- A local woman took to Twitter to ask other ladies whether they'd consider a pap and meat platter as 'date food'
- Soon women flooded to the comments section with their responses
- Many of the women said that they did not mind the unconventional meal
A young woman recently took to Twitter with a very interesting question for local ladies. @Niqita11 shared a picture of a local favourite, pap and meat, which is usually very inexpensive and eaten as day-to-day food.
She then asked other women whether or not they would consider going out and getting that meal on a date. Especially since the meal is sometimes served at places such as taxi ranks and around local fast food joints without the usual cutlery and fine dining trimmings.
The post was met with a ton of responses from both men and women who shared their opinions on the meal. While many women laughed at the idea of having the simple meal on a date, other women shared that they would not mind it at all. Here are some of their comments.
"A girl from Nongoma or Nkandla will consider it a date."
"The issue with me is with the tray."
"2 things are off here: 1. The tray 2. Phuthu. Otherwise, let's eat!"
"Hallelujah kind of date. I love these set ups, this is where people let the guard down and you really get to know them."
"Lol yes if it's a second or a third date."
Briefly.co.za also reported that on Friday last week, screenshots of a woman's Twitter posts went viral online. The message show the lady going on a rant after she visited a man's home just to find he has almost no furniture.
In one of the posts, the lady wrote:
"This guy invited me to his place that had no furniture, this is so disgraceful. Does he not have any shame?"
She then added:
"Hahahaha you guys are saying I'm being mean, lol I am high maintenance and that's that on that. I will not leave my fully furniture [sic] house for this. Sorry."
Shortly after her post, a decor business reached out to try and find the humiliated man. According to Lerato, @RoyalPlushDecor wants to give the man a home makeover. The man has not yet been identified but social media users were inspired by the company's willingness to help him.
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