- A lady was left in despair after the man she thought was her fiance said he did not even know they were dating
- The woman said she and her partner got engaged nine months back
- She planned their wedding for seven months and one day decided to tell her boo that she was on her way to buy her wedding dress
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A woman who had already started planning for her wedding is in total confusion after her partner said he does not remember asking her to be his wife.
The lady casually mentioned to her fiancé that she was going to shop for her wedding dress when she was told the two of them were not even engaged.
For seven months, the woman had been planning her perfect wedding only to be shut down by her bae during the home stretch.
To make matters worse, her significant other added that he was not aware the two of them were even dating.
According to The Mirror, the lady ran to a Facebook bridal group to seek advice from her fellow women.
The hopeful bride explained nine months back, her man did not have a ring but went ahead to ask her to be his wife.
At first, she thought her partner did not have the time to buy the ring and maybe he would get it later on.
“He did not have a ring so I assumed it was a spur of the moment decision, but I am a chill woman, I understood the ring will come later and all that matters is we have each other,” she narrated.
"He said 'Why would I propose to a woman I am not even dating?'" She added.
Briefly.co.za earlier reported a mother of two is thankful to a woman who made her kid's birthday special. An unemployed mother of two was super thankful to a cake maker who made her daughter's birthday special. The mother, Kerry Nicole Fynn had both her children's birthday's in the same month - five days apart and was struggling to come up with an idea to make their days special with limited finances. She took to Facebook group #ImStaying to share her story with others.
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