- A woman took to Twitter to share pictures of herself standing beside her brand-new car
- The post quickly went viral with Twitter users sharing their thoughts on the small vehicle
- While many laughed at the size of the vehicle, others encouraged her to celebrate every achievement, no matter how small
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Celebrating the milestones, big and little, are what makes our lives worth living. A proud Twitter user recently took to the app to celebrate her literally small milestone - buying a brand-new but tiny vehicle.
Posting with the Twitter handle TakaTina1, the woman posted a picture of herself standing next to the red car with the caption, "Look at God." She posted the heartwarming picture in celebration of buying the new car for herself.
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Twitter users took to the comments section of the post to share their thoughts on the woman's achievement. While many of them poked fun at the small car, others encouraged the woman to continue celebrating each and every milestone in her life, whether big or small.
Read some of their comments below.
"Half-loaf is better than nothing."
"Not bad, at least you'll reach your destination."
"It even have I sunroof, ayi God is good all the time."
"Yes, God is great in deed."
"But you can reach your destination."
In other news, a young woman, Mandisa Madlala (@mandymatsinhe), recently posted a couple of snaps of her buying a Mercedes Benz AMG CLA 45S.
Buying a car is always an important occasion and this was no exception. The pictures showed her receiving the car and the Mercedes at a couple of different angles.
She thanked her ancestors for being blessed, calling them her "underground gang". She wrote:
"When your underground gang says pandemic for who #AMG."
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