- Today is National Boyfriend's Day and social media celebrated by sharing pictures of their significant others
- Some took the opportunity to troll those who are in relationships by sharing funny messages
- Boyfriend's Day may not be an "official" holiday but that did not stop people around the world from celebrating their partners
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Today is National Boyfriend's Day! It is a special day to let your boyfriend know how much he means to you. It is an unofficial holiday when you can spoil your significant other and today is being celebrated by many around the world.
Boyfriend's Day is trending on social media today with various social media users sharing how they are going to be celebrating today.
Some took to social media to share pictures of their special somebody, whilst others just took part in the fun of being single and hoping to one day be in a relationship.
Many took to social media to share pictures with their boyfriends, appreciating them for being in their lives.
Some just simply took the opportunity to troll about relationships.
@shuraim said: "Have you seen any post from your girl friend today or life goes on?#BoyfriendsDay"
@carlmelissa commented: "So it’s #BoyfriendsDay and I have no one to post, God please help."
@bragyasi said: "Someone has posted their boyfriend alright but has hidden everyone else from viewing it."
@Alqasims_gshop said: "She posted you on her story but you’re the only one viewing yourself ."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a young female farmer inspired many after starting a backyard nursery. A young Limpopo woman is making a huge difference in her impoverished community. This after she came up with the innovative idea to grow vegetables inside a nursery in her very own backyard. Shanen Rikhotso first set out on a mission to change the general outlook of her rural village called N’wamitwa, outside Tzaneen in Limpopo after she noticed that the place was plagued by unemployment and youths who have nothing else to do but do drugs and drown their sorrows in alcohol.
Shanen is slowly changing all of that by proving to others that there are opportunities for growth even in a small village. Using herself as an example, she planted veggies in her backyard which soon became a nursery which she decided to call, Ntsakelo’s Nursery.
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