- A Nigerian man has celebrated 5 years since he took the 'for better, for worse' marital oath
- The man @diipoyourmii took to Twitter to share how he met his wife on social media with a screenshot of his private chat with her 7 years ago
- Many reacted saying most men would have ended the chat if the lady starts with a complain
A Nigerian man has made single folks on social media wish they were married with lovely family photos.
Taking to Twitter with the handle @diipoyourmii the married man celebrated his marriage with photos that highlighted the various stages of how he started his relationship with his wife, when they tied the knot, when she was pregnant and a group family photos with his beautiful kids.
He shared a screenshot of the first private chat he had with his wife, suggesting that they met on social media. In their first interaction that occurred in October 2014 the lady complained about losing her phone.
That was the major talking point for tweeps as many argued that most guys would have ditched a chat with a lady if she starts with a complain. Others gushed about their beautiful family photo.
Below, are some comments compiled by Legit.ng:
@AimThaMachine_ reacted saying that:
"A lot of guys let's say 80% will leave her on read after saying she lost her phone... The PTSD we have suffered is too much...
"PTSD is real guys."
@JosephAbaloku asserted that:
"If a babe replies me she lost her phone at our very first conversation, I am leaving the conversation immediately."
"Nowadays I don't have a phone is an automatic burden on the new toaster.
"I met a lady sometimes ago, we avnt talked much sef, she's already telling me how her family is facing challenges she can't handle...I just weak, the 2nd day she needed 3k, I had to leave her on read."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported how a Nigerian couple who met on Twitter some months ago fixed their marriage.
Twitter user, Mudee Kings has Twitter to thank for meeting the love of his life. The young man who revealed how he slid into her DMs 5 months ago, recently revealed they got engaged.
While many people congratulated him and wished to get this lucky with finding love on social media, others however, felt their engagement was rushed.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2