- South Africans are being very critical of one local guy who says he is an experienced tiler and urges his peeps to hook him up
- The guy took to social media to display one of his latest tiling jobs and is asking social networkers to contact him for a quote
- However, many locals are not entirely convinced the handyman is good enough to get a job and are criticising his work
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One South African guy is causing a stir on social media after displaying his capabilities on social media. @Marvin says he is an experienced tiler and is looking for more jobs.
The handyman took to social media to brag bout his job and skills but it seems he has irked the social networking family as they don’t believe he is good enough. He is pleading with Mzansi peeps to hook him up and contact him directly should they need his services.
He wrote on Twitter:
“I do tiling, support me please. DM for a quote.”
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The post reads:
Briefly News takes a look at the reactions and some of the netizens are not so kind to the skilled worker.
“Hahaha sorry for laughing.”
“Why couldn't you at least tile according to the pattern of these ugly tiles ke. Like can you not see the flower pattern?”
“That's what I was asking myself.”
“Tiles are not ugly. Only the "tile pattern" doesn't match accordingly.”
“Nka screama hore.”
“You failed your Grade 10 mathematics and it shows with your grout spacing, not to mention the waste with filling the empty sides.”
“This is utter nonsense... But then again the person who hired you doesn't have taste maan, those tiles look like a 70s dinner set, jerrrrrr.”
“Marvin bathong you only had one job.”
“This one needs caning. The tiles are wanting but at least he should have got the pattern right.”
Haibo: Mzansi people in disbelief and react to lazy work on road marking
In a previous post, Briefly News reported that social media users are amazed as they look at a photo of road marks that went wrong. The social media account holder is not happy with how one of the streets is marked.
The photo shows a road marking or a barrier line that was not properly painted and many social media users feel the workers were just lazy.
Although it remains unclear where the road is located, the post by @Lindz_Malindz has attracted so many reactions.
@Spha9272 said: “In business, we don't do favours, we what we get paid for and you must always stick on BOQ.”