- South African social media users can seriously leave you in stitches and that comes to the fore as they react to a large chicken wing
- @LightMakhanya posted the photo as she is confused about what kind of chicken or bird the large wing belongs to
- Some people believe the wing is cut from a giraffe and some argue that it’s a dinosaur but their reactions are definitely funny and Briefly News takes a look
South Africans are confused as they react to a large chicken wing on social media. @LightMakhanya posted a picture of a super large winger on Twitter and many are amazed.
Some people suggest it’s large to the extent that it’s a wing cut from a giraffe but some say it’s a turkey and ostrich. Briefly News went to investigate and brings you some hilarious reactions.
The post reads:
“That has to be a turkey wing.”
“Kanti estolo bathi yini ngesikhathi beyithenga.”
“Niwatholaphi ama flamingo.”
“Someone is breeding giant chickens somewhere.”
“Must be a wing of a Giraffe right?”
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“This is how the kids from 2000 onwards are bodily grown that the generations before. All these things supplemented in the food we eat nowadays. All these injections.”
“Iphiko le dinosaur.”
“Amawings asemtapweni lawa (looting).”
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@Dineo_Metja has just shared a photo of some food item, along the lines of a hotdog, but it seems her followers can’t deal with such a dish even if it’s prepared or sold by one of the top restaurants in the land.
Briefly News looks at the funny reactions from the post that is seriously going viral among many social networkers.
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Source: Briefly News