- Local twins have shown up online in big numbers to take part in a #TwinChallenge
- The challenge started in Facebook's ImStaying group, and saw many twins share pictures of themselves together
- Locals loved to see it, sharing many compliments and kind words in the comment sections of the various posts
There is no doubt that twins are special, and being born a twin is a one of a kind blessing. Recently, Facebook timelines were blessed with pictures of many different twins after #twinchallenge started trending online.
The fun and heartwarming challenge first started in Facebook's popular South African group, ImStaying. While it is unclear exactly who began the challenge, soon pictures of twins were being shared left, right, and center in the group.
Meanwhile, happy-go-lucky Stayers absolutely loved to see it. Many of them liking each and every pair of twins. A lot of them also headed to the comment section to either compliment, express surprise at how some identical twins look so much alike, and to share kind words.
Read a few of their comments below.
Sonia Chwaita said:
"Buy 1 get 1 free ❤❤❤I love twins shame."
Zintle Madia Mzayiya joked:
"I wonder how does it feel to see yourself from a distance."
Nomvula Hlela Madlula said:
"I wish I had twin."
Koketso Maapola said:
"Wow also working in the same field..so twins vele have the same interests in clothes, careers, cars and everything?"
Prosperous Vhonani Nesengani said:
"I love them."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, South Africa is blessed with many different races and rich cultures. Each of these comes with their own traditions and of course, traditional dress, which are all unique and beautiful in their own ways.
South Africans recently and very proudly took part in a challenge to show off their traditional clothes after Facebook user and ImStaying group member, Elly Vilakazi, prompted them to join the #TraditionalWearChallenge.
Very soon the exciting Facebook post was flooded with stunning pictures of the various interesting and wonderful traditional attire that proudly represents South Africa's beautiful and vast traditions. The various posts were flooded with likes, shares, and comments.
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