- A young man recently headed online to share a hilarious post about how relationships change after a couple ties the knot
- His post features two screenshots, one before the marriage and another after the couple got married, and the differences are starkly obvious
- Locals could completely relate to the post and shared many hilarious reactions to it in the comment section
Marriage really does change things in relationships, sometimes for the better and other times for the worse. A young man recently headed online to share how his relationship changed after he decided to take the big plunge and say 'I do' to the woman of his dreams.
The post was made by a young South African man with the Twitter handle @WaheedVadi. He recently took to the app to share two screenshots of conversations that took place between him and his former girlfriend and now wife.
In the first screenshotted conversation, the young couple was extremely lovey-dovey and used a number of hearts and love emojis while they sent texts back and forth. The second screenshot shows that the couple now only texts each other grocery items and a cooking schedule.
"Before Marriage. After Marriage," he captioned the hilarious post.
Locals found it hilarious and were soon sharing their thoughts in the comment section:
"Who eats dhal and rice on a Friday, it's a Monday or Tuesday dish."
"You know you truly married when you get to the shop with the list and you still call her to check brand type, package size, etc."
"Seems like it’s a nice idea to get married."
Briefly.co.za also reported that it is not news that many people are completely terrified of settling down and getting married. A recent tweet that was made by a curious South African Twitter user not only proved that many people are reluctant to tie the knot, it also gives insight into why that is.
"What scares you about getting married? Be honest," asked @Colourphuza.
Soon the post received over 500 reactions from South Africans who were more than willing to share why they did not think that marriage was a good idea. Most of them were concerned about being tied down or having too much responsibility.
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