Europeans have learnt a new Afrikaans phrase thanks to Marelize

Europeans have learnt a new Afrikaans phrase thanks to Marelize

- A video has been shared where residents in the South of Spain try their hand at Afrikaans

- What makes the video so hilarious is that all of the Spanish people in the clip can only say “My F*k, Marelize” when it comes to using the language

- Mzansi was left in a fit of giggles seeing how far our clumsy viral cyclist has travelled via the world wide web

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A recent video posted by Good Things Guy shows a man asking people in the South of Spain if they know any Afrikaans and the results are hilarious.

Every Spanish person that the man encounters joyfully yells, “My f*k, Marelize,” the phrase that was coined earlier this month from a viral video of a young Afrikaans cyclist.

Briefly.co.za reported that, in the original viral video, 19-year-old Marelize was in the process of learning to ride a bicycle and she felt a rugby field would be a safe spot, as any falls would be cushioned by the grass.

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Marelize’s mom, Heidi, recorded the ride to aid with any areas of improvement thereafter.

However, when she crashed into the rugby post, her mom couldn’t help but say, “My f*k, Marelize."

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To Mzansi’s delight, this phrase has taken off in a huge way and now there is evidence that even in the South of Spain, Marelize’s hilarious bicycle trip has done the rounds.

To watch Marelize’s legacy making it big in Europe, see below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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