- A young man recently created a buzz online after he asked his friends and followers what they thought about "friendship dates"
- His post included snaps of a man and a woman who were just friends all dressed up and ready for a date
- Many locals were completely against the concept while a few people seemed to actually be considering it in their relationships
A young man with the Twitter handle, @SithaleKgaogelo recently had Twitter buzzing after he shared an interesting question about a concept called friendship dating that entails two strictly friends going on a serious date together.
His post included snaps of two friends that closely resemble a couple all dressed up and ready for a dinner date with each other. In the caption of the post, he asked his followers what they thought about "friendship dates."
"What do you think about friendship dates?" he asked.
Many of his friends and followers were totally against it and made this increasingly clear in the comment section of the post. Read a few of their interesting thoughts below:
"I'll never let my boyfriend go on a friendship date with his female bestie...Aneva"
"My girlfriend is not allowed to even have a male bestie"
"ke sure wena o batla ho nkgama fela"
"Friendship date next thing ku dliwa ikhekhe"
"This is for single people. Imagine your partner doing this with someone."
"It’s nice shame but definitely not with my partner though."
"My best friend is a guy....we have gone out to eat, dance, have fun....no issues there at all"
In other Briefly.co.za relationship news, a local woman has had social media buzzing after she took to Twitter to share two screenshots of two different conversations with both her boyfriend and her male bestie. In the texts, the lady tells the bf and the bestie how she just got stuck.
"Babe, my car broke down in the middle of nowhere, I'm so scared," she wrote in one text to both the boyfriend and to the bestie.
The responses from the two differed vastly, somewhat proving the point for some woman that "male besties" are not only important to have, but some times better to have than actual boyfriends, who seemingly can tend to get a little too comfortable in relationships.
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