- A lady who describes her man as 'Mr too good to be true' got 250k people reacting to a post she made about him
- According to her, the man has been sending her flowers every single week since they began going out
- On one occasion that he forgot to get one because they were extremely busy, the man, who also cooks, made up for it by getting two the next week
A young lady identified on Twitter as 'Her' with the handle, @thealyseballard has amazed thousands of social media users with a post of her bragging about her man.
@thealyseballard indicates that her man who she describes as being 'too good to be true' has been sending her flowers every single week since they started dating.
She also mentioned that the gentleman, apart from being so romantic, also prepares meals for her.
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"Lmfaoooo this how he feel bout going viral rn...oh yeah he cooks too. mr too good to be true," she said.
Interestingly, on one occasion that the loving man failed to present a flower in an entire week, he made up for that with two in the following week.
"Last week he didn’t get me flowers & honestly I didn’t think much of it Bc we were super busy trying to get stuff ready for our trip ... anyways I’m at work today & he sends me two," she indicated.
The post went so viral that it got over 250,000 reactions and more than 1,400 comments by the time of this report.
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In similar news about fresh love, Briefly News brings you the story of Aaron Musoba and his boo Beatrice Nambi, whose accidental meeting led to marriage. It all started with Aaron using his sister's wedding photo as his WhatsApp profile photo.
As fate would have it, he was randomly added to a WhatsApp group where he kept entertaining members with a daily devotion. He did this for a while until it came to Beatrice's attention in 2016, when she duly thought it wise to reach out to Aaron to thank him for tirelessly sharing devotions.
To Beatrice, she thought Aaron was a lady due to his WhatsApp profile photo. Beatrice went ahead to reach out to ''the devotions lady'' via a WhatsApp call but Aaron did not answer. The story is epic and the photos are awesome.
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