South Africans could hardly contain their laughter over a video about Woolies' 'miracle water'.
On Sunday, Twitter user Oom Sinkila posted a video on the social media platform which has since gone viral.
The video shows a group of young men walking out of Woolworths after buying mineral water. At the start of the clip, the young men speak English with a heavy African accent before switching to isiZulu.
Speaking in Zulu, the guys claim the water has 'special powers', then they are all seen taking a sip. Lo and behold, the water magically makes them speak English like Oxford scholars.
They started throwing around words like, 'amalgamate', 'metamorphosis' and 'articulation'.
South Africans found the video hilarious, calling on Woolworths to work with the young men, perhaps in public relations and media. Briefly.co.za gathered that the retail company saw the video and contacted Oom Sinkila on Twitter.
"Your video is exquisite and we’d love to amalgamate with you. Sliding into your DMs now...#keepitgoing #keepitflowing #WooliesWaterChallenge," Woolies responded.
We also took a look at some of the reactions the video gathered:
Social media user, @thabubu, commented: "Bettermophesis. You killed it guys."
Another tweep, @busii_xo, added: "This is my new favourite video to watch."
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