The OP of a post on Reddit’s TIFU topic, which stands for “Today I F—ed Up,” claims that a particular song is a major attraction on his sexy time playlist and that it is the perfect beat for making love to.

He was consequently shocked to learn that his two-year girlfriend despises the song and that it has been a major source of friction in their relationship.

Nobody anticipates how awful the song is. It’s probably not one you’ve heard before, and we assure you that it has nothing to do with a Rick. Just be ready for pictures of a man forcing himself to the purported beat against your will to enter your head.

TIFU / My (20F) girlfriend of two years told me the music that I (25M) play during sex is weird and a major turn off from tifu

“A little back story; when I first started having sex I researched into ways to be better as I was a little stiff and pretty much had no idea what I was doing. I read online that you can play music and match the rhythm in order to put on a better performance,” the Reddit post reads.

“I searched love making songs and started slowly creating a playlist in which I was comfortable matching the rhythm.”

The only problem is that everyone else finds his favorite song on the playlist to be like an ear chainsaw, even though it is actually a pretty excellent idea.

Scottish producer and DJ Hudson Mohawke’s single is titled Cbat. The fact that he has produced music for a number of well-known artists, such as Pusha T, Drake, and A$AP Rocky, may surprise many who have heard the song.

Amazingly, he also contributed to Kanye West’s 2013 studio album “Yeezus.” Critics have generally given his music high marks, and after releasing the album “Butter” in 2011, the music news website Fader dubbed him “a virtuoso of genre-smashing production.”

We might simply not enjoy EDM, or perhaps something went horribly wrong, but we are undoubtedly not the only ones who did not like Cbat.

“I don’t understand why it has taken her two years to tell me she hates that song, it’s a good love making song with good rhythm,” wrote OP about his girlfriend. “I feel the way I f—ed up is I could have possibly asked her previously if she likes the playlist or any songs she’d like to add/change. But to leave it for two years thinking our sex life is great but in her eyes has just been ruined by my music has left the whole situation feeling awkward and I’m a bit annoyed.”

“I pretty much played this tune every single time so the amount of times she must have not been enjoying it, when I thought the complete opposite is annoying but also embarrassing in ways.”

It’s embarrassing, but it makes sense that the girlfriend didn’t know how to bring up his favorite song for making out. We also wouldn’t know how to approach such a discussion.

After learning this information, the young man now complains that having sex with his girlfriend is awkward. She even asked him to stop a few times since she noticed that he was still singing along to the song in his head.

“The other day we were having sex with no music but I was still thrusting to the tune playing in my head. She recognised this and asked me to stop.”

Hopefully, this pair can get past this strange and embarrassing obstacle, although it’s unlikely now that everyone on the internet has seen the TIFU post and is sobbing over how awful the music is. Due to remarks like these, moderators have already locked the thread:


The tweet has since made its way to Twitter, where others are discussing the reactions of their pets to the song.