Man Arranges Romantic Date on a Budget, Mzansi Calls It “True Love”

Man Arranges Romantic Date on a Budget, Mzansi Calls It “True Love”

  • 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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Social media users had hearts in their eyes for a man who organised a romantic date on a budget. Image: @Cosa_Dolce/ Twitter and Getty Images
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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.

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@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.

@BrandonBtee said:

“It’s the thought that counts!”

@Cornie_Wenu added:

“True love.”

@TshepoRTM added:

“I would be happy and appreciative.”

@thee_thandayy added:

“It’s literally the effort for me. A trying man, this one!!”

@alsoknownasDee said:

“You lot are so uncanny. Why would you criticize your partner’s efforts? Very preternatural.”

@kue_kie said:

“Effort is everything.”

@godlynotgodly said:

“Criticise for what? The fact that you are with him means you broke too.”

@haploz99 said:

“This tweet will remind you how some women are concerned with artificial aesthetics over the actual symbolism of love on such occasions!”

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