- #ValentinesChallenge on Twitter is allowing many South Africans to share their spoils
- Valentine's Day was celebrated on Sunday but made for a romantic weekend for many
- Peeps received gifts from or gifted their baes with the most luxurious products and romantic dates
Valentine's Day 2021 was understandably hard for most, given the current economic climate. This, however, did not stop South Africans from pulling all the stops out to do the most on the day of romance.
SAns shared their dinner dates, picnics and luxury gifts through many social media networking sites. One such is Twitter, where the trending #ValentinesChallenge has dominated the platform with fancy yet sweet posts.
If Saffas were not being spoilt, they were doing the spoiling. The posts make for a magical end to a special day.
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top posts under #ValentinesChallenge:
This SA man's bae did the most by gifting him a stunning watch:
@lejoy_mahlako treated her king to a beautiful candlelight picnic:
@LelwaR's man went out of his way to spoil her with gifts and dinner:
Jeffrey Madlala celebrated his birthday on the day of love and did not miss out on the spoils:
This young man shared an adorable post about having to pay for an extra seat in a taxi for the gift he bought:
This couple stunned with their family photos on Valentine's Day:
Long-distance relationships are hard but @TheRiseOfAkim is making it work:
A sweet couple shared their points of view of each other:
In other Valentine's Day news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that peeps wore their hearts on their sleeves in celebration of Valentine's Day. The internet was flooded with Valentine's Day messages as people reached out and touched each other - virtually.
Take a look at some of the touching Valentine's Day messages being sent out to the world.
"So My High School #Valentines said she STILL has the Teddy I got her in 2010. I, therefore, start a #ValentinesChallenge"
"Happy Valentine’s Day everyone... may you love yourself intentionally and holistically every day. May love never depart from your heart..."
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