- Popular Twitter user @kulanicool recently headed online to share a short and hilarious video clip of a man eating an entire whole roll of polony by himself
- In the video clip, the man can be seen unwrapping the polony and then taking big bites out of it as if it were a sausage roll or something else more practical to dine on
- Many people found the post super laughable and naturally headed to the comment section of the post to crack a number of jokes about the polony-snacking
One sees just about anything on social media and the latest thing has left many of us laughing our heads off. In a short video clip that was shared on Twitter by @Kulanicool, a local man can be seen making a meal out of one of the most ordinary foods in the strangest way.
In the video, the man can be seen casually unwrapping what first appears to be ice cream but on closer inspection turns out to be an entire roll of French polony. He then goes on to take big bites out of the processed meat.
"Soft life," @KulaniCool captioned the funny post.
Mzansi just couldn't deal and had a number of funny comments to make about the clip. Read a few of them below:
"People who eat Listeriosis like that are capable of murder. Stru's Bob. Mafra Nyamou. Me watching him devour that Listeriosis like that."
"That cannot be healthy."
"Is he someone's father? Why is he making love to processed meat? How does his mouth open that wide? Why is he so relaxed? Why is he taking his time with the exercise?"
Man spotted taking bread with polluted water as 'tea'
Briefly News also reported that an obviously very hungry young man has been captured on camera eating a full loaf of bread with polluted brown-looking water from what appeared to be a stagnant pond.
The gentleman indicated that it was a result of a broken heart but many people have been expressing opposing views on the video sighted by Briefly News on the Instagram handle of @emmazegit_4real.
What appears to be interesting about the video is that the gentleman was seen taking the 'meal' with great joy, which removed all initial suspicions that it was out of hunger.
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