A man who goes by the name of Soup lord left people in disbelief after he took to Twitter to share the sweet short story; about how he met his girlfriend. This man's girlfriend is from China. China is different from South Africa and other countries, in China learners are learning in their language, unlike South Africa where you need to learn English in order to qualify for anything. With that being said, The majority of Chinese are not fluent in English.
According to this man, he is in a relationship with this Chinese lady, and he asked her out in Zulu and "And they say Zulu don't speak to other languages. Ucabanga ukuth ngimushele kanjani? (I approached her in my home language, what do you think?. You are absolutely right! Ngimushele ngesizulu and she had to translate for herself (I asked her out in Zulu)" proudly revealed Soup Lord.
People rushed into the comment section to share their thoughts on this. Some people were not surprised because love is blind "The love language is the universal language, bro focus you gonna understand each other" said a Twitter user. " Chinese they don't speak proper English, instead they prefer sign language" said another Twitter user.
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