- A young South African man hilariously headed online to shoot his shot with a beautiful woman
- It all started when the woman shared that she was looking for someone who she could be serious with
- South African social media users found the entire thing super hilarious and were soon sharing their thoughts in the comment section
Only the brave survive when to comes to the internet and one young man looking for love is definitely very plucky. Heading online, the man hilariously shot his shot when he spotted a young woman looking for a man based in Pretoria.
"I need a fine gentleman... no chancers, please. I'm 28 based in Pretoria. #uMjoloWithAzola," wrote the stunning woman with the Twitter handle, @Natasha_Spill.
The young man, who clearly assumed that speaking Afrikaans would be his best bet, obviously did not take into account just how poor his Afrikaans skills would present:
"Speel jy WhatsApp?"
Mzansi could not deal with it and reacted to the funny exchange over 2.9k times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to laugh out loud while commending the man's bravery. Read a few of their comments below:
"This guy has an Afrikaans BEE certificate."
"Now this is how you grab the land."
"Jy is die HOND of die life."
"This one is going in the legend of the book."
"Homie representing gents very well."
"Uyawudlala wena bafo WhatsApp wangikhumbuza inkabi zangakithi 'wesisi uyawudlala WhatsApp'."
In other funny Briefly.co.za news, Sarah Langa has taken to Twitter where she vented that she was miserable at the moment. She learned that her crush from university just proposed to his girlfriend.
Mr Smeg offers her a shoulder to cry on. She was conflicted; on one hand, she was happy for the girl, she'd found a really great guy and she is gorgeous but Sarah was not happy and confessed that she was miserable.
"Omg! My university crush just proposed to his girlfriend today. Meanwhile, I'm divorced and single AF! I'm so happy for sis cos she secured a really good guy and she's gorgeous but wow I'm also miserable."
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