I did an Amazon thong bikini haul – life is too short not to show off your cheeks, but there was a catch with three sets | The Sun

A WOMAN has shared her search for the perfect thong bikini ahead of a trip to Greece and Italy.

The TikToker empowered other women to buy the thong and go on vacation because life is too short.

TikToker and entrepreneur Cortney Weaver (@courtneyvie) shared her experience of buying thong bikinis on Amazon.

While filming another video showing viewers some new outfits, Courtney was distracted by the arrival of a delivery van.

"Now I see the Amazon truck that has just pulled up for the packages of swimsuits that I ordered from the internet that are thongs for my Italy and Greece trip," she said.

Courtney added: "I don't know who I think I am, OK? Thong bikinis. They're here. I don't know what I was thinking in that moment."

Despite her immediate feelings of trepidation, she has worn such bikini styles before.

The online content creator posted an update video to tell viewers what happened when she tried them on.

In the clip she forwarned viewers with a photo of herself in a thong bikini on a boat saying: "I do it. I've done it. I love it."

She added: "I'm a big fan, I have a juicy booty."

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Despite previously loving this look, the bikinis she ordered from Amazon were not right.

"I don't know what was going on with the four Amazon swimsuits that I ordered," she said.

While she encourages viewers to buy the bikini and wear it because "life is too short," she ended up sending most of the bikinis back.

"Only one of them worked, the rest of them shipped back. I don't know who made them, I don't know where they came from. Not good material."

Courtney did admit that they were only $15 a piece and accepted that "you get what you pay for."

Despite this, she said that she did not learn her lesson and instead "repurchased four more."

She held up a neon pink package, a neon green one, a yellow, and a blue.

Courtney concluded the clip by encouraging her followers to embrace the thong swimsuit.

"Life is short, buy the thong, ride it up the cheeks, take the vacation," she said.

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