- A local woman recently had her followers howling with laughter after sharing a TikTok clip showing how a TikTok user thinks people used to pose back in the day
- In the clip, the woman can be seen doing a variety of hilarious and spot-on poses that many of our parents were captured in photographs doing
- Mzansi was left laughing out loud even sharing pictures of their parents doing some of the poses she showed in the clip
A local woman has left Mzansi following out of their seats with laughter after sharing a post in the form of a TikTok video made by @Lesetja95 about how the older generation of South African women used to pose for pictures.
Many days were made by @Aus_Naledi's post as thousands of South Africans whole-heartedly agreed with the poses @Lesetja95 was seen doing in the clip. Taking to Twitter Naledi captioned the funny post:
"Why’d she climb the tree?"
Locals were left laughing out loud though absolutely agreeing with the post. Some of them even shared pics of their folks doing the poses. Read a few of their interesting tweets below.
"True. I was going through her pictures the other day... Nothing has changed"
"It's the lying on the ground pose for me."
"These were their influencers... They were being introduced into the Roman Catholic art forms/belief systems (The Garden of Eden Rainbow) so our parents were following the trends of their surroundings."
"took me out when she climbed the tree."
In similarly hilarious Briefly.co.za news, a local man recently shared a heartwarming Twitter post about moving into his beautiful new home - only, it was not his home. The man with the Twitter handle @Shonny_RSA shared pics of the stunning apartment which he captioned:
"Just moved into my new home."
Not long thereafter, Twitter investigators had caught him out in the lie, sharing pictures of the place that was actually a lovely guesthouse in Polokwane that he was sadly trying to pass off as his "new home." Many of them headed to the comment section to ask him why he lied about getting a new home.
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Source: Briefly News