South African Twitter has spoken: we're done with 2017, and we want to leave some things behind: let's be rid of Mugabe, Trump, Zuma, f*ckboys, ''hoerism", fake friends, and being broke!
This is according to the #101ThingsToBeLeftIn2017 hashtag, that was still trending on Tuesday morning.
We're done with cheaters, and "hoerism" in general.
Being broke, obviously.
— African..🍫 (@mis_baleseng) November 20, 2017
Being told you're gaining weight. Like, we all know.
#101ThingsToBeLeftIn2017 telling me that am gaining weight as if you buy me groceries— Becky (@FavouredBecky25) November 20, 2017
— Swane N Ndhlela♡ (@NdhlelaSwane) November 20, 2017
Data must definitely still fall.
People who act like teachers and checking spelling grammers on Twitter #101ThingsToBeLeftIn2017— Rishabh Sharma (@im_srishabh21) November 20, 2017
We're done with Robert Mugabe, Donald Trump, Jacob Zuma, and the nuclear plan!
#101ThingsToBeLeftIn2017— Craig Nuttley (@OinkSA) November 21, 2017
PRIORITY : Jacob Zuma
1. Fake #MeToo's (they do exist)
2. False Allegations
3. Robert Mugabe
4. Donald Trump
6. Shallow Thinkers
7. The Nuclear Plan for South Africa
9. Blinkered Politicians
There are clearly some fashion trends that need to die.
#101ThingsToBeLeftIn2017 - can we please start with Carvella shoes and gold tooth before we go to people that still write " wud, hud, etc."— Kagisure Ibrahim 👳 (@Kagisure1) November 20, 2017
Don't call people "yellowbones," it's not funny, and never was.
#101ThingsToBeLeftIn2017— Tagane (@TK_Nkopodi) November 20, 2017
Let us love and protect our own, mo matter the cost.
Tired, outdated stereotypes.
1. Bigots, racists, homophobes, misogynists etc— Faiza Mallick (@Faiza_Mallick) November 21, 2017
2. Body shaming
3. Gender roles
4. Adults that act like Regina George - High school is over#101ThingsToBeLeftIn2017
Ever seeing this flag again.
#101ThingsToBeLeftIn2017— Eric _ Fana (@Eggzotic_F) November 21, 2017
people keeping quiet about job positions in their companies.
But, from what we can see, we all just want to be loved better.Suggest a correction