#ThingsWeDontNeedIn2017: Tweeps bid good riddance

It's the start of a new year and there's a lot that South Africans have had enough of.

Just two weeks into 2017, Twitter users have tallied up all the attitudes, behaviours and social trends that just won't cut it this year.

From personal development (bad relationships and being broke) to political affairs and celebrity circles.

Below are some of the Twitter responses. Can you relate?

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