- A gent took to social media to share a photo that proved to be a real conversation-starter online
- He shared a photo revealing a life-size portrait of a couple in a bedroom, saying no cheating could take place in such a space
- While the image is very hard to miss, many netizens claim that it's still not enough to curb someone from infidelity
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A social media user @yourniggahscott shared a photo of a larger-than-life portrait of a couple in a bedroom, which had Saffas cracking jokes.
The Twitter post shows an aesthetically pleasing bedroom with a huge portrait placed at the head of the bed. @yourniggahscott captioned the post:
“There can never be cheating here.”
South African netizens were quick to flood the post with their 2 cents on the post, with many sharing that even a large lovey-dovey photoprint was not enough to stop a tempted man or woman from cheating. Others even made note of a CCTV camera installed just above the large image.
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Check out the post and some of the spicy comments below:
“What? Why? What's gonna stop him? Definitely not that pic.”
“Akazi impilo lomuntu. Myeke.”
“The CCTV camera ended me.”
“I remember the first time this pic was posted. Everyone was busy saying "nwye nwye wallpaper won't stop nothing" and I was just there like, do you not see the camera tho?”
“Where there's a will, there's a way.”
“Men are capable of anything... Next thing he'll tell you it's his sister.”
“There is always a plan when come to cheating. We can put a curtain there.”
Young man tired of getting cheated on proposes "Heartbreak Insurance Fund"
In a separate story, Briefly News reported that heartbreak can be such an intense experience that some scientists suggest it feels the same as physical pain. To relieve this ache, one young man has come up with a smart idea of creating a heartbreak fund for his relationship.
In a video shared on TikTok, @umfana_rsa is seen simply sitting on a couch with text on the clip that reads:
“We date, we both deposit R500 monthly into a joint account. The one who gets cheated on walks away with the money. Heartbreak Insurance Fund (HIF).”
South Africans appear to be fans of his innovative idea as many shared funny comments in agreement.
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