Mom Suspects Boyfriend Is Planning To Kill Her Son, But He's Just A Nerd
By Dave Basner
February 18, 2019
It never pays to snoop, and one mother with an overactive imagination learned that the hard way, much to the delight of the Internet. The 35-year-old mom noticed a note on the desk of her boyfriend of a year, and it had her suspecting him of plotting to murder her seven-year-old son. She posted to Reddit what she found, and along with getting an answer, she got pretty humiliated. Her post reads:
"I've raised my 7 year old son as a single mother. But last year, I started dating and met my current boyfriend. He's perfect and is great with kids and we've even been flirting with the possibility of marriage recently.
That was until last week, I discovered some disturbing writing by his desk. I don't know what it means and I'm getting really paranoid. I stole it from his desk. It says:
'Kill the KID d4 Nf6 c4 g6 Nc3 Bg7 e4 d6 Nf3 0-0 Be2 e5'
I have no idea what these numbers/letters mean and I'm really worried about the title that says 'Kill the KID.'
I've got a really overactive imagination, but I'm wondering if those numbers/letters are co-ordinates of previous children he's killed or something sick like that. I don't know, please just tell me I’m paranoid. I really like him and don't know why he would write this.
tl;dr boyfriend has weird writing about killing what I assume is my kid."
Well good news for the mom - her boyfriend is not planning to murder her son. Instead, he is just a fan of chess. A commenter explained, "Kill the KID is a chess book. KID stands for the King's Indian Defense. The 'coordinates' are chess notation. The dude isn't planning on killing your kids lmao."
Twitter had a field day with the post.
Miss, I'm sorry to tell you. Your boyfriend... "plays chess". Based on the evidence we've found, he's a serious "chess player". This isn't a casual thing. We don't know for sure, but odds are he meets with other "players" in a "chess club" where they seek to "check mate". https://t.co/LI7TIAurtt— Hasufin Heltain (@Hasufin) August 7, 2018
Though I like the idea that he'd write out his secret murder plans in a complex code, and than spell out the title in plain text.— Simplicio (@simplicio823) August 6, 2018
"I was okay when I thought he wanted to kill children, but CHESS ? No way, we broke up."— Taxalot (@taxalot) August 8, 2018
Was his name Bobby Fisher?— Marmaduke Jinks 🏴 (@marmadukejinks9) August 7, 2018
I kind of want to advise the guy now to reevaluate this relationship. Imagine what else she might come up with in the future.— Euqinomist (@Euqinomist) August 7, 2018
No word how the boyfriend took it when he learned his potential fiancee suspecting him of being a murderer.
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