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Australia furiously reacts to Married at First Sight completely re-writing the rules tonight.

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Sweet. Bloody. Jesus.

Things have taken a… weird turn on MAFS.

And Australia has thoughts, feelings and concerns.

We’re of course talking about the fact that the experts have gone rogue and allowed Jessika and Dan – the woman who held a man captive for three weeks and the man who wore a curtain to tonight’s commitment ceremony – to pair themselves up and remain in the experiment.

Seriously, though, not sure if shirt or curtain material.

Aside from the fact that we are actually quite sad to see Mick go (he just straight-up stopped wearing shoes on national television because he could not give less of a f*ck, I mean how could you not have the highest respect for that?), we have thoughts:

1. This... isn't how it works.

They're supposed to be strangers.

There's supposed to be a fake television wedding the moment they meet.

WHY EVEN HAVE RULES IF YOU'RE JUST GOING TO BREAK THEM, JOHN. WHY?!

We demand answers.
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The entire MAFS premise is pretty cooked already, but the experts have just bent the rules for two people who definitely do not deserve the rules to be bent.

Of all the favours you could dish out to all the contestants on MAFS we literally couldn't think of any two people less deserving.

SERIOUSLY.

2. Why BOTHER spending all that time in the laboratory mixing together the couples' saliva if you're just going to let them swap?!

OK, we don't know how the couples are chosen, but we just... we just.

We can't.

Luckily, Twitter can. Here's what the internet had to say after tonight's supremely bizarre (and very full of ~drama~) episode:

SPOILERS: They're mad.

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And finally, one that reflects all of our thoughts entirely:

Until tomorrow night, to watch the trash fire continue burning, we guess.

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