Sneaky conversation of cheating partner found on YouTube’s search history

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A TikTok video caused a stir among Thai netizens when it showed that a cheating partner can talk to a lover via YouTube search history.

The TikTok account @music_1999 shared a screenshot of the YouTuber’s search history with a message that read, “Give up on the attempts you two.”

The TikToker said in the video caption, “Sneaking to talk to each other on YouTube. Can’t believe this is real.”

Most people use the YouTube search history to look for a song or a movie clip. However, the screenshot between the couple’s search history revealed they were having an affair.

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“What do you do?”

“I’m at a university.”

“Can we talk?”

“Yeah, sure.”

“Did you delete all the chat stories on LINE?”

“Yes, I did.”

“I’ll call you at 9pm, OK?”

The TikToker explained that the two people had to use the same YouTube account to see the search history. To communicate, they had to type messages into the search bar.

Some TiKTok users said in the comments section that this is a way to avoid getting caught, as partners usually checked other chat applications such as Facebook Messenger and LINE, but not YouTube.

Other netizens said they had seen a woman catch her boyfriend talking to his mistress on an e-commerce application, Shopee. Many netizens said that they did not believe the post and found that the TikTok account was just trying to get attention and engagement from netizens.

YouTube had earlier launched its in-app messaging feature, which allowed users to have a private conversation with other users apart from the conversation in the commenting session. However, the feature was later shut down shortly after its launch. The reason for the shutdown was not disclosed by the company.

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