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Journalist Hattie Gladwell took to Twitter recently, to ask her followers to share the cute but "not necessarily romantic" things their partner does for them.

And in the process, she made us all fall in love with her other half, who sounds like the CUTEST boy.

Why? Because he runs her a bath every night AND puts on the kettle in the morning.

It's the kettle bit that has us crying, tbh.

"Quote this tweet with one thing your partner does that’s not necessarily romantic but makes u love them a bit more," she wrote. 

"Mine runs me a bath every night without asking and puts the kettle on in the morning!"

Not surprisingly, the tweet has garnered a huge response, and many were quick to share the lovely things their other half does for them. 

"My husband braids my hair before bed because it's very long and curly and tangles in the night," wrote one. 

Another said: "He slows down how fast he eats so that we finish our meals together: I eat very slowly and get anxious about being the last one still eating at dinner."

One even said that her other half has been attending her yoga classes since the beginning." 

But our favourite has to be the guy who packs his partner a lunch every night AND draws her a little cartoon to go in with it.

Love is not dead after all, people. It is very much alive and well.


Working in an a big office can have it's ups and downs – from temperature disagreements to running out of coffee, the struggle can sometimes be real. 

Luckily, we're not accustomed to much drama in the office – which is why this viral Twitter threat had us enraptured. 

Uploaded by Zak Toscani, who acts as the narrator for the story, he details how his co-worker's lunch was stolen by someone, and how it all went down.

While a stolen lunch isn't a huge drama in the grand scheme of things, this well-executed story had us on the edge of our seats until the end: 


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