- An expensive fridge has caught the attention of many social media users who are sharing their hilarious comments
- The big double door fridge is seen on social media as it is displayed at one of the big retail stores in Mzansi but the price is too high
- According to the social media account holder, he hopes one day he can have money and call the electric appliance “cheap”
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The South African online family is still in disbelief as they look at a photo of a fridge that costs R76 000. The double door fridge is displayed at one of the biggest shops in Mzansi.
It seems @Tsheko2020 is hopeful that one day he calls it cheap but some of his followers are not convinced that it’s necessary to buy such an expensive appliance.
Looking at the reactions, some hilariously joked that those who don’t have such fridges must not be allowed to open them. At the same time, some social networkers are of the view that this expensive appliance should be also able to produce all the food such as fresh milk and meat.
The guy wrote on his page:
“Also wish to say this is cheap one day.”
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The post reads:
“Okay I understand now you knock and it opens and bye-bye it closes.”
“Don't worry bafo...one day is one day...all we need to do is sibambe enye imoto yemali yabo....”
“Does it work without electricity?”
“Is it creating its own meat and yoghurt drinks etc after paying that much.”
“How about I get a second-hand Polo Vivo...?”
“Ngithemba ukuthi legenge ephuza lana...inawo lama fridge... otherwise kungamele bashiswe straight.”
“Does it come fully packed?”
“Apparently you can borrow meat and veggies then pay later...”
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