- A South African mother took to Twitter to express the "trauma" she experienced as a result of her daughter
- The mother managed to catch her daughter red-handed eating a block of cheese
- Mzansi tweeps joined in with their own "caught red-handed" images
Say cheese! A mother caught her young child with a block of cheese in her hands. In a post uploaded to Twitter, @LoveAsandies (Asanda) shared two images: one of her daughter holding a block of cheese and the other depicting the damage done to the cheese.
According to @LoveAsandies, her little girl climbed into their fridge in order to treat herself to a large block of cheese. In the caption of the tweet, @LoveAsandies said she was experiencing some trauma due to this.
South African Twitter users took to the replies section to show @LoveAsandies that she was not alone when it comes to food-loving children as they shared images of their own little ones.
Briefly.co.za took a look at the over 300 comments to see what Saffa tweeps had to say.
"Look those eyes, she is so cute. She doesn't see the problem like you do. Don't make her feel guilty as she will not understand why. Make her nice sandwich with cheese. Kids don't have patience, it's just the way they are."
"She's just tasting it to see it's okay for you to eat. She's protecting you."
"It was the dog. My queen was trying to save it from the dog. It's unfortunate that you didn't arrive in time to see the dog stealing the cheese..."
In other news making South Africans laugh, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a failed attempt at the #JerusalemaChallenge. In a video uploaded to Twitter by QueenMatso, the ladies can be seen attempting the dance rather clumsily.
While some managed to get the gist of it, others looked around for guidance while nearly slapping their fellow dance member with their hair.
It was just a mess. While the ladies didn't exactly ace the challenge, they did managed to entertain Twitter users who laughed at their lack of coordination.
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