- A clip of a lady having a whole conversation with her pet dog has gone viral
- The clip, which was uploaded by a Twitter user Tsebo Mabeba, shows her mum speaking to the little dog with a stern voice
- Twitter users were left highly amused by the hilarious post
A little dog seems to have gotten into a bit of trouble with his owner. In a short clip that was uploaded by Tsebo Mabeba, the adorable dog is seen listening attentively as his owner, Tsebo's mom, sternly scolds him.
In the clip, which has since gone viral, it is uncertain exactly what the doggo did but his owner was not impressed. What did make an impression, however, was the fact that the little dog seemed to understand every word she said.
After he tried to walk away while she was talking she quickly says in Tswana, "Heyi I'm talking to you," which he responded to by staying put. And when she was done she told him he should go, which he obediently did.
Twitter users, who found the video both entertaining and relatable, shared similar stories of their dog whispering family members. Here are some of their comments.
"My aunt does the same. And it fascinates me how the dog actually follows orders given ka seTswana."
"She must become a dog whisperer."
"This is South Africa."
Briefly.co.za also reported children really are so honest. A little girl has stolen South Africans' hearts after her dad filmed her talking about the differences between him and her mom. The sweet little girl imitated both her parents to show how they react when she has done something wrong.
The adorable video was shared on Twitter by social media user @EzamaCirha, who captioned it: "This video still gets to me, hey this child sold her mom like that." In the video, the dad asks his daughter who gave birth to her and she answers:
"My mommy." He then asks her what her mom says and the little girl re-enacted her mother shouting: "Lithemba! Come here so I can beat you." Laughing, the dad asks how he reacts and the sweet girl used a calm voice to imitate him. "Hayi Lithemba, don’t do that," she said.
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