Woman's kind offer to strangers: Don't spend Christmas alone

Woman's kind offer to strangers: Don't spend Christmas alone

- A lovely young lady has shared a sweet post online aimed at those who are spending Christmas alone

- @OnaMahlangu on Twitter shared that she would be having a Christmas lunch with her friends

- The young lady then created an open invitation to her followers asking them to DM her for more details

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@OnaMahlangu is a young Twitter user with a heart of gold. The young lady shared that she would be having a "young Christmas lunch" on 25 December with her friends in the Pretoria East area.

She extended an invitation to those who would like to join her and her friends given they were unable to be with their own family and friends. She told those who would like to join her to direct message her for more details. She followed it up with another tweet:

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"It’s been such a tough year, nobody should be spending Christmas alone hleng."
Woman's kind offer to strangers: Don't spend Christmas alone

This young lady offered those who are going to be alone on Christmas to join her and her friends for lunch. Image: @OnaMahlangu
Source: Twitter

Take a look at her tweets below:

Below are just a few of the lovely responses she received:

@m_ramatsimele wrote:

"This is such a great initiative."

@Tumijt said:

"I won't be going home to. Yesterday a friend at the gym invited me to come over for a braai. The joy in my heart."

@teegoodiez responded with:

"This post made me so happy Red heart. Sending blessing in abundance to you and your friends."

@KNKhunou added:

"I love this sis... Just make sure y'all sanitize and the works akere! You're an amazing human being."

@_Zuri_1 tweeted:

"This is such a thoughtful gesture."

In other Christmas-related news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported on Mzansi's mixed reaction to Christmas Eve. This year has been a tough one for many across the globe and a large majority of people are trying their best to get their Christmas spirit going.

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Given that today is 24 December, it's natural for "Christmas Eve" to trend online. However, it's not normal to see sombre and quite simply, heartbreaking posts during such a magical time of the year.

There are those people with a natural Christmas or holiday cheer that are responding to others posts with jolly and merry things in an attempt to improve the mood.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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