- A local man has shared on Twitter how his bae always spoils him with breakfast
- The picture post however only attracted comments about the pricey SMEG appliances
- Twitter users shared all sorts of funny comments below the post
Twitter user, @BobbyLava, took to the app to brag about how his bae wakes up every morning to make him some lunch for work. In his tweet, he also included a picture of his lovely lady washing the dishes.
"She wakes up very early to make sure I don't struggle with lunch. #MyMelody" he wrote.
Many of the app's users, however, failed to notice Bobbylava's sweet message and rather started making comments about the very pricey bright red SMEG appliances that were in clear view in the picture.
Here are some of the comments made by hilarious Twitter users.
"Be honest... This is about the SMEG neh?"
"Your wife is beautiful, your toaster and kettle are classy and both your dishwasher and washing machines are tops. She looks like a hardworking woman that put her career at work and become a wife at home. Let me leave it here."
"Those SMEG appliances look like they where placed there."
"She's motivated by SMEG."
While @Bulelwa_maggz said:
"She wakes up with make-up...? Anyway nice appliances."
Briefly.co.za also reported Former FLOTUS Michelle Obama has given fans some insights on what it is like to be married to a former US president. The mother of two shared a message on Twitter as she reflected on her marriage while recalling an episode of a podcast she did with comedian Conan O'Brien.
In her message, Michelle attached a beautiful throwback photo from her wedding day with Obama and noted relationships like hers brought joy and gave one's life meaning.
"Last week on The #MichelleObamaPodcast, Conan and I reflected on our marriages. This relationship can be one of the most foundational pieces of our identities, bringing us so much joy, meaning, and support every single day," she said.
The award-winning author also noted that marriages needed a lot of work and honesty with oneself and their partners were crucial.
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