- South Africans are great at recycling and reusing, especially containters
- When opening a fridge, one is often confronted with Rama and ice-cream tubs filled with leftovers
- Pitsi Lamola proudly showed off her set of 'Tupperware' online and Mzansi could relate 100%
We all remember opening our fridges and cupboards and finding things stored away in unusual containers. Sometimes its a biscuit tin and other times it could be an ice-cream or margarine tub.
These usual, meant to be disposable items, have become Mzansi's unofficial Tupperware. They are often used to store all sorts of things from leftovers to sewing supplies.
A woman, Pitsi Lamola, shared a pic of her 'Tuppeware' on the Facebook group #ImStaying and Mzansi could 100% relate.
"My Tupperware ❤️♥️❤️♥️#im staying."
Here is what Facebook users had to say about Pitsi's 'Tupperware' collection:
"I like them too, but do you guys know the feeling of coming back home after school, hungry, craving for some snacks and you open fridge then get ice cream container full of uncooked chicken intestines(malana)."
Collette Mateboho Mkhwanazi:
"If you come to my house and taking leftovers, you get those not Tupperware "
Tshegow Blessing Matotong Motlele:
" My granny calling every container Tupperware . And always ask for them back
I'm staying ♥️ "
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Facebook group #ImStaying is crawling its way into hearts yet again after a viral post of a South African nurse was posted to the group. Nonhlanhla Mamba posted a picture of herself and a colleague in full protective gear with smiles only visible through their eyes.
Nonhlanhla started off the caption with:
"I love my job. My workplace is my happy place. I forget my troubles when am here."
The post has almost 300 reactions and the comments are rolling in.
In other news, a video of firefighters in Portugal doing the #JerusalemaChallenge has made it's way to the #ImStaying Facebook group. Three firefighters in full uniform can be seen getting down to Master KGs hit song. The video has 1 500 reacts and 738 000 views since it was posted to the group.
This international hit is putting smiles on South Africans' faces as the pride of our dance moves are going global. Stayers have shared the video 173 time so far and the comments keep coming in.
The #JerusalemaChallenge is becoming the pride of our nation as more and more internationals are taking part.
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