- A mug with a lipstick stain has gone viral on Twitter and most peeps think they know exactly what went down
- This after Twitter user @Comfy_motsow claimed her bae had explaining to do
- Twitter users ran in to defend @Comfy_motsow's bae with some rather peculiar reasoning
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What would you do if you found a lipstick stain that's not yours on a mug in your bae's house? Social media was utterly shocked when @Comfy_motsow (Miyelani) posted up a picture of a mug with lipstick stains on it captioned:
"He'd better explain this to me."
The post has been retweeted 1 000 times and has over 2 000 likes. The replies, on the other hand, are growing by the second. Some Twitter users are in shock, some are angry, others want answers and many are defending @Comfy_motsow's significant other.
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The varying reactions from Twitter users make for some comedy gold. Here's what some Saffa Tweeps had to say:
"I would like to apologise for him. I sell Avon and he wanted to buy you lipstick. So I was showing him different types of colours. See-no-evil, See-no-evil. I forgot to wipe it off cause he made us coffee. You have a good man sis."
"Went to the shop to try out lipstick to buy you. Guess he didn’t wipe it off thoroughly. He cannot be that careless. Wait for your lipstick gifts."
In other viral social media news, Briefly.co.za recently reported a waitress who received a tip equal to the bill in a random act of kindness. A tip equal to the bill is what a Western Cape waitress recently received in a touching #ImStaying moment. Facebook user Michelle Williams shared Valme Jooste's original post to the Facebook group #ImStaying.
An image was attached with a caption, the image shows a bill of R820. The diners added an extra R820 to the tip section of the bill with the total being R1 640. They drew a smiley face and hashtagged ImStaying.
Facebook users on the #ImStaying group were absolutely gobsmacked at this wonderful deed.
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