- A young woman has taken to her social media to share some unsolicited relationship advice with her female counterparts
- In a Twitter post, @Zickiie_S advised women to tattoo their man’s name on their chests when they get the chance
- The social media post has been met with several funny comments and reactions from users who are not in agreement
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A social media user @Zickiie_S has put forth an interesting proposal to her fellow female followers by suggesting that they tattoo their men's names on their chests.
The woman offered the eyebrow raising relationship advice in a tweet recently which reads:
“When you get a chance, tattoo your man's name on your chest.”
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The tweet has over 2 600 likes and has a lot of peeps’ attention with many sharing their views on why they wouldn’t dare attempt to this particular declaration of their love.
Here are some users’ interesting reactions to the post:
“The only man I am putting on my chest is my son because boyfriends can disappoint you.”
“Do not mutilate your body. He knows you love her and that's enough.”
“This trend can pass.”
“Angeke never I prefer to write Jehovah witness.”
“First, I need to get a man.”
“Angeke mina (I wouldn’t).”
“Funeka kqala ndibe ne life cover (I need to have life cover).”
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In more controversial relationship news, Briefly News previously reported that a young couple announced that they will not be welcoming guests over the age of 70 to their wedding.
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The bride-to-be posted the news on her Reddit profile. The post indicates that the couple has big families and didn’t want their elderly family members to ruin their special day.
"Our grandparents are all in their 80s, and his grandma has Alzheimer's - she forgets who people are, doesn't know where she is a lot of the time, and sometimes she just randomly starts crying or yelling, and it's really depressing. Both my grandparents also have some health issues and demand a lot of care and attention,” she said.
She goes on to say that she doesn’t want this to ruin her and hubby’s big day.
Source: Briefly News