- A South African man has left social media users in stitches after he held a meeting with his animals
- In the video uploaded to Twitter, the man can be heard explaining to the goats that he would be buying their food shortly
- Mzansi tweeps reacted to the hilarious video with memes and funny tweet replies of their own
A South African man has left the country in stitches after a video of him having a meeting with his livestock went viral. The video was uploaded to Twitter by @CherrolNgobese earlier today. The video has gained over 1 000 views.
The animals are gathered in front of the man and what makes it truly funny is the seriousness in his voice whilst addressing them. The animals stand still as though they are listening intently. Briefly.co.za translated the hilarious video:
"We are in a meeting now. I called this meeting to let you guys know I don't have your maize yet. I came home late yesterday and I couldn't buy it. I'm going to head to Stanger (north of Durban) now to buy some for you guys. I hope you understand."
Mzansi tweeps took to the replies section to express their feelings on this weird meeting.
"At least its a more organised meeting with one person speaking and putting across a clear point without having anyone disturning shouting and screaming, "Sit down honourable member", "Withdraw delela", "Your suit is as if this is our perfect wedding"..."
"One of them said, why are you filming me and walked away from the camera."
@EmbeeMalema retweeted with this caption in reference to the political novel by George Orwell:
In other animal news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on two dog siblings that hugged after recognising each other. Initially, people thought pooches separated while young often could not recognise each other if they met later but apparently that is not strictly true.
A dog owner named Dave, who was walking his little pet on the street, was surprised when his sweet animal ran towards another dog, which turned out to be its sibling. The two pets embraced and it was later discovered they were from the same litter.
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