- @Thandoxmyeni took to Twitter to complain about having to share his burger and cold-drink with two of his siblings
- According to him, after his mother gave him the burger and Fanta, she also made him share it
- Most Twitter folks were full of laughter while others sympathised with the poor oke
Sometimes having siblings can be hard. While it's nice to have some help with chores, it isn't so nice when you have to share a single meal with two other people. Those of us with siblings can relate.
And so can Twitter user @Thandoxmyeni.
The young man took to the Twitter streets to complain about having to share a cheeseburger and Fanta orange drink he had gotten from his mother with two of his siblings.
The cheese burger, in true sibling unspoken rules, was divided in three meticulously equal pieces while the drink to accompany it was also poured evenly in three glasses.
Some Twitter users found the post hilarious and shared similar experiences while others thought the guy was sweet for sharing.
"This is the exact story of my life le chocolate split into 3 pieces.''
"You’re a sweetheart."
This Twitter mom, @deeree_m, approved of the tweep's compliance to share.
"I'm such a mom, I read the tweet, saw the pic and literally nodded in approval! #noreturn #momlife," she wrote.
This user @vuyiswa612 said,
"I was gonna give them bites like "Luma, nawe luma" and call it a day."
Briefly.co.za previously reported about a tweep who uses the handle @danielmarven and recently brought some attention to two white siblings who speak fluent Tswana even though they are based in the UK. Daniel posted a video of the pair conversing as they walked around their UK neighbourhood.
He captioned the clip:
"(These two), it's either they come from Mamelodi, Atteridgeville or Mabopane. They're in the UK."
The brother and sister appear to have a blast as they walk through suburban UK streets while speaking Tswana. Peeps loved hearing a Mzansi language being represented in the UK.
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