- A lady, Oiza, shared the photo of the stick sweet her crush at work gave to her to show he cares
- Many people 'envied' her as they rhetorically asked when they would find someone to show them such attention
- Tweeps said that the man through his little act reflected how much he thinks of her
A Nigerian lady identified as Oiza on Twitter has posted the present a colleague who has been crushing on her at work gave to her.
In a post on Wednesday, March 10, the lady said that he gave her a stick sweet as a way to showcase his feelings.
Tapped on the sweet is the word WCW which popularly means Woman Crush Wednesday, suggesting that the event happened the day she posted it.
Many have taken to her comment section to describe the man as a caring person, adding that his act is a lovely one.
See her post below:
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"It's the little things that matter the most sis.. What an adorable man. A man and more."
"Awwwww such a romantic young man....kingy move."
"He's trying to see something."
"It's the little things that matter."
"They want to finish someone with sweetness. God when?"
"When will my crush buy me sweet like this, this is emotional for me."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a gentleman identified on Twitter as Toluleke with the Twitter handle @onkle_Tee has revealed how his relationship with 'madam right' moved from grass to grace.
He shared two pictures, one of which was a throwback photo of himself and his lover when they were younger and appeared to be a little less well-to-do.
In the most recent photo attached, the gentleman and his girlfriend were seen adorned in expensive-looking attires with broad smiles.
As was expected, thousands of Twitter users could not hold back their words and reactions after seeing the breathtaking pictures.
@KwameDavor mentioned that:
"So happy for you two. There are still good women and men out there. Maybe you haven’t met one yet. I’m so happy with the one I am with right now. I pray whatever we wish for ends in joy."
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