- A young South African man recently headed online to celebrate buying a new car only three months after crashing his previous car
- Taking to Twitter, the man happily welcomed his new baby home by sharing some pictures of himself by the car
- Many locals were very impressed by how quickly he was able to bounce back after writing off his previous car in the crash
Life is always better when we start to believe that everything happens for a reason - even the disastrous things that set us back. A young South African man recently experienced this after he bought a new car following a car crash only three months before that left his other car completely totaled.
Heading online, @Ling_14 shared pictures of himself standing proudly with the biggest smile ever next to his brand new baby. And judging from that same smile, one can tell that he is so happy for his new beginning with his new ride.
"Welcome home," he captioned one of the few pictures he uploaded.
Very soon locals were in the comment section congratulating him on his new whip, also sharing messages of support regarding the fact that he was left having to buy a new car in a short period of time.
Read a few of their thoughtful comments below:
"Fall down 7 times get up 8. Kushiwo njalo angithi? Congrats man."
"Don't like it unless it's brand new huh? You love to see it."
"That looks better than the old one."
In other heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, imagine walking into the dealership and getting the keys for your brand new expensive Mercedes Benz? Many people do not need to imagine and @LatoyaMatona is one of those that no longer need to dream about it happening for her.
The young lady recently headed online to share the exciting news of her brand new and stunning set of wheels - a beautiful Benz. In the caption of the post, she says that she can't believe that the car actually belongs to her, and we can completely understand.
"Days later & words still fail me Loved right," she captioned the absolutely heartwarming Twitter post.
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