A Twitter user identified as 'Barliqees' is set to Wed a guy he met on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter.
According to her, the young lad chatted her up unexpectedly and she kinda questioned herself before she replied and was like "who's gonna date this one".
Fortunately, according to her, she was in a good mood that said day which made her reply, then love happened.
She took to Twitter today to happily announce to her thousands of followers that she got engaged and is set to wed with the young lad.
"A short story!
F1- dude sent a DM and as heaven will have it, it was one of those days I was in a good mood.
F2- we met around early December and I'm like, who will date this one 😒.
F3- life happened and...
F4- he asked me to marry him last night😩.
Here are reactions from some Twitter users;
This is a lesson to most girls that hardly respond to their dm, please always find some time to respond as much as you can.
You might not actually know what's in for you if you could just say "Hello" to that one person you're seeing as not worthy of your time.
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