Haibo: Mzansi in Stitches Over Woman Who Said "Unborn" Instead of "Newborn" Baby

Haibo: Mzansi in Stitches Over Woman Who Said "Unborn" Instead of "Newborn" Baby

  • Social media users told a young woman to go back to school after her picture's caption went viral on social media 
  • The lady had shared the picture of herself carrying a baby and captioned it: "The feeling of holding an unborn baby."
  • The popular Twitter account @AdvoBarryRoux took the screenshot of the young lady's post and shared it on Twitter, making it go viral.

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Image: @AdvoBarryRoux/Twitter
Source: Twitter

Sometimes typos or little grammatical errors get the best of us on these social media streets. A Facebook user fell victim to this and found herself trending on Twitter after referring to a newborn baby as an "unborn baby."

The post caught many people's attention, and they have since taken to the @AdvoBarryRoux comments section to react. @Maes1980 blamed the woman's tattoo. He wrote:

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"Aye...it's the compass on the shoulder it's not giving right directions."

@Tamlyncanwyk1 wrote:

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"I’ve never seen a smart girl with that hairstyle. All they talk about on the socials is what men must do for them, sex, and alcohol. It’s all they exist for."

@Sir_Mango_V said:

"And the minister of basic education is currently our president jooh ."


"I Think The Gel In Her Her Is Making Her Not Think Straight Since She Bachazed Her Hair Her Brain Is Also Bachazed."

A woman on Twitter shares that her boyfriend dumped her because she speaks poor English, SA laughs at her pain 

Briefly News previously shared the news of a young lady whose relationship ended in tears because of her English.

Language barriers can be a huge problem in many relationships, especially if you live in a diverse country like South Africa. @Siyamthandalala shared that she found it difficult to communicate in English, which cost her her relationship. She hilariously posted her sad news by Tweeting in bad grammar, and people couldn't help but laugh at her 

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Others said they did not blame the guy for leaving her, while many said the guy was wrong for leaving her just because her English was not perfect. 

South Africans online had a field day on Twitter, posting Twitting bad English and posting memes to make @Siyamthandalalafeel better.

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