#JanuaryWasSoLongThat Twitter had to vent

South Africans on Twitter are happy to start a new month and say goodbye to January and its seemingly drawn out woes.

Users on the social media platform offered light-hearted humour, describing their struggles under the hashtag #JanuaryWasSoLongThat.

Some suggest that the year officially begins in February, after the first month trial run.


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