"So Guys Also Do This": Pics of Man Chatting to His New Love Leave SA in Stitches

"So Guys Also Do This": Pics of Man Chatting to His New Love Leave SA in Stitches

  • Hilarious snaps of a young man chatting to his new boo have left Mzansi social media users in stitches
  • The man can be seen sitting inside a wheelbarrow and even on top of a house while talking to his new love on his cellphone
  • Tweeps laughed out loud at the guy with some ladies asking if gents also go though such behaviour when in love

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Pictures of a young man on the phone chatting to his new love have left Mzansi social media users in stitches. The hilarious snaps were shared online by @IsMeEmmanuel.

Pics, man, new love, SA in stitches
Funny snaps of man talking to his new love on the phone left Mzansi in stitches. Image: @IsMeEmmanuel
Source: Twitter

The man in a red T-shirt and blue jean can be seen sitting inside a wheelbarrow, on top of a house, on top of a stationery car and even sitting on top of his dog.

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The man in love saved his boo's number as New Love. Most of the peeps reacted to the snaps with laughing out loud emojis. Briefly News also saw the funny snaps when they were trending on Twitter.

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Check out some of the comments from tweeps who reacted to @IsMeEmmanuel below:

@Shabie04 said:

"So guys also do this?"

@precious_moi wrote:

"Poor dog."

@Tebogo_Jaeger commented:

"Leave the dog out of it."

Pretty lady celebrates bagging PhD at just 29 years

In other news, Briefly News reported that a young lady took to social media to celebrate bagging a PhD in Town and Regional Planning. She is only 29 years of age.

The excited student shared that she got her degree from the University of Pretoria on 16 September. Dr Kundani Makakavhule's good news was shared by Varsity World on Facebook. Part of her post reads:

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"What a journey! I will remain committed to the work I have begun in Academia, the Town and Regional Planning Industry, and most dear to my heart - I will remain committed to my presence in the lecture room because representation matters!"

Social media users took to Varsity World's comment section to congratulate her.

"I'm from the United States. Congratulations Dr Kundani Makakavhule in obtaining your PhD in Town and Regional Planning. You're on the path in becoming a Global STEM Leader. The sky is the limit!"

Source: Briefly.co.za

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