- Photos of a couple who have been dating since their 200 level in school have got massive funny reactions on Twitter
- Many Twitter users said that it is too early for the lady to celebrate, suggesting that things may still go bad later
- There were some who appreciated the time they have spent nurturing their love for each other
A Nigerian lady and model with the Twitter handle @meetkiki_ has generated massive conversations online after sharing the photos of her lover.
One of the photos she shared showed her boyfriend when they were dating in 200 level. The second frame has them years after as they were about to graduate.
The lady's comments section was filled with hilarious opinions as some Nigerian men 'positioned' themselves to get the lady from the young man.
There were others who wondered why the lady is celebrating a relationship that has not yet led to marriage with such confidence.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, the post has gathered over 22,000 likes with many baring their thoughts in their thousands as quoted replies.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"Thanks for bringing her thus far. The world wld take it from here."
"Now it’s time to sign out from the relationship."
"Guy you must not become president ooooo. This is mismanagement of the highest order. Haba from orange to pawpaw. Kilode."
"Hope you guys are serving in same state. I fear who no fear NYSC. Another experience on its own. Relationship breaker."
"So you guys were full grown ups by the end of your sign out. Lol keep growing together."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that pre-wedding photos and old images of a couple who started dating in 1999 showed that patience is truly a virtue.
The photos of the couple were shared by a Facebook user identified as Austine Bassey, who commended them for their patience.
"Congratulations brother..! Is good to be patient because nothing good comes easily, my regards to your wife to be! She's in deed your own."
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