Man 'Unfairly' Shades SA Ladies for Wanting a Man With a House and Car

Man 'Unfairly' Shades SA Ladies for Wanting a Man With a House and Car

- A South African social media user has taken to his account to lash out at women, suggesting they make extreme demands on their male partners

- @Dumisane_ alleges that South African women believe a good man should have a car and a house and this is an unreasonable expectation

- Fellow South African social media users have also joined the conversation but many women are left unimpressed

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A social media user has taken a jab at South African women who have raised their expectations as far as relationships are concerned.

According to @Dumisane_, he implies that Mzansi women should try to up their game and improve their lives before making unrealistic demands on the other gender.

Social media users shave also joined him and many seem to have the same experiences and have made pleas to the females in their lives to lower the expectations a bit.

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@ThandoClementyn said:

“I thought 'SA Huns' made it clear that they don't earn a salary, they only do volunteer work, hence the man must provide. Did you miss it?”

@TshepangMkh1 said:

“Stay away from broke unemployed women bro, you’ll live longer.”

@DrMitchZA said:

“Slow down Marc, this gender will say 'I hate men since all this is men's responsibility'."

@Benita_Reddi said:

“Just because they require men to have jobs and money etc. does not mean you need to spend that money frivolously... It's a very balanced approach.”
Dumisane is a talk of the town on social for sharing what Mzansi women see as an unfair statement. Image: Twitter
Dumisane is a talk of the town on social for sharing what Mzansi women see as an unfair statement. Image: Twitter
Source: Twitter

@Shaley_S said:

“There are ndodas (men) with cars and houses... those ndodas who can’t afford or see that they are nowhere close to affording will take offence.”

@BhekisizweMkwa said:

“You are brave brother. Hopefully, South African ladies will let you sleep after that statement.”

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@Literockstar said:

“High expectations and living within your means can peacefully co-exist.”

Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that there’s a saying that hunting the hunter actually makes the job easier for the latter, but that happened to be a different story in this video on social media.

A video went viral on Twitter in which a woman decided to make the first move on a guy at a club but it’s an unfortunate situation for the bubbly woman. The guy did not actually get the message as the woman seemed to be inviting the guy to the dance floor, however, the woman’s resilience was really tested.

The video clip showed the guy not falling for the woman, or it can fairly be put that the man was not picking up the signs that he was a hunted or wanted man.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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