Thai Girlfriend Gives Boyfriend Bouquet Made of $3,100 in Cash

A viral video showing a girl giving his boyfriend a bouquet made of 104,000 Thai baht ($3,271) is making everyone envious this upcoming Valentine’s Day.

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The viral clip, which was posted on Facebook earlier this week, shows 20-year-old university student Pilaslak Puenchoke surprising her boyfriend, only known as “Tua,” at a restaurant for his birthday. And as a surprise gift to him for the special day, she gave him a bouquet of cash.

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Incidentally, this also acts as a Valentine’s Day gift to the man coming from his girlfriend, who earned all the money by selling cosmetic products online.

Image via Facebook

The bouquet was his birthday and Valentine’s gift in one,” Pilaslak said while speaking with Coconuts. “He’d want men’s stuff, and I don’t know what to pick out for him. I saw the idea [of a money bouquet] on Instagram and wanted him to have it.”

As for her boyfriend’s reaction, though, she said that he was totally caught off guard with the money bouquet surprise.

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He was happy and said he didn’t expect something like this. He said he’d be happy with just a birthday cake from me,” the university student said.

While money sounds quite reasonable as a gift, food in the form of a chicken nugget bouquet that one Filipino boyfriend gave to his girlfriend during Valentine’s Day last year also works.

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