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Watch: This South African’s approach to load shedding has everyone laughing

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Themba Robin Behrens has South Africans giggling along with his approach to load shedding, he knows its annoying but shares his positive outlook about it.

 

Sandton, Johannesburg – Themba Robin Behrens believes that a positive outlook towards the rolling blackouts is all you need to get through load shedding with a sane mind.

Themba shares his approach and encourages South Africans to carry on as if nothing has changed or to just start a new hobby. Thousands of South Africans have seen the video which went live just yesterday. It is well on its way to going viral.

People can’t get enough of how funny it is. Take a look at some of the comments; they are the best!

“This is the BEST. I’m dead in the ground my funeral is on Thursday they’ll miss me. Rip” – Michelle Bailey

“Dude this cracked me up!!!!” – Charne Scheffel

“Themba Robin Behrens you have made my day with this” – Tannith Mc Gregor

“10 out of 10. A good early morning giggle” – Gill Miller

South Africans are already asking for a second video because they want to see more. Take a look below.

My approach to #loadshedding ? just carry on like nothing’s changed or find a new hobby Dala U Crew Kakpraat Konings #eskom

Posted by Themba Robin Behrens on Tuesday, 19 March 2019


Sources: Facebook
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Tyler Vivier
Tyler Leigh Vivier is a writer for Good Things Guy. Her passion is to spread good news across South Africa with a big focus on environmental issues, animal welfare and social upliftment. Outside of Good Things Guy, she is an avid reader and lover of tea.

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