- The Kaizer Chiefs official page recently took to Twitter to wish South African matriculants good luck with their final exams
- The post received an unexpected response from Saffas, who rather resorted to complaining about the team's recent performance
- Many soccer fans also started lighthearted debates among themselves about the various SA soccer teams
Kaizer Chiefs recently received an unexpected response from South African soccer fans after they took to their official Twitter page to share their well-wishes with South African matriculants who are writing their final exams for 2020.
"Good luck to all the matric candidates and all the students writing their exams. #Amakhosi4Life #MatricExams #Matric2020," they wrote.
Twitter users, avid soccer fans and South Africans seemingly could not help themselves from dragging the soccer team. Many of them shared their disappointment at the team's performance in recent games.
Read a few of their hilarious comments below.
"It was gonna be better if you guys were winning and not stressing them. Either way good luck to them."
"Nowadays we watch to see how they pass football and ball control, which they are failing, and some learners are depressed as they wanna draw inspiration from Chiefs kodwa ke."
"Ya'll can't even pass the ball, tsek!"
"At least they will PASS, unlike a certain so-called legend who is holding the team back."
"I wonder which luck you are wishing them with because it appears as if you have run out of luck."
In other Briefly.co.za funny exam news, 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.
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