Man buys bread with expiry date printed on slice, Mzansi reacts

Man buys bread with expiry date printed on slice, Mzansi reacts

A social media user had a distasteful surprise when he tried to have breakfast recently. He discovered that his bread had the expiry date printed on one of the slices. He shared a picture of it on online but most social media users were more concerned about the state of his nails.

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Twitter user George_Mogwase took to the social media platform and said:

"Am trying to have a nice breakfast and this happen... Day ruined already."

While the post went viral and many were amused by the discovery, many others trolled him about his dirty nails. Twitter user Juks_Afrika said:

"Those nails are still gonna make you sick anyways mmata, might as well eat the bread."

missZwanga said:

"Clean your nails."

mitchellekaroro said:

"I don’t know which is worse, the nails or that date written on the break hai"

neshymunyai said:

"Vanish... Jik... Domestos... Handy Andy... Sunlight liquid and bleach are needed to clean up your nails first ntwana, we shall attend to the bread problem after."

thee_simon said:

"This happens when the material used for the plastic is polyurethane, and the stamp was added when the plastic was in hypobeta state and the bread was put in the plastic when it was 17°C. Honestly, I have no idea what I am saying. Just eat your bread."

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gwe_ndiphiwe said:

"Your nails bruh."

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