- A funny photo of an uncompleted and shabbily-built Mzansi double-storey home was recently shared on Twitter
- In the photo, the house, which still needs a lot of work done, is visibly very badly built and could do with plenty of repairs
- Locals shared various hilarious reactions to the house in the busy comment section of the post
Many South Africans are making the decision to forgo buying homes so that they can build themselves the properties of their dreams - a recent photo of an unbuilt home suggests that this may not be the best decision in the world for everyone.
In a post that was shared on Twitter by popular Twitter user, @AdvoBarryRoux, an unfinished double-storey home has raised many eyebrows. The home, which needs a lot of work done, also looks very unstable.
"Banna," @AdvoBarryRoux captioned the photo of the home and after looking at it, it's easy to understand why.
Many South Africans shared the poster's sentiments on the home and wasted no time heading to the comment section to share their hilarious thoughts on it. Read a few of their funny comments below:
"At least he won't need a TLB for this one... A fork and knife is enough."
"I know the house, yile Vhenda side of Vhuwani."
"Show me the builder."
"This is not a double-storey, ke ka godimo le ka fase."
"I don't know why this building is reminding me of the excavator."
"It’s better than nothing."
In other funny news about houses, Briefly.co.za reported that a local man was recently heard in a hilarious clip that as shared online by @Advobarryroux, joking about breaking down the two-bedroom home that he had built for a woman with whom he is no longer involved.
In the clip, the man is driving behind a tractor while he jokes that he would like to recruit it to help him break the house down. He can then be heard saying that he should go ahead of the tractor so that it could follow him to the house.
"South Africa remains unmatched," @AdvoBarryRoux captioned the clip.
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