A hilarious piece of relationship-and-style advice is resonating with women across Twitter: “Get a partner who makes you feel the way you feel when you realize your dress has pockets.”
Get a partner who makes you feel the way you feel when you realize your dress has pockets
— Kate Leth ✨ (@kateleth) November 18, 2017
A Burbank, California writer named Kate Leth offered the pearl of wisdom on Saturday and of the 15.5K retweets and 50K likes, lots could relate to the basic truth in love.
i need someone to make me feel like i look here then lmaooo pic.twitter.com/mlhN6UuK8R
— jolly randi (@Ioonylovegood) November 18, 2017
This made me think of my wife @8bitKnitWit
— Alexander James Paschall Jingleheimer Schmidt (@UnrealAlexander) November 19, 2017
Kate, this bar is too high.
— Linda McCann Jeffers (@LMcCJ) November 19, 2017
this is the most solid advice I’ve ever read
— ThatFakeGamerGirl (@KristenWoodfine) November 18, 2017
Omg, yes! so yes! Ah, this is pretty much the most romantic thing ever. Ahh, that surprise pocket moment. Ahh, love! (but seriously, this is actually a really helpful check-in which I will keep in mind! New goals. Thank you!!!)
— Laura McLauchlan (@jungiansitcom) November 19, 2017
This may be the best relationship advice I’ve ever read
— MistleRo (@SpicyTunaRo) November 19, 2017
I’m at the beach in Rio today and discovered my bathing suit coverup has pockets! #winning
— Jasmine Tyler (@jazzyjtyler) November 19, 2017
The moment I had realised both the jeans I bought from the women’s section had pockets large enough to hold my phone, a lip balm AND a small mirror
— Mai @exam month wooo (@iwantsyrniki) November 19, 2017
That person doesn’t exist.
— Catherine Montesi (@memontesi) November 18, 2017
Once saw a bridal gown with pockets
— Thaby (@Sedibyz) November 19, 2017
Leth did not return Yahoo Lifestyle’s request for comment.
Social media is a hotbed of relationship advice. An October video of Spelman University professor Jael Roberson’s empowering lecture on love went viral in which she said, “[If someone] wants to be with you, nothing will keep them from you. If someone wants to be in your life, nothing will keep them from being with you. Nothing. So if they can leave you, if they can text you, tell you ‘I’m out,’ let them leave…”
My professor had something to say today! pic.twitter.com/GyVrcLp5VL
— brooke (@_brookethegreat) October 24, 2017
The same month, Jake, who goes by @squidslippers on Twitter, sought out love advice from his professor, who helped him craft such eloquent texts he actually scored a date, much to the internet’s delight. In response, many shared their own lengthy measures for finding love.
yooo i have about 0 skills when it comes to texting girls so i legit asked my english professor to help me draft a text to a girl and we strAIGHT ETHOS, LOGOS, PATHOSED MY WAY INTO A DATE pic.twitter.com/oHwIDGEheA
— jake (@squidslippers) October 25, 2017
In August, a blogger named Nikki Penington struck a chord on Facebook with her unconventional marriage advice — “The secret to a long-lasting marriage is there is no secret at all” — earning 116K reactions, more than 132K shares, and 39K comments for her wisdom.