- A gorgeous young lady has shared the story of how she met her bae as part of the "How it started vs how it's going" Twitter trend
- @molly1gorczyca met her boyfriend at a hospital while they were both being treated for the same type of cancer
- Many have compared their love story to the movie The Fault in Our Stars as it bears similarity
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A young lady has joined in on the "How it started vs how it's going" trend with a heartwarming story of how she met her bae. @molly1gorczyca (Molly) shared a screenshot of a conversation she had with a friend.
Molly spotted a guy with the same type of cancer her as her, being treated right next to her. She told her friend "I'm going to date him." Her friend responded with, "Do it please." Molly then showed a screenshot of a DM on Instagram from him.
He said: "It was really nice to meet you and your parents. If it's alright with you, I would want to keep in touch with you!"
She also shared two stunning images of her and her boyfriend as part of the tweet. Many have compared their love story to the book turned movie, The Fault in Our Stars.
Take a look at @molly1gorczyca's full tweet below:
Here's what some tweeps had to say to the couple:
"Beating cancer together with your significant other really does sound beautiful."
"I guess we found the main characters of life."
"It legit reminded me of the fault in our stars."
In other "How it started vs how it's going" news, it recently reported on a man who hustled to put himself through varsity and is now gushing about his success. Not everyone can afford to go to university but some people work hard to make their dreams a reality.
One man, Jon Lyon, took to Twitter share how he hustled to put himself through university. Lyon took part in a social media challenge where he detailed how his life has changed over a couple of years. He captioned the post:
"How it started vs how it is going. Hustle for University Application fee 2012 vs 2016 UCT Alumni."
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