- A South African lady has taken to social media to show off her bae and sons as they do household chores
- @pozcandy shared three images of the males in her life helping around the house by cooking, cleaning and doing the washing
- Her post was met with positivity from Mzansi tweeps who congratulated her and shared stories of their own
A South African woman has taken to Twitter to brag about her bae and sons. @pozcandy shared three images to the social networking site depicting the men in her life doing household chores. @pozcandy has truly left Twitter in awe.
In the caption, she spoke about her partner doing the washing, cleaning and cooking. She also added that the boys in her house have the same chores as the girls. She covered their faces with emojis in the images she uploaded.
Mzansi ladies took to @pozcandy's replies section to share how they felt about her tweet. A lot of the replies included praise and congratulatory messages aimed at @pozcandy. Some people shared stories of their own.
Take a look at her full post below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the replies left under @pozcandy's tweet.
"Such a blessing. Frankly, that's actually how it's supposed to be in every household. We need to work as a team. This whole business of one person being expected to do everything alone and still be everything to everyone is not realistic nor sustainable."
"Great, that's what I do at home. I can't expect my wife who I love wholeheartedly to be a slave. I prepare dinner, I clean and help with kids and that does not make me less of a man. Love it!"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a young man who gushed over his internet love. For this local couple, taking a chance and shooting a shot in the DMs ended in smiles. The two recently reminded Mzansi that taking a chance at finding your true love on social media can bring you the happy ending you were hoping for.
A young man, @minista_zw recently took to Twitter to share some heart-warming photos of himself and his bae looking all sorts of in love accompanied by a tear-jerkingly romantic message about how he slid into those DMs and found the love he was looking for.
Mzansi was here for the love, liking the post nearly 700 times. They also shared all sorts of comments beneath the sugary-sweet post. While some users tried to dampen their sunshine with the usual "it will end in tears" comments, the smitten guy did not allow them to get to him.
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