- A young lady's love story has generated conversations on the right way to ask a woman out
- In a shared screenshot, she gave a man her number after he said that he wanted her
- Many ladies said that they would have been scared if a man approached them like that
A young lady with the Twitter handle @AnasiaJaneaaa has shown tweeps how her love story started through the DM.
Joining the 'how it started vs how it's going' trend, the lady shared a screenshot of the chat her partner sent her before they got dating.
In the chat, without any formality, the man told her he wanted her and the lady gave him her number. One of the four photos she posted shows her pregnant as they posed in front of their new home.
The fourth frame has her holding their kid. If this were a four-pictures-one-word game, the answer would be love.
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See her photos below:
Her tweet generated massive reactions on social media with over 61,000 likes as at the time of writing this report.
Below are some of the reactions:
"That’s it.. wow that bar is so low, it took nothing. That DM would have turned me off, I surely wouldn’t have given my number. Maybe I need to lower... ugh naw I’m good."
"The “i want you” would’ve had me block him but this is beautiful that it worked out."
"If I send 'I want you' to 9ja babe, na block industry straight up."
"Am I the only one who would be afraid to meet up with someone? I will respond to their messages but leave immediately if they ask to meet up."
"I’m looking at this like God why can’t you do this for me knowing imma ignore the next man tht text me, it never fails."
"Wow beautiful short story this is."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @obiiora showed that his love never died with the fading nature many people associate with Valentine's Day.
His post was in response to a tweet asking people if they are still with the person they went out with last year or they did the right thing.
In the photos he shared, the man's date could be seen smiling at him. The second frame is a monochrome photo showing the woman in a white wedding gown.