- Nolwazi Dlomo (@DlomoNolwazi on Twitter) brought back some intense memories for quite a few South Africans
- Nolwazi shared an encounter she had with a guy she believes is her soulmate but they didn't exchange details
- South Africans took to her comment section to share their own experiences of failed "love at first sight" encounters
Falling in love at first sight may actually be a real thing and not just a movie plot. @DlomoNolwazi sparked hope in the hearts of true love fanatics when she shared her encounter with a man she believes is her soulmate.
According to a Twitter post by Nolwazi, she met the man at a Shell garage on the N2 near Mvoti Plaza in KZN. She wasn't very clear when explaining why she didn't give him her number, however, she did state that she "disappointed" her mystery man.
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Nolwazi shared that she was driving a black Mercedes-Benz at the time and her hair was in an afro. She asked the unknown man to DM her.
Take a look at Nolwazi's tweets below:
Replies varied from person-to-person but the general response was that Nolwazi had missed her opportunity as people shared their own "love at first sight" encounters. Read some of the comments below:
"Maybe this thread can also help me. I met a girl in Potchefstroom 2016 and we vibed a lot and took pics and got her number ngithe ngifika eGoli bangibamba inkunzi and took my phone... Her name was Ofentse but i don't know her surname. I've been searching facebook, no luck."
"I am also looking for Siphosethu we met at Mall of Africa. I asked for her number but she refused. Sethu our future awaits us baby!"
"Something similar happened to me in 2019. He was the most gorgeous human being on earth, we were at Clicks. Parked next to each other even. I didn't give him my number."
"These kinds of things only happen once, twice if you are lucky. UYou won't see him again... This happens to everyone."
In other news, a Nigerian female doctor from the north took her search for a husband to social media as she posted a picture of herself on Twitter and asked her followers if they needed a wife.
Dr. Halima Abubakar with the Twitter handle @DrHalima_ got her followers talking with her adorable photo, which she captioned:
"Who needs a wife?"
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