- A farmer revealed that he uses a luxury car to perform chores on his farm
- He says city folks use these cars to chase skirts, he chases cows and apparently it is a common form of transport on farms
- Social media users were divided on the practicality of the vehicle while others were 100% supportive of his choices
A farmer who goes by the handle @cde_king on social media has posted an unusual picture online with a surprising caption.
He revealed that he uses a luxury vehicle to get around his farm and perform chores. He hilariously says that city folks use these cars to chase skirts, he uses it to chase cows.
"Common mode of transport at the farm... City dwellers will beg to differ, they use such cars to chase skirts, we sometimes use them to chase cows... priorities."
Social media users were devided and left their opinions in the comments section:
"Live your life my guy and stop hating on others. You’ve made great choices FOR YOU, khawusiyeke thina city dwellers to make our mistakes. STAY IN YOUR LANE AND STOP LOOKING FOR APPROVAL. Well done!"
Dlamini Thabiso asked: "Hawu Cde but why not purchase a bakkie?" to which Comrade King replied: "I have bakkies, but this is my car of choice today."
Another person write thet used to collect wood using a Lumina back in the days. Comrade King replied:
"And there's absolutely nothing wrong with that, I need to get a Lumina as well, prices are just ridiculous these days."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that a kind-hearted farmer recently took a truck driver to the ocean for the first time in his life. The trucker, only identified as Aaron, had never seen the sea with his own eyes in his 46 years on earth.
According to the SA Long-distance Truckers Facebook page, Aaron was in the Namaqualand district to deliver feed for farmers in need.
While he was talking to the farmers, he heard that the ocean was only 20 kilometres away from the area. His only wish after he heard that was to go to the ocean and walk in the water.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that the dream of entrepreneurship has never been more important than it is right now as job security is threatened due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
One young Cape Town woman is embracing her skills as a farmer and making sure she provides for herself as she has begun selling spinach.
The 27-year old Ncumisa Mkabile has been planting spinach on land in Khayelitsha. The spinach is ready and it is now time to harvest.
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