Love is patient and love is blind only when your partner is the right one. This is South Africa. Our nation has taken dating(mjolo) to the next level. An example of this is a lady who made this tweet about her boyfriend. "I met this guy 3 days ago. I can't live without him", she said.
The relationship is in its prime just after 3 days. Could it be that this lady is exaggerating or does she really feel this way? For many, the only time they can say I can't live without him is when their relationship has been on for quite some time. It might be that she has not been in a relationship for a long time now.
She got mixed reactions from the tweeps. Some believed that she was just rushing things while others saw it as an amazing moment.
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