- A young man from Limpopo went onto Twitter to let everyone know that he had accepted himself into a university and not the other way around
- South Africans were left rolling over with laughter at the statement and questioned why they had not thought of doing the same thing
- Mzjansi went on to make a plethora of jokes and one user teased the young lad by saying he "just accepted Unisa"
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A Limpopo man @DlalaChampion went onto Twitter to say he accepted himself at a university and Mzansi can’t stop laughing.
South Africans exploded in a fit of laughter and promised they would now follow his direction.
The young man from Tafelkop went onto Twitter and captioned his hilarious post:
“I just accepted Unisa.”
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“This only happens when universities apply early.”
“When a university approaches you.”
“They must be so happy.”
“How to accept Unisa I also want to accept them.”
“Fuck, I’ve been doing this the wrong way. No wonder I’m rejected 2 years straight.”
“Welcome to the University of Deputy President Qhama.”
“Wow the luxury of choice.”
“Pls accept me too.”
“They want to do business with you maybe?”
“A sage. Go on and teach the whole institution.”
Mzansi laughing at tut student who got 0/50 for exam, but some can totally relate
Previously Briefly News wrote about a popular tweep, @kulanicool, who consistently shares videos that end up going viral.
Now, he's done it again with a new video showing a student who attends the Tshwane University of Technology receiving 0/50 for a test.
The video shows a lecturer handing out marked test exam papers to his students.
As luck would have it, the test paper with the poor results is the closest to the camera and you can clearly see the big zero.
After @kulanicool shared the video online with his close to 300k followers, Mzansi quickly responded by mocking the results but some understood the struggle and shared their stories of failing exams.
Source: Briefly News