwheel The Saga continues #weddingdresses #whyamilikethis #weddingdress #ACDC #beegees


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The posts generated more interest from potential buyers.

Even a bridal shop had a proposition for him to consider.

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But don't expect the bachelor to be exchanging vows with someone anytime soon.

When a user suggested he should keep the gown for when he actually does get hitched, Macleod said:

"Just thinking about that makes me want to throw up."

Just don't get it on the dress if you do, Morgan.