- An 'angry' mother, Bongiwe Malunga, has shared photos of her little children and the car they messed up
- Bongiwe said that she would be punishing them by cancelling her plans for their new Christmas clothes
- Tweeps reacted funnily to her post as some said that children's curiosity should always be monitored
Kids could be as 'destructive' as they are lovely when they are not watched. A mother identified as Bongiwe Malunga has brought her children's demeanour to Twitter.
In a series of photos shared online, the children remorsefully stood beside the car they emptied a keg of oil on.
As a punishment, the woman said that the children would not be getting Christmas clothes. Their photos have generated massive reactions from parents and people online.
See her post below:
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As at the time of writing this report, the mother's tweet has gathered over 40,000 likes with thousands of comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"2019 these kids didn't get Christmas clothes nango 2020 they are at the same crime scene not getting Christmas clothes."
"Kids are the most curious beings. Don't kill their curiosity at this young age, especially when they are this curious. I see smart individuals when they grow up, if they are raised with this mentality."
"Look at how innocent they look while still standing on the crime scene."
"But you must take the blame for not storing the oil out of reach. What if they drank it? Or found a source of flame and burned themselves?"
"Kids are very unpredictable and curious no matter how careful and cautious you are they will always find something extreme to do."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a baby, Annabelle, took her dental health seriously or something that looks like that as a video captured her wasting away toothpaste in the bathroom.
As Annabelle's mum walked in on her in the bathroom and shouted "Jesus Christ", asking the girl what she is doing, the kid said:
"Mummy, I'm brushing, I'm brushing".
What was perhaps most funny about the whole clip was that the kid's cheek had toothpaste plastered on it as she tried to take another from the tube.
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