Video of Mzansi Adults Playing Childhood Games Sparks Demands for a National Event

Video of Mzansi Adults Playing Childhood Games Sparks Demands for a National Event

- A video has surfaced on social media showing adults playing childhood games and has led to requests to set a day for a national event

- The clip was posted by @LucyM_More and has attracted massive reactions as many are calling for a special holiday to commemorate the joyful memories

- Briefly News looks at the reactions as some are seriously missing the good old days where there were no mobile phones or social media apps

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It’s a story of taking a trip down memory lane for one social media user who posted a video clip of adults playing childhood games in the street. The lady has dropped a cool video showing adults as just being 'kids'.

According to @LucyM_More, she says she would like to recreate the games played in the clip and has asked for volunteers to relive the memories.

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South Africans have quickly hit the comments button and some are hurt as they didn’t get such a privilege after growing up in the suburbs and not in the townships or rural areas.

South Africans adults playing childhood games. Image: @LucyM_More/Twitter
South Africans adults playing childhood games. Image: @LucyM_More/Twitter
Source: Twitter

The post reads:

“Sbwl to recreate this any volunteers?”

South Africans hit the comments section

@Sabellionaire said:

“We missed out in these games because we grew up in the suburbs.”

@Fibrereloaded said:

“Lets play ama tin tuu. I'll bring the tennis ball, or the smoothies for "safela sweetsi".”

@IamShaddy said:

“Osare tennis ball....we used to wrap sand ka panty hose chana.”

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@DyndzisaniB said:

“Can the Lord just take us back please to the days where there was no loadshedding.”

@Tempo_420 said:

“A time when none of us had to check WhatsApp or Twitter or Insta... didn't even have phones.”

@Marvi_H96 said:

“I am in. Who doesn’t want positive vibes.”

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@Lungilee_M said:

“Drop location!!!”

@LucyM_More said:

"Let's go mami... 26th June Fountains Valley... 12pm."

@Mpilo_Perci said:

“Count me in ngikhathele ukuba mdala.”

@TS_Muffins said:

“We were truly happy without cellphones and social media, we were creative keeping ourselves busy njalo.”

Mzansi lady meets a childhood friend

In a similar story, Briefly News reported that a young lady has taken to social media to celebrate reuniting with her childhood female best friend after 16 years of being apart.

In a Twitter post, @mandyretsuko shared a throwback picture side by side a photo they took when they reunited.

Both friends seemed to have experienced remarkable transformation in both fashion sense and look from the childhood photo they took at a library.

@Brianna85634659 sharing an old picture wrote:

"COULD ANY ONE HELP ME FIND MY 5TH GRADE FRIEND? Her name is Aoi Nagamine and we had a forming friendship but SHE MOVED BACK TO JAPAN and I never got her number or got her address so I could write her letters. If any one knows her social medias please send it to me."

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Source: Briefly News

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