– South Africans have shared many reactions to a man’s sweet post about the picnic he set up for his anniversary
– In the post, he explained how he met his bae while they were in high school and have been in a relationship for three years
– Tweeps loved the post, many of them took to the comment section to ask where they could get the same type of relationship
A South African man has left Mzansi yearning for a loving and romantic relationship. Pleasure-b Plear Wabantu shared a beautiful picture of himself and his woman having a lovely picnic to celebrate their three-year anniversary in Facebook’s ImStaying group.
“Love is strong yet delicate it can be broken, to truly love is to understand this and to be in love is to respect this. We met at tertiary 3 years back, we’re now building an empire together. Happy 3-year anniversary.”
Stayers loved it. Many of them shared their thoughts about desiring a similar relationship in the comment section while others simply congratulated the couple on their anniversary. Read a few below.
Bernadette Bock said:
“Happy anniversary. May God bless your union for many more years.”
Sinentokozo Bucs Glam Ngobese said:
“Kanti where do people find such partners.”
Jenniferj Mudau said:
“Happy anniversary to you guys.”
Hazel Claassen said:
“Oh wow! Love ya picnic & good bottle of wine to compliment the moment.”
Masedi Ngwepe said:
“Build that empire, I wish you all love, happiness, peace and prosperity.”
Munga Mungs said:
“I hope we will also be treated as such.”
Charmaine Drysdale said:
“Beautiful photo, congratulations, may you both grow from strength to strength.”
Tia Dubula said:
In other news, a young lady recently headed to Twitter to share some exciting news with her followers – she just got engaged.
In the post, @yaryoush_ explained how the man of her dreams turned out to be someone she met on Twitter.
The newly-engaged young lady also included beautiful pictures of the engagement, which took place on a boardwalk right next to a beautiful flowing stream – the stuff that dreamy proposals are really made of.
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