- 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.
Nurses appeared to get the worst of it with tons of commenters even sharing experiences they've had with hospital staff.
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
"Nurses, security guards and receptionists."
"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."
"Taxi drivers, cashiers and nurses."
"I would say, nurses and teachers."
"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