Lol: Locals Share Hilarious Responses to Finding Out Bae Is Pregnant, Some Are Lowkey Savage

Lol: Locals Share Hilarious Responses to Finding Out Bae Is Pregnant, Some Are Lowkey Savage

  • South Africans have gathered on social media to address a hilarious matter in which they were asked to reply as a SA bf finding out his bae is pregnant
  • The hilarious conversation starter was brought to light by Twitter user Mitchelle Karoro (@mitchellekaroro)
  • “Who is the father” seemed to be the starting point for many Mzansians who tried their best to show off their wit and humour

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Mzansians are no strangers when it comes to the art of problem-solving. So when Twitter user Mitchelle Karoro (@mitchellekaroro) presented South Africa with a challenge, locals banded together to address the serious matter once and for all.

“'Babe I’m pregnant'. Reply as a South African boyfriend," raced through the minds of many Saffas. With wit, humour and a few memes, Mzansi made quick work of the question, offering a stream of hilarious and perhaps risky responses to those with partners who could see their solutions.

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Mzansi, full of jokes, bae tells you she's pregnant, reply like SA bf
A local had the timeline laughing themselves to tears after asking her followers what they would do if their bae's were pregnant. Image: Stock Photo / Getty Images
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Some South Africans have decided to approach the problem with scepticism and distrust. Needing more information, the question “who is the father” seems like a great place to start unpacking this challenge. Take a look at the post below:

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Check out the wit-filled answers below:

@Mankaeza won some hearts with his response:

"No you're not pregnant mara we are pregnant baby."

@realTre_Mad responded with:

"Who's the father of your child?"

@ShadrackMolete has an escape plan:

"Babe ke busy(nyana) ka something I will get back to you... Block, delete and relocate."

@NgwanaWaLekgowa would be happy to share this reply:

"And you sure the stomach belongs to me ousi?"

@Mhambis thinks this will work:

"I am not available please try again later twee twee twee."

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@archidelly1 was kind of savage:

"So why you telling me?"

Stories and experiences arise as man asks simple question: "Would you date a sangoma?"

In other news about conversation starters, Briefly News previously reported that @KingDon_za took to Twitter to share images of two beautiful women, posing the following question:

"Would you date a sangoma?"

The netizen's post gained traction as South Africans used the bird app to share their experiences with traditional healers. Some seem to show a lot of fear of sangomas while others could not care less and would happily start a relationship with them.

Source: Briefly News

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