- A young woman recently headed online to share a sweet post about the amazing gift she got her partner for her birthday
- According to the post, the two of them went on an awesome helicopter ride to celebrate the special day
- Hopeless romantics were soon swooning in the comment section as they wished for similar relationships
Some people are truly lucky in love and have found partners who spoil them with all the love and light they deserve. Heading online, a young lady shared a romantic post about the amazing day she had planned for her girlfriend.
According to the sweet post that was shared on Twitter by @EllenTshabane, she decided to spoil her partner with a ride in a helicopter to celebrate her birthday. The posy included snaps of the two of them in the chopper and also some of the amazing views they had access to.
"For her birthday I wanted to stand on the highest mountain and tell her I love her, but with Mount Everest being so far I did it on a chopper instead," she wrote sweetly in the caption of the post.
Her followers were blown away and left swooning in the comment section:
"Can I join you guys in your relationship."
"Another day being reminded that you shouldn't settle."
"Where is this? these are beautiful"
"Oh you did it big big. Happy birthday to Karabo."
"Happiest of birthdays to her."
"That is so dope!! Happeeeeee"
In sweeter Briefly.co.za news, it seems like more and more people are taking the plunge and seriously commiting to the ones that they love - and we are definitely all for it. Another South African man recently headed online to celebrate the fact that he now has a makoti because of successful lobola negotiations that recently took place.
Heading online, the young man with the Twitter handle, @Cheeseboysa, took to the popular app to share the very exciting news with his followers. His touching post included various snaps of him and his beautiful new bride as well as some of their families.
"My lobola negotiations went well. Mr & Mrs Moagi. Love wins all the time."
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Source: Briefly News