- A young man posted to Twitter that he and his bae were having a "relationship closing function"
- @SithaleKgaogelo's tweet had many South Africans confused by the unique way of saying the relationship was over
- Sithale later cleared the air by saying it was all just a joke but he sure did get his five minutes of fame
Just when you thought you've seen everything, from crazy gender reveals to divorce parties, something pops out of the woods. Recently, @SithaleKgaogelo (Sithale) on Twitter shared two images of him and his bae claiming they were having a "relationship closing function".
Sithale said that he and his stunning bae went on a hike as part of this peculiar function. In a follow-up tweet, the young man confirmed that it was all just a joke and that they went hiking with friends.
The first tweet was quite convincing for many South African Twitter users who couldn't believe that a thing such as a "relationship closing function" would exist. Many tried their best to shoot their shot with Sithale's bae.
Take a look at Sithale's tweets below:
Below are just a few of the responses to the odd claim:
"How would like to swap your girlfriend for a Polo oncoming automobile? I have a good second-hand Polo... If interested please dm..."
"What? Share her handles please."
"Actually, that's a good idea."
"Is your girlfriend single?"
In other trending relationship news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a man who claimed to have swapped SIM card trays with his wife to show commitment. Everyone has their own definition of "showing love", whether it be grand gestures or expensive gifts.
Casey Neistat is an American YouTuber who shared pictures of his and his wife's phones. He swapped the SIM card trays on both phones, which is obvious due to the colours of each cellphone.
Casey joked that he and his wife don’t wear wedding rings. He said they show commitment to one another by swapping the SIM card trays on their phones. He shared the post to Twitter and tweeps responded with their own hilarious versions of showing commitment.
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