- A video of a South African man’s hilarious experience has been doing the rounds on the social media streets
- In the clip, @yungearn is seen breaking a sweat as he mentally prepares himself to shout the stop he needs to get off at
- Judging by the comments, the pressure to shout your stop loudly, clearly, and confidently is something many Mzansi peeps can relate to
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A South African man took to social media to post a video portraying the stress and anxiety that overcomes him when in a taxi.
Online user @yungearn posted a video on TikTok which shows him edited into a photo of commuters onboard a minibus taxi. He is seen breaking a sweat as he braces himself to shout the stop he needs to get off at.
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He is so overcome with anxiety that he ends up mixing up his words saying “short robot” instead of “after robot” and “after left” instead of “at the next left”.
“I can’t be the only one who feels like this,” he captioned the post.
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The pressure to shout your stop loudly, clearly and confidently is real. Many Saffas appear to identify with the man’s struggles as they responded with similar sentiments on the post.
Check out the funny clip and the comments below:
taheer jardine reacted:
“You think you know pressure? Sit in the front.”
“Please make it a sound.”
Seipati Cleopatra commented:
“Mina ngihle ngithi. Ngcelukusala.”
Boer Kisser shared:
“When the driver doesn't hear you so now you have to start a new life in Voetsekfontein.”
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In another story, Briefly News reported that from the loud music, the witty taxi driver, the chatter of passengers, right down to the strange mechanical breakdowns. The culture of minibus taxis in Mzansi is a vibe that is unmatched.
Another funny part about commuting in a taxi is the bumper stickers that one often observes both inside and outside the vehicle.
Images of a few examples of such stickers were shared by online user @thuso_thelejane on Twitter. The stickers comprise funny, witty, and sometimes rude phrases and quotes for passengers’ amusement.
“SA Taxis stickers are wild jooh,” the post was captioned.
Source: Briefly News