The man standing in the aisle next to his wife. Photo: Courtney Lee Johnson/ Twitter
Love is priceless. We all know that love is blind and can make you do anything in life.
A couple took their lovely relationship to a different level.
A photograph of them in an aircraft has been doing the rounds on social media.
The man left his seat and stood in the aisle for 6 hours so that his wife could use a row of seats to get some sleep.
Twitter user Courtney Lee Johnson shared the photo. Courtney said, “This guy stood up the whole 6 hours so his wife could sleep. Now THAT is love.”
Love at the end of the day, is not about sharing flowers and taking each other out on a dinner date. It is about such sacrifices that make all the difference.
Another Twitter user, Elle Woods said, “That is the ultimate love, but with a little travel experience...you know to just lay in his lap and then he can lay his head on your hips. There’s a formula lol.”
But not all users were happy with the approach.
One user said, “Why can't she sleep on his lap as he sits?
This one is a charade.”
Another commented, “She couldn't just lie across HIM?! I won't judge their marriage. My hubs is the kind of man who would do this for me, but I am not the kind of wife to ask this of him!”
Another just commented, “Selfish.”
At the end, it was love that prevailed. Seeing the couple’s love story, it speaks volumes about their affection.
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