Mongezi Mtati recently found himself in a very precarious situation while house hunting in the burbs. Get ready to laugh.

 

Johannesburg, South Africa (22 January 2020) – South Africans have the greatest sense of humour, and we always seem to find the funny in everyday situations.

Mongezi Mtati recently found himself in a very precarious situation while house hunting in the burbs. Get ready to laugh and add your funniest house-hunting moments in the comments below.

“One of the most surprising viewings, while looking for a place, was when the agent knocked on the door at this one place with no answer. Then she opened slowly, because there was someone inside, and he just stood outside the living room on the balcony.

He turned slowly towards us nodding, as though he was expecting us and the agent rattled on about the lounge space, the bedrooms and the design of the kitchen.

It was when she opened the bathroom door mid-sentence, held her breath, stumbled over her words while trying to say “there’s a shower and bath.”

That’s what he was quietly working his ass off on. He was preparing that half blinding heat which violently hits the nostrils and wells up the eyes before calmly standing at the balcony, and gesturing us into the potential abode.” 

Mongezi Mtati recently found himself in a very precarious situation while house hunting in the burbs. Get ready to laugh. 

Mongezi Mtati has, for over 8 years, played and worked in the web. He is the founding M.D of WordStart a digital and social media strategy outfit which helps companies generate buzz among South African influencers. The company have a keen interest in understanding the digital and social media data that leads to profitable strategy that helps organisations to connect better with their customers.

He is a regular contributor on some of the most widely read local sites like Good Things Guy, BizCommunity (where he became one of their Top 10 most read authors) and Memeburn, an award-winning site that tracks emerging technologies primarily in emerging markets.


Sources: Mongezi Mtati 
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