- A South African Twitter user shared a hilarious fumble he made earlier today and tweeps love it
- @Sgoloza_Esmehlo forgot to pack his training shoes and decided to complete his session at the gym with his work shoes
- His tweet quickly went viral as Saffa tweeps found it the incident quite funny
South African's know how to make do with what they have. Regardless of the situation, Saffa's always "make a plan." This happened recently to a local man who forgot to pack his training shoes before going to the gym.
Twitter user, @Sgoloza_Esmehlo, posted an image of his fancy, formal work shoes to the social networking site with the caption: "I forgot to pack training sneakers, I now look like a clown."
@Sgoloza_Esmehlo's tweet was uploaded earlier today and has already received over 2 000 likes, almost 700 retweets and the replies section is closing in on 400 comments. Tweeps found his fumble to be absolutely hilarious.
Take a look at his original tweet below:
Here's what some Saffa tweeps had to say:
"I've been there. At least y’all do weights. Mina I was on the treadmill."
"Gym is temporary, drip is forever."
In other funny news making headlines, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a hilarious photoset of a short love story. A local man shared what he calls a "long story short." In picture 1, a lady is attempting to kiss the man who has moved his entire body in the opposite direction of her.
The second picture is of the same man, smiling, with a thumbs up, and a drink. The post was uploaded to Twitter by @Mzwakhe_Isaac22 yesterday and South African tweeps are living for it. The tweet has gained a decent amount of likes, retweets and responses as tweeps share GIFs and memes in response.
The man looked extremely happy in the second picture, after swerving the woman. People congratulating him for being faithful although it is unclear whether or not he is in a relationship. One tweep with the handle @NobodysMakoti2 said:
"He-eh girls please stop trying this in public yoh. Phela we're taking losses left and right."
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