- South Africans are sharing their funny reactions to a man who burned his meal as he tried to prepare something to eat
- The social media account holder says he was outside, forgot that he was cooking and found his wors burned
- Some people say he should have just peeled off the burned part or washed it, however one person likened to burnt meat to a black mamba
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One South African guy has headed online to share his disappointment after trying so hard to prepare a meal. The young guy shared a snap on social media where he says he made an attempt to cook but burned the food.
It seems the chap was looking to have some grilled wors but his oven was too hot or he was busy and forgot to monitor the meal. The wors can be seen extremely burned and it’s even black. His caption tells a story that he was disappointed. He wrote:
“That time I'm hungry hungry.”
The post reads:
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“Not you burning wors until it looks like a snake.”
“Yini yona le?”
“I was outside, eish. Completely forgot about this.”
“Set the timer on next time, or better yet you can do the wors in the microwave next time, especially if you are alone and drinking alcohol. That will avoid you almost burning the house down.”
“If you are really hungry, you would finish it.”
“Boil it udle uzoba grand.”
“It’s all good to eat my bro, ishe ngaphandle kuphela. It’s still okay on the inside.”
“Just eat. You won't die...”
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