Girl Books A Whole Cinema for Boyfriend Check Out What He Plans to do.
By GeeScore97 | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 1304 views
With this month being the month of love a lot of couples are going all out to spoil each other with gifts , while some couples do the most outrageous but yet romantic things , like book a whole stadium like in the case of Lerato Kganyago who was spoiled by her husband , who booked a whole stadium for her and booked zonke to perform for them or in the case of khanyi mbau and her new boyfriend , who surprised her by filling a room with a lot of flowers.
A girl took to Twitter to share that she wants to book a whole cinema so that her boyfriend to play FIFA , she than preceded to send an email to sterkinkor who than replied telling that they will send her a quote , It might sound outrageous but it is quite romantic. What is the most outrageous but yet romantic thing would you do for your partner. Comment below.
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