- A young lady has taken to Facebook to share some questionable yet hilarious advice with matric students who are about to write exams
- In her funny post she explains how she always starts sentences in a particularly difficult paper with what she refers to as "Hamlot" English
- Facebookers were left laughing out loud by her crazy suggestion, also wishing her luck with her exams
A young lady, Thobeka Felicia, recently left Stayers in Facebook's ImStaying group laughing out loud. She recently took to the popular group to share a good luck message with matriculants who have started writing their final exams.
Thobeka also decided to share some pretty wild and not-to-mention hilarious advice for those of them finding themselves stuck on what to write during the difficult papers that sometimes render students hopeless.
"Good luck to the matrics of 2020. As a university student myself, I have 14 days left till I write my philosophy exam and I'm scared because philosophy readings are a bit complex to understand when written in Victorian English. However, I always have a plan of action.
"I'll start off the paper with "Henceforth" just to add that Rajah spice in the sentences and then at the end top it off with,"In that regard". This way the lecturer marking my paper will see I'm not here to play games. Call me Hamlot if you will," she laughs in the funny post.
Facebookers were left falling out of their seats from laughter, taking the time to wish all students good luck and laugh at Thobeka's advice.
In similar touching news, Briefly.co.za reported on a proud young man who recently headed to Facebook to share a heartwarming post about his dad who raised him. In the post that was shared with ImStaying, he shared pictures of himself and his dad who looked after him alone since he was a child, on the day of his graduation.
"I just wanna take this moment and tell the world that even with the help of one parent you can still make it. I'm grateful to God for my dad's life. He has been so supportive ever since. Today I managed to make him the happiest father ever. For that, I'm staying," he wrote in the Facebook post.
Facebookers were truly moved by the heartwarming appreciation post and headed to the comment section to both congratulate the young man and commend the proud dad on raising his son so well despite the many challenges that come with parenthood.
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