Many couples stop to celebrate their anniversary and one of the most common ways to do this is to go out for a nice dinner. The post of an American woman reminded users that sometimes you can "break down" and experience some discomfort.
Many couples stop to celebrate their anniversary and one of the most common ways to do this is to go out for a nice dinner.
The post of an American woman reminded users that sometimes you can "break down" and experience some discomfort.
A couple's two-year anniversary dinner took an unexpected turn when Daniela's girlfriend mistakenly ordered a dish that cost more than $300.
Her boyfriend Andrew's reaction quickly went viral online and many were surprised by it.
On her TikTok, Daniela shared a video taken at the restaurant, where she explained how Andrew suggested she get a wagyu steak, which she followed.
The problem arose when she mistakenly ordered a larger portion that totaled $312.
"My meal was $312 and his was $48," is one of the captions that appear on the post.
@ikingdani Throwback to our 2 year anniversary #wagyu #sandiego #fypシﾟviral ♬ use this if youre gay – alex ◡̎
In the next moment, Andrew jokingly tries to make his hands shake as he puts in his card to pay the bill, which a voice in the background says Daniela thought she was going to break up with him at that moment.
The young American explained how she left the restaurant in tears, while her boyfriend held her hand and told her that he would "laugh about it in a few months".
The video was watched by more than 4 million people, while the reactions of the users were not missing.
Among other things, they admitted that they were surprised by the calmness of Daniela's boyfriend and many wrote that they would "at least offer" to pay half of the bill.
After all, since it's a slightly older recording, it looks like the couple skipped this dinner after all, and Daniela has revealed below that they didn't get anything spectacular for that much money.
“It was 8 slices of wagyu and some leaves on the side.
It wasn't even good," she concluded.