There’s TikTok Drama Between Linewives And Bucket Bunnies

October 5, 2022 / Posted by:

I love a good scandal. And a scandal in a community I know nothing about? A la the chess anal bead cheating allegations? Even better. Cuz it’s gossip and learning. This brings us to the TikTok drama between linewives and bucket bunnies. Who and what? Exactly. Let’s dive in, shall we? Buckle up, cuz this story’s got everything: affairs, major storm damage, women being pitted against women, and lineman catfish!

So, now that Hurricane Ian is done fucking up the Southeastern U.S., there’s a lot of storm damage. Enter the linemen of America. Linemen are professionals who repair high-powered electrical lines. After a big storm, it’s their time to shine. These men and women hit the road and travel to hurricane-ravaged communities in places like Florida and South Carolina to help fix damaged power lines. Newsweek writes:

According to the Municipal Association of South Carolina: “It’s one of the most welcome sights after a hurricane blows through or an ice storm freezes a town: a utility truck rolling into the neighborhood with linemen aboard, ready to climb poles, repair lines and restore power.”

Another fun fact: linemen make big bucks. The average annual salary for a lineman in Alabama, Texas, and Virginia is between $81,000 to $107,000. OK, so now we understand what linemen are.  Now, let’s move on to the linewives. The linewives are the linemen’s wives (duh), and they are particularly active on TikTok. These women bond over their husbands always traveling for work and their shared fear of infidelity. The website offers support to these women:

“We know this isn’t an easy life, so having others to share their experience with makes it much easier,” the website says. “Just know you are not alone and many ladies out there that have gone through what you are going through right now.”

The website adds: “We know Living the linelife as a Linewife or Linelady is tough. Let’s be honest, there is always constant change in a Linewife/Ladies Life. Here at Linewife, our focus is to lift other ladies up and bring a light into their crazy line lives and warmth in their heart!”

Great. Now, enter those no-good lowdown bucket bunnies, aka “line hoes.” These are women who want to have sex with linemen, and don’t give a hoot if they’ve got a wife and kids back home. The “bucket” refers to the lineman’s work truck, which has the long, extended bucket they stand in. This week, the drama between linewives and bucket bunnies reached an all-time high, torpedoing this subculture into regular culture. Here’s how it began. A TikToker in Florida stirred some shit up when she posted screenshots of all the visiting linemen who had popped up on her Tinder:


I’m doing fine 🥰 #hurricaneian#florida#linemen#bluecollar#fyp

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That’s one thirsty bucket bunny! Except, uh oh! One linewife took to TikTok to say, “Imagine gettin’ on TikTok and scrolling, minding your business, and findin’ out that your man has a Tinder?” In the comments, she clarified that her husband wasn’t on Florida Tinder (“mine didn’t have to go outta town to get caught”), but she was pretty sure she saw her “friend’s man is in the video”:


#stitch with @emilyhosein1 #lineman #tinder #MadeWithKeurigContest #florida #fyp #fypシ #fypシ゚viral #foryou #foryoupageofficiall #foryoupage #viral #viralvideo #viraltiktok #trending #trendingsong #trendingvideo

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The linewives of TikTok got pissed at the bucket bunnies, and accused them of trying to steal their men. TikTok user @alabamasisi said that any cheating linemen better watch out for their pissed off linewives, cuz they’re a helluva lot more dangerous than any ol’ hurricane:

One Utah linewife chose feminism, explaining that it’s not a bucket bunny’s fault if a lineman is cheating. Linewives should have enough self-respect to up and leave their husbands if they stray:


Bless those lineman in Florida⚡️ #hurrican #cleanmoneystormwork #linewife #linemen #lineman #linewife #stahm #utahmom #storm #hurricaneian #kygirl

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This Florida resident, @dimijimmy1, gives a full explanation of the drama here. She adds that some of the linemen pictured on the initial Tinder TikTok deny they’re even in Florida. So, a few of these Tinder profiles are (allegedly) catfishes trying to catch Florida bucket bunnies:


The linemen drama #lineman #florida #bucketbunny #fyp

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So, now you know about the drama between linemen, linewives, and bucket bunnies. Also, you now have another example to bring up if you ever get into an argument about how global warming is wreaking havoc on the planet!

Pics: TikTok

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