- A hilarious clip of a man shouting at people who take time to complain about their friends who don't always help them out
- In the clip, the man basically tells such people that instead of complaining to should find work and keep themselves busy
- Many South Africans seemed to agree with the guy in the clip while others simply laughed in the comment section
We have all heard the phrase 'when days are dark, friends are few' which basically means when you need a friend you can rarely find one. A man in a funny clip has criticised people who always quote the phrase when they are going through tough times.
In the clip that was shared by @advobarryroux, the man can basically be heard telling people instead of complaining that they don't have friends that they can rely on, they should get a job or find something that will keep them busy.
"Banna," @advobarryroux captioned the hilarious clip.
Very soon many South Africans were in the comment section either agreeing with the man or going against what he had to say. Read a few of their interesting comments about the clip below:
"I would legit cry being told I'm a lizard."
"Mara somewhere there is a very valid point."
"It's the "Lizard part" for me."
"Much needed on Choose day morning. Hauweng jou lizards."
"Go and do something positive". How he says it sounds like a joke but it's a point there. We just got to go out there and make things happen. Sometimes we complain about people who don't even care. They're out there living their lives to the fullest. We got to get moving too."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, nothing sparks regret more than missing the person you once took for granted. A young South African man with the Twitter handle, @IamPakoMolema recently took to the app to share some relationship advice with his followers about love and relationships after he lost his wife because of his own mistakes.
"On a serious note though. I missed my ex-wife deeply yesterday. I realised I'd probably keep on missing her for the rest of my life. I hope people in good relationships don't mess up as I did. It is hard to come to terms with that kind of messing up. To all who had kind words. I thank you from the bottom of my heart," he wrote in the heartbreaking and heartfelt post.
While many shared kind words of encouragement, others added a bit of salt to his wounds.
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