In the old days, I learned that until the day of the wedding day, most ladies didn't even set their eyes on their groom to be, mostly their parents Generally made the arrangement before telling both groom and bride to be. Do we still have that sort of thing again? No, this is new era and technology's the agent. Technology has offered individuals the chance to meet and get to know more about themselves, 60 percent of married youth are all social media products.
One Twitter user has joined the gangs of people who enjoyed the luxury of chatting on social media, as she flaunts both her and her boyfriend's hands with pledge rings on their hands.
The twitter user known as iwalewa okeowo took his relationship to the internet and also revealed all the interactions between her and her boyfriend, how it began from the first day of seeing the lucky guy's chat, iwalewa also showed all the romantics chat between them.
At last, they finally get to know eachother and about to lead to marriage which teaches some people lessons especially ladies, at times answer your dm from guys in order to Know their heart, not all of them are thieves that just looking for people to steal their heart then leave. Most of them are serious with the issue of getting a good woman. Am I right guys? Use this opportunity to wipe the mindset of them been bad also.
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