Loved Up Woman Sparks Online Debate After Sharing That Her Bae Decided to Love Her From the 1st Date

Loved Up Woman Sparks Online Debate After Sharing That Her Bae Decided to Love Her From the 1st Date

  • A woman shared how her partner made a decision on their first date that he was going to love her and be with her
  • According to @lekwetse_lulu, he didn’t wait for feelings but made the conscious decision to love her
  • She said that he has taught her about intentional love and South African users shared their responses to her post

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A lovestruck babe took to social media to share how her bae was intentional about pursuing and loving her from the moment they met.

@lekwetse_lulu shared a bit about her relationship on a Twitter thread and revealed that her boyfriend always tells her that he made a decision on their first date that he was going to love her and be with her before he even had deep feelings for her.

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Woman, Online Debate, Bae Decided to Love Her From First Date
A woman shared how intentional her bae was about loving her. Image: @lekwetse_lulu/Twitter
Source: Twitter
"He wanted to love and I never used to understand until I learned about conscious intentional love. He didn’t wait for feelings. He just met me and thought I was a great person who he is just going to love and I’m definitely grateful for having a chance to experience this kind of love ❤️” she wrote.

@lekwetse_lulu also disclosed that she met her man at a tavern when she went to one for the first time with a friend.

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The Twitter post has gained over 59K likes as well as many comments from South African users who shared sweet messages as well as their personal views on love.

@chuma_pheme said:

“That's how I felt the first day I met my woman. Lol, I remember her saying "I'm not there yet" then I told her we will be using my love for now.”

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@majorleague1313 wrote:

“Planning to love someone beforehand is a commitment but not an emotion & that’s where the problem lies it's not love, the second he meets the love of his life it's a wrap!”

@FurtiveThyme commented:

“Love is never about the feeling bro... As a man, you chose to love not to fall in love that's a women's thing. To us men loving a person is a conscious decision we take ourselves based on what we see or how the person is especially with people. It's about the heart.”

@DimakatsoS05 responded:

“This is precious . That's what am also doing, if I see in the beginning the guy is acting right, I tell myself I am going to be intentional about loving him, that's if he shows that he loves me 1st.”

Video shows lady weeping emotionally at airport

In another story, Briefly News reported on a lady who got emotional at an airport as her man made to fly out of the country. The lady shed tears and refused to let go of the man, as seen in a video shared by @josranks_dion on TikTok. A caption on the clip explaining her emotional outburst reads:

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“She didn't want to let him go but had to because he's striving for their future."

The man comforted his weeping woman by patting her while saying something that was inaudible to the camera.

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