- A young South African man recently headed online to share a hilarious post about his first-ever heartbreak that took place 9 years ago
- The post features screenshots of the posts he was uploading while in the process of being left by his girlfriend at the time
- Locals were left laughing out loud by the post and could not helping making fun of the man's pain
Having your heart broken for the first time is something no one really gets over, a young man proved this to be the case after he headed online to share a hilarious post about the first time he had his heart broken by his first love.
The funny post that was made by the young man with the handle @Shonny_RSA, he shared screenshots of the hilarious posts he was making online at the time while in the process of experiencing the breakup from his then-girlfriend.
"On this day 9 years ago my very first lover broke my heart," he captioned the throwback post.
Locals seemingly had no mercy and were soon bursting from laughter in the comment section. Many of them cracked jokes about the things he was saying while in pain. Read a few of their comments below:
"Such cruelty bafethu, anniversary yani?!"
"O strong nouu? Bao phete gape?"
"It's the stars in between *plz* plz* were you crying while trying to load airtime?"
"She hurt you really bad"
"Man!! You've got a story to tell bro"
In similar hilarious Briefly.co.za relationship news, a viral video of a distraught young man shedding uncontrollable tears as he begs his ex-girlfriend for a second and last chance has erupted a buzz on social media. The unidentified man could be seen having a breakdown as he tearfully begs for the forgiveness of his former partner for a second chance.
From the video clip, it appears that his action informed his ex-lover's decision to end their romantic relationship. In the video which lasted less than a minute, the brokenhearted man promises to be a better person should he be given a second and last chance.
The video of the distraught young man's emotional and depressing moment as he appealed for a second chance has gone viral on social media.
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