- Mzansi youths have recently shared with each other what they believe to be proper Christmas etiquette
- According to many of them, one should not stay around family homes for too long during festive if you're over a certain age
- A lot of locals explained how they prefer to spend their Christmas to avoid the usual festive drama that occurs in many families
In South Africa and perhaps even abroad, festive family feuds are an actual thing. Whether arguments arise from too much wine or about who should be doing the dishes, at least one fight is always expected. This is why a young lady, @fifimoeng shared some advice with her followers for the upcoming Christmas weekend:
"When you’re 25+ you should really just come home on the 24th of December and leave on the morning of the 26th before you start fighting anyone," she wrote in her tweet.
Soon the post was flooded with comments from Mzansians who weighed in on her advice. Read a few of their comments below.
"Why though. Am 26years and married but I still visit my parents and siblings for the entire festive. This year they decided to go back to the villages and I followed them as soon as work closed, yhuu I can't enjoy festive without them."
"Here for this energy, come and leave in peace before you argue with siblings about who’s turn is it to do house chores or who’s turn is it to sleep on the couch."
In other Briefly.co.za news, Samuel, a young man identified on Twitter as Ghana Kanye with the handle @sonofsamuel_ has caused a massive stir on Twitter with his recent declaration on social media. In the post sighted by Briefly.co.za on Kanye's handle, he shared a photo of his beautiful girlfriend and added the caption,
"No man can take you away from me, babe."
Thousands of people have been reacting to the post with many people saying that the gentleman seems to be biting more than he can chew. Not long after sharing his photo, Samuel's post was edited with the girl taken out of the picture completely, which caused another stir.
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