Stop The Search: This Man Has Won Valentine's Day
Jiří Praus has invented an everlasting flower that blooms every time you touch it.
The self-described 'hardware maker' Praus, has nailed the brief this Valentine's Day.
Instead of giving his loving wife a bunch of flowers he picked from the local florist or supermarket on the way home from work, he decided to hand make his wife a flower that will 'never fade' and never die.
The mechanical tulip blooms into an array of colours whenever it's caressed.
The video of this gorgeous creation has notched up more than 1.1 million Twitter views.
Women around the world have swooned over this solid attempt at everlasting love.
Beautiful but what is more beautiful is the fact that you have invented this put your time, effort and love into producing this for your wife ?— Angila ? (@AngwAngila) February 13, 2019
Wow, so romantic. A handmade gift from someone you love is really the sweetest thing. Thanks for the reminder/inspiration!— Sabrina (@briwhit88) February 13, 2019
What a beautiful gift to make for his wife. This is love ???— Natalie Graham (@NatalieGraham81) February 13, 2019
The kind of love worth holding out for ?— Erika Smalley (@erikaasmalley) February 13, 2019
We've got to admit, this guy has a point.
now what are you gonna get her next year ?♂️— Rodolfo (@winedrinker666) February 13, 2019
As you were, gentlemen.