- A screenshot of a woman's attempt and failure at wooing her man on Valentine's Day has been shared online
- The screenshot shows how the young lady had forwarded him a sweet Valentine's message that had obviously been sent to her first and he was not having it
- Mzansi was left with mixed reactions about the post because many of them saw no problem with what she did while others thought she could've put more effort
There's a lot of hype around Valentine's Day and what comes with the hype is many expectations. A woman called Maphindy fell far short of these expectations after she forwarded a message to her bae on the special day as opposed to writing something sweet and original.
In a screenshot of the convo shared by @uKhayegema, Maphindy forwards her bae a Valentine's Day text which she received from someone else, but he obviously would have appreciated something original, judging by his response:
"Really Maphindy? A fowarded text?" he wrote.
Mzansi was left undecided about who was in the wrong as many of them thought even though the message was forwarded it was still quite sweet. Others however believed that she could have easily drafted a text by herself.
Read a few of their comments below:
"What's the fuss with forwarded chain messages? Angithi she felt it resonates with what she also feels."
"So vele vele we write paragraphs to them and they forward them to their real lovers."
"Ouch... This is like sending someone to ICU."
"Mjolo the Dating does it again."
In other Briefly.co.za Valentine's Day funnies, a young man with the Twitter handle @El_faruqq has generated massive reactions on Twitter after revealing what he did when his roommate brought in a lady on Valentine's Day.
He said that despite the eye signals his friend gave, he blatantly refused to leave the room in an attempt to spoil whatever plan they had in mind. @El-faruqq shared a photo of his friend and his date on one of the beds in the room. He tweeted:
"My roommate's Valentine's date just arrived and he has been doing me eye signal since. Mtcheww, we die here."
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