There’s no shame in finding love on an online dating site. The likes of Tinder and match.com have made quite the number blissfully happy. One lucky gem is a living testimony to the goodness in these sites because she met her fiancé there. The 3rd year records and archives management class in Makerere has a girl that met her night and shinning armour on an online dating site.
The man that managed to woo her after a courtship period of six months is from the UK. I have no clue as to how their sexual life was covered, but I guess they got creative because they are now engaged. After holding her breathe for six months, her man flew in specifically to meet her and her parents. All this went down the previous holiday through the traditional ceremony called Kuchala.
I don’t know that many people that have online dating accounts, but then again no one opens up to meeting someone on a dating site. Society deems it ridiculous, it’s like you’re emotionally impaired to meet someone in the real world.
I have personally watched a number of thrillers where girl meets boy online, girl falls in love, girl meets boy physically, but boy isn’t as charming as he was on her screen. His actually boarder lining into a creeper. But then again, you don’t tell love when to come your way and in which form it is to come. So all we know they could have an amazing eternal love together.
After school this May, this newly engaged mama is scheduled to go meet him up in the UK to start their lives together. What continues to baffle me in this whole equation is the fact that she has literally physically seen the man for only three days. That is how long he spent in the country before flying back to the UK. This evidently doesn’t bother her because she’s willing to spend the rest of her life with him…. The things we do for love.