Star-crossed lovers vow to never do surprises after failed out-of-country surprise
Like something out of a Wattpad story, a couple from London completely missed each other at the airport when they flew to separate destinations in an attempt to surprise the other.
Salma Saade recently took to Twitter to commemorate a memorable moment from her relationship. Four years ago on a trip to Paris, she decided to return home early to surprise her boyfriend. What she didn’t know at the time was that her boyfriend had planned on flying out to do the exact same thing. Just when you thought something like this could only ever happen in movies.
Happy 4 year anniversary to when I flew to Edinburgh to surprise Finlay and he flew to Paris to surprise me and this is why we don’t do surprises anymore pic.twitter.com/ZBJ4jCNZ4i
— Salma Saade (@SalmaSaade) January 12, 2021
Saade’s hilarious story caught attention on the platform, with 1.1 million likes on her tweet. The couple’s romantic gesture prompted other Twitter users to reply with their reactions. Seems like some of them have been feeling lonely.
— Sandy McAfee ⧖💙 (@SandyMcAfee) January 12, 2021
wow this is so romantic and lovely. God I want this. God when?
— k 🇳🇬 (@kxlechi) January 13, 2021
(That tweet answered by this:)
— Thia (@butterr_fly) January 13, 2021
Surprises are overrated. And also, surprises are underrated. I am officially morally opposed to surprises.
Stay tuned for my new podcast on Transparency. Is it good or is it bad?
— Georgia Went Democratic (@JSD8482) January 13, 2021
— Chero (@NandiBabe) January 13, 2021
— iraj (@brown_beghairat) January 13, 2021
cupid after he put the idea in both of you pic.twitter.com/izi2zJrj3L
— 𝐬𝐲𝐥𝐚𝐫✰ (@melly_io) January 13, 2021
According to a previous tweet on Saade’s profile, the couple have been dating for four years.
my boyfriend and I met on Tinder 4 years ago. we own a Dyson fan together. if that’s not long-term commitment I don’t know what is, Michelle https://t.co/bg3r5H3Llp
— Salma Saade (@SalmaSaade) September 8, 2020
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