What South African tweeps regret about 2018, and want to avoid in 2019

2019-01-04 06:25

On Thursday, as South African tweeps were still reflecting on 2018 and contemplating 2019, the hashtags #ThingsIRegretAbout2018 and #thingstoavoidin2019 trended in the Twitter streets.

A common regret about 2018 seems to be having not made use of all the opportunities the year offered or not reaching personal goals.

And with the economy pinching in 2018, there were also some financial regrets.

The memory of the listeriosis outbreak earlier in 2018 still contaminated Twitter on Thursday.

Apparently, many a bad romantic choice has been made in 2018.

... and he wasn't the only one.

And for some, it was hard to single just one thing out. 

Looking ahead to 2019, it is clear South African tweeps learned their lessons in 2018, as the things they want to avoid in 2019 cover similar themes. 

They used a stern, presidential glare to illustrate some of these ideas.

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