- Botswana couple Maxine Magwane and Mbakiso Magwane got bored and decided to hop on the exciting stay-at-home challenge
- The two definitely carried the day as they stayed in sync throughout the whole electrifying video
- Maxine and her hubby had people on social media wishing they had a relationship as beautiful and exciting as theirs
Staying at home can become way too boring if routine develops into a tiring exercise.
But alas! Necessity is the mother of invention and anyone who feels too bored of staying tied to the same vicinity can create the perfect distraction.
When social media users noticed they were bound to be "prisoners" of their homes for the foreseeable future, they decided to create interesting challenges.
It started off with the make-up challenge, followed by the don't rush challenge and finally, the stay-at-home challenge.
All these viral challenges reminded people of the days they would dress up, wear some make-up then go out.
Now that all that is in the past, netizens decided to do it for fun and film themselves transforming from couch potatoes into a suave person-about-town.
A couple on Facebook definitely deserved the prize if any was being given.
Maxine Magwape and her husband, who come from Botswana, made every other participant of the challenge look like complete amateurs.
The makeup artist and her bae showed off! They were bored and decided to showcase their sense of fashion and lavish closet.
First, they started off with some tempting red and black before moving to a mix of olive and blue.
Maxine looked like an African queen and her body was just on point.
Her hubby complimented her look and also dressed to kill throughout their video.
The two looked like they were dressed up for a lavish cocktail party before switching it up to some flirty looks.
Their video which was shared on Facebook garnered thousands of reactions and all everyone could focus on was how the duo was in sync throughout the clip.
They went together perfectly like yin and yang and each of their fits was like a work of art.
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