You can’t believe this, people who met on different social media platforms are now living happily married life.
It’s bizarre but the fact is in the new global world, you don’t need to worry about the fees and demands of a typical ‘’RISHTAY KRWANY WALI AUNTIE’’ or the matchmaking woman.
The new such aunties are Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, which are nowadays new matchmakers. And this is no surprise in our digital world.
Social media has blurred lines between real and virtual world opening more avenues to reach out to people.
An intriguing tweet, photo, or even a blog post can inspire a total stranger to make a comment. For many, these comments are the beginning of a conversation that, for some lucky ones, turns into a relationship.
We have seen different stories of love affairs on social media that leads to marriage and this is totally adorable.
This trend is worldwide and people don’t feel ashamed and hesitate while talking about their stories instead they found it unique and they are PROUD of it.
THEY MET ON INSTAGRAM—
They commented on Instagram, emailed and Skyped for months. All the while their many Instagram followers watched the inspiring love story unfold through pictures and posts. (Their engagement announcement post got more than 10,000 likes!) Robin says it was Instagram that got her out of her comfort zone, and reignited some spontaneity in her life. “If I hadn’t been on Instagram, we wouldn’t have connected; it opened me up to seeing other people’s adventures, and carrying those people around in my pocket.”
A 41-year-old American woman traveled all the way to Pakistan to marry a 21-year-old boy from Sialkot.
Speaking to the press after Nikah ceremony, Kashif said that they became friends over popular social media website instagram.
THEY MET ON TWITTER—
Another inspiring story of a couple who met on twitter. Although they did not share any details but the twitter is flooded with their Pictures and all their twitter fan wished them a happy and blessed life ahead.
I asked him if he liked me and he said 'Yes' and here we're husband and wife now Allhamdulilah 😋
— Biya Ali Zaib. (@BiyaAli9) July 20, 2019
I would love to advice the youth that social media is the world to be handled with a great care. We meet strangers here and it is necessary that we make lot of work to know the other person before making any commitment.