- One learner took it upon himself to vent his frustration in the best way he knew how and the act has gone viral on social media
- Feeling beaten up about not reaching his aspirations, a learner wrote a message to his fellow "pregnant girls" classmates
- Notably, the learner misspelt the word chartered account, instead opting to offer a self-styled version of the word
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In a post that has gone viral on social media, one learner blames his fellow "pregnant" classmates for his apparent failure to pay attention in class.
Brazenly, he pointed the finger at them for his inability to keep awake during lessons because they were expectant.
A Twitter user @Havana_Bloom shared the hilarious post, which shows an image taken of the displeased learner holding up his A4 size book with a message written out horizontally in capital letters and across two full pages in a large font.
The caption read:
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The half a dozen laughing emojis in the caption told the whole story as the user could hardly keep it together after reading the message from the learner.
On closer in inspection, the learner's message reads:
"If it wasn't for pregnant girls who made us fall asleep in class!!! Motho nkabe e le chachad accountant..."
Mzansi social media users were sent by the deliberate misspelling of chartered accountant, which amplified the learner's frustration.
The tweet attracted more than 4 000 likes, 1 100 retweets and hundreds of comments as Saffas took the mickey out of the learner.
Hilarious reactions to "chachad" accountant aspirations
The comments to the post were hilarious, and Briefly News was on hand to bring readers all the reactions.
"Maybe ubefuna ukuthi 'chatted'."
"I'm afraid to laugh [because] I don't even know the spelling, these girls destroyed our future."
"I didn't know the spelling of chachad accountant...I'm so embarrassed."
"I don’t think so with Cha English of yours."
"I would be very far as well."
'Voice principal': Misspelled school vice head title has SA bursting with laughter
In other funny news, Briefly News previously reported that a pic doing the rounds on social media shows someone painting the vice principal's title above the door frame at a school.
As it happens, an exercise that should have been a small matter of getting a simple four-letter word right turned into a complete farce as a Twitter user, @dayveedcody_ observed. Heading online, he shared a picture of the buffoonery.
The caption read:
Briefly News scanned through the hilarious comments to bring readers the reactions.
Hilariously, one user @simmssssss said:
"Na only mouth the principal get."