- A local man has gone viral after he posted the punishment his ex-bae made him do
- Twitter user @MotloutsiShimmy shared a picture of the lines he had to write out for his bae,. who still dumped him afterwards
- SA tweeps were left in stitches by this crazy form of punishment that didn't even save his relationship
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A disgruntled man has taken to social media to share his story about being dumped by his bae. Twitter user @MotloutsiShimmy, shared a picture of what has reminded many South Africans of school punishment.
@MotloutsiShimmy bae made him write out "Sorry, I promise I will not do it again," on a series of A4 pages as a sort of punishment. @MotloutsiShimmy followed what she said and wrote it out multiple times.
This didn't stop his bae from dumping him though. @MotloutsiShimmy's tweet has gone viral with almost 5 000 likes on the social networking site. Saffa tweeps rushed to his replies section to share their thoughts.
Take a look at his tweet below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the replies left under his tweet:
"My fav punishment to them kids when I was a teacher. They hated it. Bhala 100 lines. I must do my homework. I must not be disruptive in class, it is not okay. Me: make sure you cross the t's and dot the i's and also don't forget commas and fulstops."
"Please give us her number, we want to make her our main speaker at the Women's Conference next year. She is leadership."
"She dumped you because of this. What nonsense is this? Girls don't like someone who doesn't have a backbone."
In other relationship news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a bride who was dumped at the wedding altar by her groom who she dated for 10 years. A brightly dressed bride with a sparkling and dazzling wedding gown was left with an egg on her face after a groom she had dated for 10 years failed to show up for the big event.
Sasha Aristide, 29, had spent three years planning to get married, unaware of the impending humiliating experience that would hit her hard on D-Day. Sasha, who is a nurse, said when she met Kevin Hyppolite, office manager, 10 years ago and fell in love with him, all was rosy and fancy.
In December 2017, the two lovebirds got engaged and started planning for a flashy wedding that would cost R318k. Things went well with Kevin constantly keeping in touch with Sasha to ensure everything was running smoothly.
However, it ended in tears.
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