Mzansi in 2 minds over man’s throwback meal: “Renew your medical aid”

Mzansi in 2 minds over man’s throwback meal: “Renew your medical aid”

- A man shared a throwback photo of a meal he enjoyed last year

- The gargantuan meal was dominated by Russians and cheese

- Social media users weighed in with their opinions to determine if the takeaway was a winner

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Twitter user Jaguar Paw (@Mr_phreshbreeze) made South Africans reminisce on days gone by when they could casually buy their favourite take-away meal.

Unfortunately, fast-food has been greatly restricted due to the nationwide lockdown, but he shared a throwback of a meal he came across last year. gathered that the item of food comprised of salami, chips, bread, Russians and cheese.

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The tweet asked South Africans to weigh in on whether they would consume the towering plate of food.

Many were keen to try the massive meal, but some highlighted the high cholesterol content.

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As_We_Age (@CAzwage) joked,

"Renew your medical aid first haha."

Simanga-Nje (@Incog_Negro) asked,

"So they sell heart attacks?"

Ali (@TheGoodGuyAct) said,

"Tower of Terror. I'll pass."

I am Jam (@im_jam_fam) added,

"It looks ridiculous but I'll eat the hell out of it." reported on another home-made meal that caught the attention of social media users recently.

A woman's social media post caught the attention of fast food franchise Nando's.

The masters of flame-grilled chicken performed a hilarious roast and social media users were loving it.

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