'Ex dumped me next to No Dumping board': Tweeps share 'How I know Ubuntu Is Dead'
When it comes to sharing experiences, South Africa Twitter is unmatched when it comes to making light of any situation.
This time around the spirit of ubuntu and for those who don't know, ubuntu is as a Nguni term meaning "humanity" which is often translated as "I am because we are," or "humanity towards others".
And for the most is it's usually seen as a positive ideology shared by many South Africans, tweeps thought it would be good to have some fun with their various ideas on how they felt that ubuntu is dead.
Some the funniest statements include "my ex dumped me in a park next to the board that is written 'No Dumping'" and "7-colours on a Sunday is no longer a thing".
See more of the funniest comments below:
#HowIKnowUbuntuIsDead was the day I got mugged ko small street by 6 guys & everyone just looked at me & not helping, I fainted for 5 days straight afterwards. Angikho Right😢😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/shtDIfCRdv— N E W J A C K 87✪ (@PhumiNewJack) March 9, 2020