SA Lady Falls on 1st Day to Work, Still Grateful Despite Muddy Shoes

SA Lady Falls on 1st Day to Work, Still Grateful Despite Muddy Shoes

- A young woman recently celebrated her very first day at work with a heartwarming post

- In the post, she explains that she fell and unfortunately got her shoes very muddy but she was still very happy

- Many people loved the post, each taking to the comment section to share well wishes and messages of encouragement with her

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For many people, falling while on their way to work would put a big damper on their day, but not this young South African woman. She recently headed to Twitter to share a heartwarming and funny post about starting her first day as an employed woman.

@Bongs_Mahlangu happily took to the app to celebrate her first day on the job. She also added that unfortunately, she had an encounter with the ground which left her shoes very muddy - not that she let it get to her.

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"As a new employee ngithi HELLO GUYS even though I fell on my way to the workplace," she wrote joyously.

Her followers had this to say about the heartwarming Twitter post:

@presh_rabbit said:

"Congratulations Confetti ball sis you deserve it!"

@thee_sabrez wrote:

"Askies.. Mara why would you wear white sneakers edakeni?"

@Juks_Afrika said:

"I need to give you my boots for rainy and muddy days... Manje nawe ufaka size 2 enyaweni"

@Afrixion asked:

"How did you come to the decision to wear white shoes knowing very well that you will be walking on mud."

@MaetaRefilwe joked:

"Where do you stay?? my brother wouldn't mind giving you a lift to work every day, plus I'm tired of cooking for him, let's help each other"
SA Lady Falls on 1st Day to Work, Still Grateful Despite Muddy Shoes

This woman started her first day at work. Images: @Bongs_Mahlangu
Source: Twitter

In other lighthearted Briefly.co.za news, a video of a delivery worker has gained attention online after social media users were entertained by the contents. The footage showed how a woman, who is a self-admitted shopaholic, had crafted a plan to hide some delivery packages from her hubby after going a little overboard with her online shopping.

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The plan was to leave a note for the delivery worker which had a set of instructions to help her conceal all the shopping she had done on the internet.

An unsuspecting delivery worker then arrived with the homeowner's packages and found a note on the wall which said: "Read me." She then flipped through the instructions and they asked her to hide all the boxes cleverly across the property and not leave them at the front door.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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