We all have relationship goals, many of which we can usually see on the internet.
Twitter user Rachel Dang posted a very cute video of her parents, with her dad waving his chopsticks in the air as her mom belted out a love song.
On her Twitter account, she said that she heard her mom singing downstairs; so she went down and saw her dad waving chopsticks in the air.
She then decided to take a video of their sweet moment and posted it because she thought it was “funny and cute”.
I hear my mom singing downstairs and I go to look and LOOK AT THIS !!! MY DAD IS WAVING CHOPSTICKS IN THE AIR!!!!! OML MY HEART !!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/Wcdrj4imd1
— Rachel Dang (@dangitrachel) March 26, 2018
Speaking to the BuzzFeed News she said “My dad told me that my mom was singing and he wasn’t paying attention, so she kept looking at him, and he realized that she needed him to be her fan while she sang. Since he was in the kitchen, he quickly grabbed a big stir fry chopstick to wave it like a flashlight while she was singing.”
She added that her mom loves singing and often sings around the house. In the video taken her mom was singing “Em Khong La Duy Nhat” (I Am Not the Only One) which is popularized by Toc Tien, a Vietnamese model, actress, and singer.
Rachel’s tweet immediately went viral with around 123,000 retweets, 436,000 likes, and over 6.69 Million views.
— Rachel Dang (@dangitrachel) March 27, 2018
Her parents know that they have gone viral and think it was hilarious. Her mother even joked that each person who watched the video should pay them $1. Well, some people actually donated.
Hey guys! I totally posted this as a joke, but some of you actually vemoed! As of right now I have $27 and my parents decided that they wanted to use the money towards the first month of sponsoring a child. Thank you everyone for venmoing me and for supporting my silly parents 💕
— Rachel Dang (@dangitrachel) March 28, 2018
Rachel’s parents, Bill and Kim have been married for 23 years. No wonder that their relationship got stronger over these years, we all need a strong support system. Kudos to this happy family!