- Twitter user @Cosa_Dolce posted a pic of a man embracing his girlfriend in a shoddy room but on the ground, he had prepared a small feast
- Peeps reacted with love to the post with many saying that true love is not about how much money you have; it's the effort you make
- Users offered up many comments but one user argued that many women were only interested in "artificial aesthetics over the actual symbolism of love"
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Twitter users have praised a man who organised a romantic date for his partner on a limited budget.
@Cosa_Dolce took to Twitter to post a picture of a man and a woman kissing with snacks and drinks on a blanket on the floor.
Despite a limited budget, the man was still able to put together a decent spread for the lady he loves.
@Cosa_Dolce posted the snap with the caption:
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“If your partner did this for you, would you criticize and leave? Or as long as si happy muntu wam?”
Twitter users were quick to react to the post.
“It’s the thought that counts!”
“I would be happy and appreciative.”
“It’s literally the effort for me. A trying man, this one!!”
“You lot are so uncanny. Why would you criticize your partner’s efforts? Very preternatural.”
“Effort is everything.”
“Criticise for what? The fact that you are with him means you broke too.”
“This tweet will remind you how some women are concerned with artificial aesthetics over the actual symbolism of love on such occasions!”
Romance is alive: Smitten guy says he loves taking bae to the salon, SA women want more men like him
Previously Briefly News wrote about @SpheBhengu's post on social media which caused a lot of relationship troubles.
The netizen stated that he enjoys being a boyfriend and one of his favourite things to do is take his woman to the salon.
The lovebird says he watches her as she gets her hair done. Some Saffa women seem to think that more men like @SpheBhengu are needed in the rainbow nation while others believe that salon time is alone time.
South African men share their experiences and women compliment Sphe @Zen_firee said: "Not sure if I’ll ever want my man with me at the salon. Bro, wait for me at home tf?"
Source: Briefly News