File photo of a couple showing each other love: Courtesy
On Valentine's Day, many couples had to enjoy shopping or share special recollections with their loved ones, but an African man and woman wanted to be different.
The design of the woman known as Mrs. Zanga and her husband was not Valentine's day, which is naturally shared by traveling to exquisite places or wearing costly clothes.
As Mrs. Zanga wore a red dress when doing so, they agreed to go to the farm to build ridges with a shovel.
Some would think it's very odd for anything like this to be posted on Valentine's Day, and for them to be proud of it.
Mrs. Zanga also went on to present some video recordings of how on Valentine's Day they enjoyed themselves on the farm.
It's clear just from gazing at the screenshots above that Mrs. Zanga and her husband are all right and content to celebrate their Valentine's Day at the farm.
As a consequence of this, several social media users have reacted.
Do you think there's nothing wrong with going to the farm and enjoying Valentine's Day?
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