- A young couple got much attention on social media after photos showed the special way they spent their Valentine's Day on their farm
- Many people said that their lives look so much more real than many lovers' who come online to showcase a fake reality
- The lovers also got a sponsorship should they decide to have a proper date to celebrate their love
A woman identified as Mrs Zanga on Twitter has generated massive reactions on social media after posting that she and her lover tended to their farm on Valentine's Day.
Sharing photos and a video, the woman said they captured how their day was going. Many people were amazed by the innocent disclosure that came with the pictures.
Luck smiled on the couple as a tweep, Aunty Ada, offered to pay for a date for the couple if they were really interested in going out. Mrs Zanga jumped at the offer, saying she was excited by the generosity as she thanked the person for making her day.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her post has gathered over 54k likes with more than 7k retweets.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Beautiful. I am surprised our Twitter feminists haven't commented on it."
"This is inspiring cos while a lot of people who aren't financially buoyant are going broke trying to impress their lovers & loved ones, u guys are planning ahead by cultivating ur farmland. I pray ur next Valentine's Day celebration will be flawless. God bless u guys."
"See the way they are working so hard sweating. Later some people will bring their animals to destroy someone's hard work and someone in high places will say you guys should learn how to coexist. And if you destroy the animal they will say they have the right to carry a tank."
"I hope you're proud of how hard you work and have some awesome crops this year!"
"Happy Valentine day to you, I loved this."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported on a stunning Valentine's story. Footballer Dino Ndlovu smashed all Valentine's Day gifts after he purchased a Porsche for his wife. The 31-year-old left the internet shook with the big purchase and thanked God for the ability to do so.
Ndlovu shared a post on Instagram of the luxury gift and fans liked the post over 11 600 times. The Chinese League One player splurged on his wife but definitely has no regrets. His full post read:
"The enemy will regret messing with you! God is about to restore you massively in the name of Jesus! Get ready for abundantly above, all you can ask or think #HappyVday."
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