- A local woman has taken to Twitter to find a date
- Accompanied by her request were two stunning pictures of herself
- Local men quickly filled up the comment sections explaining why she should choose them
A beautiful woman recently created a big buzz on Twitter after she had posted that she needed a date. While she did not explain why exactly she needed the date, she did, however, promise to foot the bill.
The tweet, that was posted by a Twitter user, @KeletsoMs, was also accompanied by two pictures of the stunning young lady. One showed a barefaced selfie while the other featured the young woman's curvaceous figure.
"I need a date tomorrow. Bill's on me I promise," she wrote.
As expected, the post was soon flooded by comments from men far and near explaining why they should be chosen for the special date. While many of them shared funny jokes and statements, others simply chose to compliment the young lady.
Here are some of those many comments.
"You are beautiful, I am not saying this because I want you to choose me, but it's true, I don't have plans for tomorrow uyazi."
"Dress code please. Then you eWallet me transport money that's where bills start being paid."
"If God were to give your tens as your bank balance how much would be in your bank account?? You can answer via DM if you want to."
While @james46664 joked:
"Look mummy, everything you want, I'll cancel all my plans tomorrow. I'll need contacts and location.Thank you."
Meanwhile, in other Briefly.co.za news, a Nigerian lady on Twitter with the handle @lil_keffi summoned the courage to shoot her shot on the microblogging site when a young man posted a picture of himself and indicated his desire for a week-long vacation.
Anietie Akpanumoh wore a cute smile in the picture he posted and captioned the post: "This is a fake smile, I want one week vacation please." @lil_keffi saw the post and took interest in the young man. She reacted by saying she hoped the ring on his finger was not a wedding band.
The young man with the Twitter handle @Tukooldegreat responded by saying the ring is not a wedding band. Taking the conversation further, @lil_keffi wrote: “Are you looking for someone to send you good morning and goodnight messages? Or should I keep scrolling?”
Akpanumohan told her to keep scrolling and the young lady obliged.
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