Mzansi Discusses Which Profession They Think Has the Rudest People: “People Who Actually Work With People”

Mzansi Discusses Which Profession They Think Has the Rudest People: “People Who Actually Work With People”

  • A Twitter user asked the TL what profession they think has the rudest set of people working under it
  • Peeps mostly named those in customer care or customer service jobs, such as cashiers and taxi operators
  • It seemed that the nursing staff of Mzansi got the brunt of it as social media users roasted healthcare workers under the post

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Social media user @Getseen360_ posed a question online and got Mzansi talking about what profession has the rudest set of people. It seems South Africans debated a lot but many spoke about people in customer care jobs.

Nurses, cashiers, taxi operators and government office workers were the most common answers left under @Getseen360_'s tweet. Peeps did come in to attempt to defend their jobs but it seems Mzansi was not having it.

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Nurses appeared to get the worst of it with tons of commenters even sharing experiences they've had with hospital staff.

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Take a look a the post that sparked the conversation below:

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South Africans share what profession they think has the rudest people

@TJaedin said:

"Nurses, security guards and receptionists."

@RicardoRidu shared:

"It gotta be the nurses and police. People who think they doing us a favour doing their jobs."

@Thlolo15March responded with:

"Everyone who works for Government."

@DamiBabbyy wrote:

"Taxi drivers, cashiers and nurses."

@therealxolo tweeted:

"I would say, nurses and teachers."

@Matema_ added:

"People who actually work with people."

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Some social media users believe that the couple should be married before even thinking about taking such a big step while others feel that peeps will know when the time is right. The mixed responses from Mzansi really make for a good read.

Some social media users believe that love will determine when the time is right

Simangele Nzwakele shared:

"1 day after paying lobola."

Portia S Mampane revealed:

"As long as we make each other happy, doesn't matter after how long... Been staying with my bae for two years now; I couldn't be more in love."

Source: Briefly News

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