After A Man Found His Mom's Secondary School Result, See What He Said About It That Got Reactions
By proff_official | self meida writer
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After A Man Found His Mom's Secondary School Result, See What He Said About It That Got Reactions (Photos)
A man identified as Fawaz has taken his Twitter handle to reveal his mother's secondary school result. According to him, he was surprised to see the grades his mom got and he concluded that this might be the reason why he mother always beat him if he fails.
Looking at the picture of the result he shared online, we can see that his mom got an 'A' in most of the subject. The teacher's comment on the result is that his mother is too playful and she talks always.
See the picture of the result below.
This result has gotten the attention of many Twitter users thereby making them to react via likes and comments. Below are screenshots of some reactions.
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