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A professional golfer has gone viral for a voice note he intended on sending his girlfriend but accidentally sent to a group of guys. Take a listen to the bok boks voice note here.


South Africa (18 May 2018) – A mistakenly sent voice note has gone viral across South Africa. It was sent by a local golf player to his girlfriend, only he sent it to a WhatsApp group instead of to his special person. Of course, the voice note was instantly spread across the chatting app, and before long, everyone knew about this guy and his bok boks.

So here is the deal, we have heard it and, at first, found it absolutely hilarious, but then after listening to it for the 10th time, we noticed something. Sure he has a LOT of pet names for his doo doo but what people seemed to have missed in the voice note is how much flipping love he obviously has for her.

Once we realised that, it became less funny and more touching! We all want to be loved, and that is a whole bunch of love being directed at one person.

If you haven’t heard it, take a listen below.

AB De Villiers got in on the action during his man of the match speech recently, and we couldn’t stop laughing! This has all spurred on a lot of questions, the main one being… What do you call your special person? Is it just straight up babe or something a little more unique? Let us know in the comment section.

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