Random Gevaaalikhede for the souties

As you might have noticed, gevaaalik.com has been sharing some English content lately. We have been receiving a lot of mail from souties asking us why we only cater for Afrikaans people when a lot of the memes and stuff we share are English. They have a point. Thus, moving forward gevaaalik.com will be trying to accommodate those gevaaalik.com readers that don’t speak “die taal”. From now on one of the Random Gevaaalikhede that happens twice weekly (Mondays and Thursdays) will be in Engels.

The core of gevaaalik.com will always be Afrikaans, but luckily we live in modern times, so we can speak two languages. We’ve never been like those Afriforum dicks that keep thinking Afrikaans is some holy entity that should not be touched. We often mix a few English terms or words into our Afrikaans because that is the way we speak.

To all our English readers, welcome. Please feel free to share this post with your English friends by hitting the social sharing buttons at the bottom of this Random Gevaaalikhede. gevaaalik.com is going bilingual bitches! Or leave a comment, we would love to hear from you.

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3 Responses

  1. Rocketlou says:

    Fok nou pluk jy ‘n lat vir jou eie gat, nou gaan die souties EN boere jou kan kak gee oor gramatika en spelling 🙂

  2. Ruan Stix Fourie says:

    @Rocketlou: Gelukkig was ek nog nooit ‘n poes wat voorgegee het dat ek perfek is nie. Almal maak foute, en as hulle dit uitwys sal dit gaaf wees, dan kan ek dit reg maak.

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