Old snaps resurface: Mzansi dubs mischievous pair 'future engineers'

Old snaps resurface: Mzansi dubs mischievous pair 'future engineers'

- After a year where the nation's children were safely tucked away at home the festive season holidays are showing parents flames

- Bongiwe Malunga shared a photo of two sheepish looking little dudes next to a

- The little ones had opted to give mom's ride a makeover and peeps found the moment hilarious

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Bongiwe Malunga has provided some comedic relief to parents suffering this festive season with bored children.

The Mzansi woman posted snaps of the aftermath after two boys got bored and gave a car a makeover.

Malunga took to social media to share photos of a VW coated in oil, commenting that:

"No Christmas clothes for these two."
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The two little boys looked suitably guilty in the hilarious snaps. Image: @BIndlovukazi
Source: Twitter

With lockdown shutting down schools for months and now the silly season holidays, many parents can relate to the incident.

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Take a look at just a few responses to the post after it went viral below:

@Boipelo_Joy: "Kids are very unpredictable and curious no matter how careful and cautious you are they will always find something extreme to do."
@Cmbulele_Mag: "Future engineers. Forgive them, they were just experimenting with something that'll be very useful in future."
@SkedoKimZ: "Look at how innocent they look while still standing on the crime scene."
@DzanibeNhlanhla: "You very lucky, technical skill showing itself at this age. The boys are engineers! Please help to build on this skill."
@optimallove: "You better go and buy the Christmas clothes now before I tell Twitter the terrible thing you did when you were like them."

However, the pictures are actually from an older post from around two years ago, Briefly.co.za gathered.

Take a look at the earlier post below:

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Thabang Fortune Manyathi took to Facebook and shared an inspirational post in the #ImStaying group in which he paid tribute to his adoptive father. Thabang reveals that he was adopted at just 6-months-old.

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He revealed that his dad, Duncan Roland Krause, gave him a life and made him into the man he is today and admitted that without him in his life he would have failed.

Thabang said that their relationship was like that of many parents and kids, they had their ups and downs but he is eternally grateful for what Duncan did for him.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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