The Midrand Boep Fighters – what a fokken joke!

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Sometime last week, it appears that a BMW driver in Midrand for some unknown reason decided to use the indicator of his BMW. This totally fokken confused another BMW driver which resulted in his testosterone levels fucking out and somehow gave him a nosebleed. Because the sight of a functioning indicator is so rare in Gauteng, a crowd gathered around the two BMW drivers to ascertain as to what the fuck was actually going on. One of the guys with a boep took out his grandmother’s letter opener from its pleather sheath and threatened the other BMW with a boep. The guys threatened each other with poesklappe, but it was evident that they’ve only ever read about poesklappe online, probably on Watkykjy. They were uncertain as to how a poesklap works. Their only research was from an Afrikaans fight video called “Hugo Bel die Polisie” but unfortunately for the BMW Boep-boets, no poesklappe was handed out in that video either so they were lost at sea…

At some point another BMW driver arrived. His car was marked security, but from the oke’s actions, you could clearly see that he was totally insecure, so the words on his car was totally misleading. Unconfirmed reports indicated that he turned on his hazard lights in an effort to comfuse the two brawling boets…

There is just too much to unpack from this now very famous “sword fight” video which was filmed in Midrand Estates last week, so I’m just gonna drop some random notes without going into it in too much detail.

  1. When you put the word “Estates” in front of a name, it doesn’t make the area, the name or the place any fancier. If you live in Midrand Estates, chances are that the value of you property took quite a moerse dive in the last few day. Get out while you can.
  2. The first clue that gave away the location, wasn’t the BMWs, but the bystander lady. She was carrying a smôl dôg. Altough people from Pretôria alsô carry smôl dôgs, they usually roll with Yorkies or Sheewhwa-wha’s. This lady was carrying a Jack Russel, which is typically a Midrand dôg.
  3. If you drive a BMW in South Africa, people have long suspected that you’re a bit of a poes. Now everone is totally gonna think you’re one.
  4. Apparently everybody shook hands and they resolved it “outside of court” – nobody really gives a fuck, ok?
  5. The only thing that would have made this cooler is if the one dude had poop on his face in stead of that little bit of watered down blood.

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