He Couldn’t Get Off Work to Pick Strawberries, So His Girlfriend Brought the Strawberry Field to Him
Japanese work culture can often lead to long working hours and frequent overtime in the office. When one Twitter user couldn’t follow through on a cute date due to work restrictions, his girlfriend decided to bring the date to him.
According to SoraNews24, Twitter user rikujimasukuman, who is with his first girlfriend after 24 years of being single, promised to take her out on a strawberry picking date. However, as the day of the actual date came closer, rikujimasukuman found himself busier and busier with work, making things quite difficult for him to take a day off.
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An Asian couple’s sweet moment at a nail salon in California became a source of envy for many netizens after a Twitter user took a photo and posted it online.
Orange County resident Lea Adame said a “cute” conversation got her attention while getting her nails done at a local salon.
After only a week of dating, Timothy Chee began sending his now-wife Candice Catherine handwritten love letters, the first of which started with a capital “W.”
Candice, 25, received 13 more letters during the Australian couple’s three-year relationship with each love note starting off with a capital letter that would eventually spell out the words “Will you marry me.”
Pen Pineapple Apple Pen, or the PPAP song by Japanese comedian Daimaou Kosaka aka Pikotaro has spawned a massive number of parodies on YouTube when it went viral two months ago. While some are entertaining, a great majority can be described as a general waste of bandwidth.
Japanese band White Jam, however, did something entirely different by releasing a Christmas version of the PPAP song with a romantic twist.