Motivational Quote for Women Leaves the People of Mzansi in Fits of Laughter Out of Pure Confusion, It’s a Lot

Motivational Quote for Women Leaves the People of Mzansi in Fits of Laughter Out of Pure Confusion, It’s a Lot

  • An apparent motivational quote had the people of South Africa admitting defeat after their eyes started involuntarily crying
  • Twitter user @Phislash shared a picture of a sweatshirt sporting a motivational quote which is apparently for women
  • After reading the quote more times than they could count, people accepted they did not possess the level of intelligence needed to comprehend this

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Motivational quotes are meant to make you feel positive and ready to take on the day, but not this one. People spent more time than they would like to admit trying to figure out what was trying the be said on the front of a sweatshirt which claimed to have a motivational quote for women. It will end you!

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Twitter user @Phislash shared a picture of a sweatshirt sporting a motivational quote which is apparently for women. Image: Getty Images
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Nowadays people love a good motivational quote. They are on fridge magnets, car bumper stickers, clothing… pretty much anything and everything! However, whoever approved the one which was printed onto this item of clothing clearly does not speak English or speaks an advanced English that none of us average folk understand.

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Twitter user @Phislash shared a picture of the clothing item, sarcastically playing it cool like nothing was wrong just so he could warp the minds of others as he had clearly been wrecked by whatever this is. It is a lot.

“Motivation for ladies on the new month ”

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The people of Mzansi take to the comment section in tears as they try make sense of this “nonsense”

No matter how many times, or in which order you read these words, they make ZERO sense! Some men thought maybe it was code that only women understood until they read the multiple comments from ladies who were just as confused.

Take a look at some of the hilarious comments:

@Simgiven claimed to have cracked it, but did he really:

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“Girls can (the) change ‘the’ world, Girl(s) is therefore (is) brave… Makes sense…. it’s poetry, playing with words! This is powerful ”

@2lee2mocha was defeated:

“I've been trying to comprehend this, my confusion is confused.”

@SIYA_VS ran out of options:

“I tried reading it in order, tried to follow the colors separately... Ithini lemotivation entlek ”

@_Chanteh’s mind was finished:

“I almost had a seizure.”

@TheRealest201 accepted it for what it is:

@nkanyi_so_ thought it was girl code:

Exclusive: inspiring female Mzansi farmer shares wise words to aspiring lady farmers

In actual motivational news, Briefly News reported that farming has forever been a male-dominated industry, however, women are on the rise! A local lady farmer wants all the women out there to know that they too can do it.

Women are breaking into every sector and making it clear that they are capable of doing many things that society felt only men could.

Briefly News had the honour of chatting to Kea Motsemme, a gorgeous Mzansi woman who is also a farmer. We connected with Kea after seeing a powerful post she made on Twitter.

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: denika.herbst@briefly.co.za.

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