- @Realsoulkaay's mother is a sweet soul who packed her up with groceries before she leaves home
- The young lady is moving from Limpopo to Gauteng and shared an image of the boot of her car filled with groceries
- Her sweet post made many South Africans think about their own mothers while others commented on the amount of mayonnaise she had
@Realsoulkaay is leaving her Limpopo home and her mother could not let her go empty-handed. The young lady shared an image of the boot of her car packed with groceries purchased by her loving mother.
According to @Realsoulkaay's tweet, she's moving to Tembisa, Gauteng. South Africans have now zoomed into the image she shared to ask questions about the items her kind mother bought for her trip.
Some are bringing up the four bottles of mayonnaise while others are talking about the tinfish and baked beans.
Take a look at her tweet below:
Below are some of the odd and wholesome responses she received:
"The way I hate tin fish yhoooo."
"It's the order and how nicely everything is packed in the boot for me. There'd be a shoe peeping on the left side and a hairdryer competing for space on the other side if this was my boot."
@sherley_mazive responded with:
"That's how I left Welkom to Klerksdorp also. Moms are the best."
"Are you somehow related to Minister Tito Mboweni, because wow girl."
@Omphile_Katlego responded with:
"Mothers are the best."
In other mother-daughter news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a mom who shared the special relationship she shares with her daughter. @Mokgadi_Heart recently headed to Twitter to share a heartfelt post about how her daughter has remained opened and honest with her mom - something many parents yearn for.
The post also includes a beautiful pic of the lovely mommy and daughter duo.
"When she says "Mama I love that I can talk to you about anything," I know I did something right," she warmly captioned the post.
Soon the post received nearly 2 000 likes and many of her followers also took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
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