- A local woman has managed to wow tweeps after she was captured on video effortlessly making the traditional maize dish, pap
- The video, which was posted by @LaMaangani, shows a woman swiftly yet vigorously mixing through the tough maize meal mixture
- The short clip garnered many tweets from app users who were wowed by her skill
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While it may not seem like such a big deal, making pap the proper and delicious way is actually quite hard.
Not only does the maize meal tend to get very hot, bubble out of the pot and give you tiny burns - getting your spoon to actually move through the thick mixture is a whole different struggle on its own. Countless wooden spoons have been broken trying to achieve a lump-free well-cooked pot of pap.
This is why when @LaMaangani posted a short clip of a woman sitting dangerously close to the pot, using a large wooden spoon to effortlessly mix her pap that was cooking furiously over a flaming fire, tweeps were left stunned.
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While many users were left simply shook by the skill, others asked for some advice as to how they too can obtain such pap-making talent. Read some of their comments below.
"This is a rare skill that I do not possess unfortunately."
"Why does it have to be done with such violence? Does is not come out nice when you are gentle with it?"
"PhD in cooking papa."
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These matriculants at Okiep High School in the Western Cape decided to welcome their fellow learners back with a well-rehearsed dance routine. People loved it. When Briefly.co.za viewed the video, it had received nearly 6 000 reactions from Facebook users who loved watching the students bust their moves. Some of the comments were:
Lee-Ann Florence said:
"I love this so much."
Nicola Gorlei said:
"Oh wow, just love it. Gave me goosebumps. Awesome guys."
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