- A hilarious video has gone viral on social media
- It shows a man using random and made-up words to describe a car
- South Africans were in stitches and they gave their views in the comment section
When describing the interior of car, words like, "Sleek, detailed, exceptional stitching" come to mind. And, one would say the car has a 2-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
However, one man gave a detailed review of a Volkswagen GTi in what can only be described as broken English.
Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux shared a hilarious video on the social media platform of a man describing a GTi.
"They introduced English to a wrong country," he captioned the video.
The man used words like "hippopotomus" and "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" to describe the interior and engine of the fast hatchback.
Tweeps were folding over in laughter over the man's hilarious use of random and made-up English words in the video.
Sizwe Goba, who goes by the Twitter handle @sizwe_goba, commented: "Dear Unisa may you please refund me."
Samuel Letsoalo, @Sammie_Letsoalo, added: "This is bombastic English at its best."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a hilarious conversation that has gone viral on social media.
The conversation between an arguing couple has left Mzansi in stitches. The audio was shared online and social media users were amused by the broken English.
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