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Mother mocks Wayne Lineker's bizarre contribution to friendship with her own list of demands


A single mom who believes men are taken with their success and merit mocked Wayne Lineker's viral list of requirements for future girlfriends by posting their own ironic criteria.

Kerrie Berrie, 36, of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, took to Instagram to have her lighthearted list of requirements like "six pack", making dinner every night, and loving chick flicks.

She added, "You need to be comfortable when you have a partner who is more successful and deserves more than you."

The mother of one said she was encouraged to act after feeling irritated by Lineker's list of requests that have since gone viral, particularly his suggestion that a future girlfriend "give up her career".

The request hit a nerve, and Kerrie admitted that she believes men struggle to meet successful women. The bid manager did not disclose her exact salary but said it was more than £ 45,000.

Kerrie Berrie, 36, of Hitchin, Hertfordshire, mercilessly parodied Wayne Lineker's infamous girlfriend ad with her own offer for a "younger hunk".

Kerrie added in the post that her new boyfriend

Kerrie added in the post that her new boyfriend "has to enjoy the gym and go every day" and cook her dinner too

Kerrie said, “I'm single and it's awful – we women are expected to do anything. Guys don't write a message first, guys can't have a conversation. I am asked the rudest questions.

“There's an element of truth in my parody too, because either you can't make as much as the guy or they think you're there and take your money. It's such a double standard. I think men need to look at what they are offering. That is really missing at the moment.

“I'm not very successful, but I'm fine. I have a nice house, I have a nice car and my child is an adult. I go to the gym and keep in shape so they have to get me something too.

“I am happy in myself and don't need her. I would like to have a partner, but they also have to bring something back for me. It has to be 50/50. & # 39;

In the bizarre criteria posted on Instagram last week, Wayne wrote that his girlfriend-to-be "needs to give up her career, don't want kids, be able to cook ready meals, love R&B music, and no chick flicks." to see ".

In the bizarre criteria posted on Instagram last week, Wayne wrote that his future girlfriend must

In the bizarre criteria posted on Instagram last week, Wayne wrote that his girlfriend-to-be "needs to give up her career, don't want kids, be able to cook ready meals, love R&B music, and no chick flicks." to see ".

Wayne added in his post that his ideal wife

Wayne added in his post that his ideal wife must "like older men but just me" and also be a "worldie and over 30".

But Kerrie's own post challenged her potential partner to be comfortable with her success, to love her dogs, to know the difference between “there, her, and hers” and to tickle their hair when they watch movies together.

Kerrie's funny list of requirements

You have to be a hunk over 6 feet with a massive button and younger than me, not my age because that would look weird!

You need to be comfortable when you have a partner who is more successful and deserves more than you. Don't worry if you are a good boy I'll give you an allowance and insure you on my Land Rover so you can drive a big car.

No luggage as my daughter is now an adult. But you have to love my dogs, Evie & Bowie, like they were your own children.

You MUST be trained enough to know when to use it. You must never use LOL or LMAO unless your ass is literally falling off your body to the floor.

You have to enjoy the gym and walk every day. A six pack is important because I want to see something nice while you cook me dinner after a hard day at work. However, you can't be obsessed with yourself or overconfident because it's just so unattractive. If we're settling for Netflix, don't moan about the chick flicks … if you want to see another action movie, go to your friends but not too often … maybe once a month? We can negotiate that. I expect my back to tickle and my hair to play while we watch the movie.

With 362 followers on Instagram and 251 followers on Tiktok, you have to accept that I have to respond to both men's and girls' messages on all social platforms.

Unimpressed, Kerrie parodied Wayne's demand for "body definition" for his ideal partner and asked her to be "a hunk over two meters".

Kerrie wrote: & # 39; As we all know, I haven't had much luck with the dating sites. Inspired by @waynelineker's latest post, here are my requirements.

“Let's start like I'm normal … strong, nice, loving personality. Now for the more important things … you need to be comfortable when you have a partner who is more successful and deserves more than you.

“Don't worry, if you're a good boy I'll give you an allowance and get you insurance on my Land Rover so you can drive a big car.

“No luggage as my daughter is now an adult. But you have to love my dogs, Evie & Bowie, like they were your own children. & # 39;

She added, "Ohhh and one last thing, this is obviously a joke !!"

After Kerrie shared her post, she said she was tired of receiving sexist and rude comments from men on dating apps.

Kerrie said, “The people who know me well know how ridiculous my contribution is. You know I'm quite a feminist and all about equality, but I've had the worst luck in dating.

“I sometimes think my friends think I'm too picky and that is why I haven't found anyone, but I'm not. There are complete madmen out there.

“I think some of these men need Wayne Lineker's treatment and they feel a little embarrassed.

“My friends think [Wayne's Post] everything was done with tongues and cheeks at first, but when I know men I think it was real first and then he was obviously called and was embarrassed and had to step back a bit. The woman he wants doesn't exist. She's not out there.

Kerrie claims that she constantly receives inappropriate messages about potential dates – including a man who asked her if she'd rather "kneel or crouch when she's giving him a goddamn job."

One stranger wrote to her on Instagram to "ask permission to masturbate with your picture" while another announced that he would never meet her as she was "obsessed with bodybuilders and fitness body-bodies."

“I was talking to a man and we seemed morally on the same page about what we want in the future.

“It went pretty well and there was back and forth messages for a couple of hours. Then he said, "If you give a damn job, do you crouch or do you kneel?"

Kerrie shared a banana milkshake with Gary Lineker's brother Wayne when they met in Ibiza six years ago and have followed him on Instagram ever since - until she saw his post last week

Kerrie shared a banana milkshake with Gary Lineker's brother Wayne when they met in Ibiza six years ago and have followed him on Instagram ever since – until she saw his post last week

While she admits Wayne's post was a joke, Kerries says that there is an element of truth as she believes that men cannot deal with women who deserve the same or more than them

Kerrie said she would not disclose her exact salary but said she earned "more than £ 45,000".

While she admits Wayne's post was a joke, Kerries says that there is an element of truth as she believes that men cannot deal with women who deserve the same or more than them

& # 39; The only way to date these days is by being on the apps. To be on the app, you have to come to terms with the daily crap that men throw at you. You just wouldn't do it in real life.

“If you wouldn't tell a woman face to face in real life, my advice is not to tell. If you don't want your mom or sister to know what you just said to a woman, then by no means say it.

“I have now written it in my Tinder biography. I feel like you have to spoon feed men. & # 39;

Examples of messages Kerrie received from men on social media and dating apps

Examples of messages Kerrie received from men on social media and dating apps