- February has just started but South Africans are already trying to find the perfect gift for their partners
- #FatcakeFund is trending on Twitter as SAns discuss gift ideas by asking what is better between two options
- Trending alongside #FatcakeFund is "May February" as tweeps wish each other well for the month of February
#FatcakeFund is trending on Twitter as South Africans share what presents they'd like to receive in the Month of Love. Many are using the hashtag to ask others if they'd prefer money or love for Valentine's Day.
#FatcakeFund has created various discussions on the social networking site regarding gifts and wishes. Trending alongside #FatcakeFund is "May February". The trend involves tweeps sharing their well wishes and hopes for the new month.
The trending hashtags are allowing SAns to openly discuss what they wish for the month of February in terms of money, love and life as a whole.
Below are some of the tweets that posed questions and other tweets of peeps showing exactly what they want:
@ThabisoMemela5 responded with:
"Money knows best."
"Love won't buy mama a house so..."
"Money fam, then I'd pay for the vacation."
"Money is all I want."
@BhekinkosiSekg1 wrote in response to the above:
"Loyalty, since love is underrated."
"Love in its fullness comes with loyalty. So imma take love."
Read some of the tweets using 'May February' below:
"Happy new month. May February be full of new opportunities, adventure, lot's of money and genuine love."
"May February bless you in ways that heal and allow you to prosper beautifully."
"May February bring us the energy & willpower to follow through our intentions."
"May February favour us more than January. May we have cause to celebrate in the new month."
In other 'Month of Love' news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a mother who is on a mission to find a bae for her son. @kayzywizzzy recently shared a hilarious yet sweet post about his mom trying to find him a girlfriend after he revealed that he would be single on Valentine's Day.
It all started when the young man asked his mom on a dinner date on the romantic day that is usually reserved for in love couples to show an extra amount of love and affection toward one another.
"Shame on you my dear, even your younger brother has one," responded his mom after he told her that he doesn't have a girlfriend.
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