- A woman seemingly feeling envious has shared a video clip of men playing street football and has noted the fact that men are having fun without the ladies
- The video was posted by @ChampionsLeague on social media and has mostly attracted hilarious responses from men
- Briefly News has also been attracted to the funny clip of men flocking to the street to cheer their counterparts as they display their soccer skills
It seems men are being noticed when they are having fun without women and that comes from a post shared by one South African social media user. The woman has shared a Twitter post of many guys playing a soccer game in the street.
In the caption, one can say the woman would like to join the guys as she specifically notices that the guys are having a lot of fun without the opposite gender. Although the clip has attracted more than 1 000 likes and 510 retweets, the responses are mostly coming from the guys and not the sisters.
The post reads:
“I used to do to other kids, what a Chiefs player did to another Chiefs player there...”
“No the other player borrowed Chiefs jersey. I searched and located him in Orlando Pirates.”
“On behalf of the other gender I confirm this to be nothing but the truth.”
“What I like about football is that after the game the guy you humiliated will come to you and shake your hand. I miss those days.”
“Yazi it doesn't take much to make us happy.”
“I happiness eku street soccer bafwethu. You even forget your age."
“That happiness make us even forget to go home for lunch.”
“Ngathi singahlala sodwa.”
“You disturb us.”
“100% African”: Mzansi reacts to video of kids playing 'Formula 1' car game
In a related story regarding funny games, Briefly News reported that children can be creative and this has come to the attention of social media users who are reacting to a video clip of a Mzansi Formula 1 racing game.
The kids are seen playing in a dusty area as they race with their homemade cars. Posted on social media by the one and only @AdvoBarryRoux, the tightly-contested race has a very talented commentator who is heard shouting names of racing stars such as Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen.
Many in the online community seem to relate to the game and some jokingly believe the famous racing sport started in Africa.
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Source: Briefly News