- Locals recently shared all kinds of hilarious family traits online
- This after the hashtag, 'things that run in my family' trended on Twitter
- Many locals joined in on the fun, airing out their families new and old norms
South Africans have really grasped the concept of humour. And when it comes to laughing at ourselves, we are the real pro's. They recently proved this to be true after an interesting topic trended online.
The hashtag #ThingsThatRunInMyFamily saw people sharing all sorts of crazy things that run in their families. Eating too many biscuits, having a family full of church leaders and neglecting each other are just a few of the things that locals said run in their families.
Briefly.co.za took the liberty of compiling a few of the most unique and funniest and sometimes saddest things that run in certain South African families. Read some of them below.
"Long term relationships most of them are married to their high school sweethearts #ThingsThatRunInMyFamily."
"#ThingsThatRunInMyFamily Nobody runs in my family, that's why we all complain about cellulite."
"#ThingsThatRunInMyFamily they have that tendency of eating in the bathroom."
"#ThingsThatRunInMyFamily : Acceptance that we are all very different! I love this the most! Everyone can be who they are and is loved regardless!!! No cookie-cutter here but it's the LOVE that binds us together that matters most: I have learned!"
"Division! Luck of helping one another. People have good jobs that they can use to get family members also employed but don't do it. They would rather help strangers and enjoy it when you go and beg for a hand out #ThingsThatRunInMyFamily."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, the ladies from the viral Vuli Gate Challenge seem to be getting the short end of the stick when it comes to impressing locals. This after they were invited to Idols to remake their viral dance moves on the show.
The girls received instant fame after the video started circulating on social media. Soon they became very sought after, even creating a hefty priceless to show up at Mzansi's most popular events and shows.
Their most recent appearance was on under the bright lights of the Idols SA stage. While they had the opportunity to shine, Mzanians were left disappointed and unconvinced by what they had to offer.
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