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Woman Divides TikTok With Her And Her Husband's Extreme Rules For Their 'Christian Marriage'

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When entering into a marriage, it's good to have a general understanding of expectations between you and your spouse.

TikToker Bailey, who goes by the handle @bmcpher, and her husband, however, take this notion to the extreme.

In two videos which have left fellow TikTokers fairly divided, she revealed a set of rules she and her husband have for one another.

Considering her profile description consists of only three words—"Unpopular", "Conscious Parenting" and "Crunchyish"—the title of the first video doesn't come as a big surprise.

"Rules my husband and I have for each other that make people ANGRY."
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Part 1? 🤣🤷‍♀️ #marriage #marriagerules #husbandandwife #christianmarriage #momsoftiktok

Backed up by Jay The Playa's "Start A Riot", the rules for what she described as a "Christian Marriage" in the video's description, three rules are listed one by one in the overlay.

The rules exclusively concerned either of them communicating with the opposite sex.

"No Friends of the opposite sex."
"No work gfs/bfs or being alone with the opposite sex."
"No texting the opposite sex without the other knowing."

Bailey hinted these three rules were only part of a longer list, by leaving a teasing "part 1?" in the video's description.

And indeed, in a 12-second follow up video, once again using "Start A Riot" as a soundtrack, Bailey listed three more rules.

And while these rules weren't exclusively restrictions when dealing with the opposite sex, they tended to follow the same theme.

"No lusting after others (no following scandalous pages.)"
"No [corn emoji]"
"Always put. each other first (even over our parents)."

Bailey was not wrong in claiming these rules made people angry, as many people criticized Bailey, her husband and their "Christian marriage" rules.

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But Bailey also found support among her fans, commending the couple for standing by Evangelical Christian doctrine.

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There were also a handful of TikTokers who agreed with some, but not all of the rules over the two videos.

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Of course, Bailey's use of the corn emoji—meant to represent pornography—proved the most popular conversation topic in the comment section.

There were several TikToker's who were baffled by what it meant.

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To each their own indeed.

Corn has always been a somewhat acquired taste.