- A local lady recently took to Facebook to share how her crush had paid for her expensive nails
- In the post, she also explains that all crushes should display similar acts of generosity, telling them to crush accordingly
- Many ladies seemed to agree with the post, sharing it over 1 000 times
A young South African lady, Qhamkile Dutchess Mazibu recently headed online to share some advice with those who have a crush on someone. Her advice included telling those with crushes to "crush accordingly."
This basically means to spoil those they are crushing on with acts of generosity such as paying for things like hair and nails on a regular. Her advice comes after her crush had sent her money to do her pricey red nails.
"So I put my natural fingers on my status saying I'd love some red nails, this other gent who has a crush on me said I must go do them, and immediately after saying so he sends the money. ♥️
"Dear other crushes do you see what other crushes are doing for me. ♀️ Please crush accordingly. Otherwise thank you, good Sir," wrote Qhamkile.
Meanwhile, Mzansi ladies and gents had the following opinions about the post:
Whitney Nkwatheni said:
"Leen my gou sy nomer tog., of stuur hom my vingers ook."
Siyanda Jola Cjiekella said:
"Man met n plan"
Mercy Nomakhwezi Basson said:
"That time kos naels nie eers 500 rand nie your crush deserves a medal."
Malcolm April said:
"We fighting a lost case."
In other Briefly.co.za reports, a woman has caused a stir online after footage was posted of her struggling to eat her meal due to her long, manicured nails. In the video, which was shared by Twitter user Emmanuel Oyiti, the woman can be seen attempting to eat fish in a bowl of soup.
She tries to accomplish this with her hands but her manicure seems to be making it difficult. The video then shows the woman becoming frustrated with her lack of success from one method, so she tries a different one and begins to use the tips of the long nails to eat the fish.
Social media users were captivated by the video, and flooded the comments section of the post to share their thoughts. A tweep with the handle @haybelll wrote:
"Germs could even be in those long nails."
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