His girlfriend refused his proposal in public because he was unemployed.
By NewsUpdateSA | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 0 views
His girlfriend refused his proposal in public because he was unemployed poor guy.
This unemployment increase is crippling the economy, society and now the marital affairs. This gentleman thought that it would have been romantic if he proposed to his girlfriend in public and for some reason the poor guy thought that his girlfriend was going to accept his proposal not knowing the embarrassment he was going to encounter.
His girlfriend did not compromise with the situation, she just exploded In front of this man trying to be romantic yet the lady had some other things going for her. In the history of proposing public, this particular proposal went viral on social media for all the wrong reasons.
The lady could have taken this situation in a less embarrassing way, she had full control over this circumstance. I bet the guy will keep HP’s proposals discreet from now own wards.
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