When I die I’d like for NetFlorist employees to be the pallbearers at my funeral, so they can let me down one last time…
Johannesburg, South Africa – Netflorist became the top trending hashtag on Twitter in South Africa on the 14th of February but not because of their speedy delivery and fresh flowers.
It seems the delivery service had bitten off more than it could chew and left many South Africans still waiting for their deliveries on the 15th February, while others had received old and dead flowers.
Many social media users took to Twitter to share their experiences and of course add that “South African sense of humour” to the rather challenging day.
Check out the top tweets below:
When I die I'd like for @NetFlorist employees to be the pallbearers at my funeral, so they can let me down one last time
— Tsek Nonke (@NonkeTsek) February 14, 2019
Netflorist truck got hijacked.
— Fano (@Fanoza2) February 14, 2019
Imagine paying R600 for leaves and they don’t get delivered lmaoo #netflorist
— Njabulo (@NjabuloNkosi_) February 14, 2019
Let’s just all agree that @NetFlorist messed up today. Yoh!🙇🏽♂️
— Thabo A. Maaroganye (@ThaboMaarog) February 14, 2019
Netflorist charging hundreds for impepho pic.twitter.com/M9UuV3ljyx
— Ayanda M* (@Ayola_M) February 14, 2019
— Maseru Makoae (@Maseru_m) February 14, 2019
What people ordered
What netflorist was delivering pic.twitter.com/DhUvfzl9s9
— The Instigator (@Am_Blujay) February 14, 2019
Netflorist is the Bushiri of floral and gifting service. 😂
— Caleb and 28 others (@iamcaleb_west) February 14, 2019
— Robert Franco (@RobertDrudge) February 14, 2019
— Mr Bojangles (@OriginalQuefela) February 14, 2019
— Tim ✳️ (@TimLombard) February 14, 2019
I swear this was laying on someone's tombstone.
— I AM A BUSINESS-MAN (@mkhuseli15) February 14, 2019