Mr. Shiningstar Diengdoh and Ms. Aafreen Bhartiya recently became an overnight internet sensation when they started a YouTube channel called “How to survive on love?”
The couple documents their daily routine on the channel and offers advice to young couples who want to start a family but unable to do so because of insufficient funds.
“Live On Love.”
They start off their day by giving each other a peck on the cheek. “Breakfast is for the capitalists. We do not adhere to the rules set for us by society,” asserts Mr. Diengdoh.
“A peck a day keeps the doctor away,” insists Ms. Bhartiya.
They admit to have never been sick or unwell. Their love protects them from the evils of the world and the pandemic is a testament of that. They call the Coronavirus pandemic a ploy by the government to separate the haves and the have nots. The vaccine, a method to insert tracking devices into the general populace.
They believe that capitalists are the scourge of the earth; that wealth must be shared. They share their opposing views on Twitter, routinely from a Starbucks nearby on their plethora of Apple products.
“Love does wonders for nourishing the body” exclaims Ms. Bhartiya as she notices my confused demeanor during the interview. They are adamant that food and water are not as necessary as commonly believed.
For lunch and dinner, they either satiate their hunger by means of a couple’s therapy session or on an extremely hungry day, a couple’s massage at the local 5-star hotel. “We lead by example. We are evidence that love does work. Money is only a social construct designed to make the rich, richer,” asserted Mr. Diengdoh.
Special guest appearances are also very common on their channel. Mr. Strawbarry Rymbai, a friend to the couple and a regular on the channel, relays his experiences as a coffee addict who cannot sleep without it.
“A shot of espresso helps me sleep like a baby.”