A lady recently caused a stir on social media after asking a guy out on twitter. As most people are aware things keep changing everytime. Hence some roles switch and you find women doing what is popularly known to be done by men. With that being said people were left in disbelief after seeing the post by Cynthia(her name on twitter).
Cynthia mentioned on her caption that this was something scary for her but willing to do it anyway. She publicly asked the guy out. People were really surprised that there are women who do not fear asking a guy out.
The guy responded on the tweet and agreed to go on a date with Cynthia. This was something that most people didn't expect especially given that people usually ignore such requests from social media. Some expressed how happy they were for her. See more of people's reactions down below;
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