- A beautiful young South African woman recently shared a then and now post of herself on Twitter
- In the post, the young woman admits that she was a teacher's pet while she was in primary school
- Many locals loved the adorable post each taking turns to compliment her on her glow up in the comment section
A young South African woman recently shared an adorable before and after post on her Twitter page. The heartwarming post features a picture of her as a little school kid in her uniform and another where she is all grown and glowed up.
In the caption of the post she also hilariously exposes herself for being a teacher's although she also admits that the photo kind of gives the truth about her love for working closely with teachers away instantly.
"I looked like a teacher’s pet. Yeap I was," she wrote in the caption of the heartwarming Twitter post.
South Africans clearly love the post as they reacted to it over 8 000 times. Many of them also took to the comment section to share their thoughts on the cute post. Read a few of their comments below:
"I have to ask, do you guys get free marks for snitching, carrying books for teachers."
"You were those ones who would remind the teacher about the homework they forgot."
"You look gorgeous in both pics."
"You didn't change that much cutie."
"And I'm sure you complained about why you got 98%, what happened to your 2%"
In similar Briefly.co.za news, Tshepiso Vanessa Ralehlathe shared a lovely 'How it started vs How it's going' post of herself and her baby girl. The first image shows her little girl in a pram with a bottle while the second post shows her sitting in a chair.
The adorable throwback had peeps feeling all kinds of warm and fuzzy. Not only did Tshepiso's baby girl grow up but she is still as stunning as ever. South Africans took to the young mom's replies section to share their compliments and love for the sweet mommy-daughter duo.
Tshepiso's heartwarming post gained over 5 600 likes from thoughtful locals on the social networking site.
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