Lockdown fun: Husband and wife hilariously switch clothes, SA reacts

Lockdown fun: Husband and wife hilariously switch clothes, SA reacts

- A husband and his wife, Merica Gugu Masimula, decided to have some fun over the weekend during the lockdown

- Masimula and her hubby dressed in each other's clothes and posted photos online

- Her post generated thousands of reactions and South Africans loved their spirit

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A woman, Merica Gugu Masimula, took to the #ImStaying Facebook page on Sunday to show off how she and her hubby had been entertaining themselves on the 10th day of the 21-day lockdown.

Masimula revealed in the post that she dressed up in her husband's clothes and he dressed up in hers.

She attached several images showing her wearing her husband's jeans, button-up dress shirt and shoes.

Masimula's hubby on the other hand rocked a pink dress, headscarf and wedge shoes - which were way too small for him.

Take a look at Masimula's post below:

Lockdown fun: Husband and wife hilariously switches clothes, SA reacts

Screenshot of Merica Gugu Masimula's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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South Africans loved the post and it generated over 34 000 reactions.

Ennie Banda commented:

"Wow so cute guys keep it up that's love."

Sneash Mazibuko added:

"This relationship will last forever. The perfection of falling for your type."

Natty Israel said:

"Oh my word guys I can't."

Nombulelo Dyantyi wrote:

"You've made my afternoon. Giant wife."

Tracy Leigh Saville commented:

"You guys having fun! You're a wonderful couple and you made my day."

The lockdown might not be everyone's favourite part of the year so far but it has managed to bring families closer together.

Briefly.co.za previously reported man and two children, whom he dubbed his "besties", were lauded for their incredible creations.

The trio built replica models of informal settlements, complete with shacks, roads and vehicles. Their achievement has inspired many South Africans.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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