- A local woman has taken to Twitter to share hilarious pictures of how she manages to sneak snacks into the movies
- VonLebo innovatively used a dome-shaped styrofoam cut-out in which she placed various snacks before placing it under her shirt as a makeshift pregnancy belly
- Twitter users were left laughing out loud at her extreme attempt to avoid buying snacks at the cinema
VonLebo left Twitter users reeling after she shared a series of detailed pictures of the extreme measures she takes to avoid paying for the often pricey snack items at local South African cinemas.
The innovative tweep and her friend conjured up the idea to place the snacks inside a carved out styrofoam cut-out and then placing it beneath her t-shirt, making it look as though she was legitimately pregnant.
Her crazy and a tad bit extreme idea had users in complete awe. While some guys complained that they would not be able to do the same thing, a lot of other Twitter users shared how they too have come up with their own ideas to avoid forking out cash at the cinema snack bar.
Here are some of the comments made by some of the 1 000 Twitter users who shared their thoughts on the post.
"Realising I can't do this cause I'm a guy."
"These Ster Kinekor ladies gonna be looking at me all types of weird. This is worth the try."
"Bra just tell your gf to bring a big bag and store your stuff in there. I walk in with a Sprite bottle full of whiskey in my hand as well."
Briefly.co.za also reported that Nando's South Africa has been very active on social media since the start of the lockdown. Their social media team know exactly how to put a smile on our faces with their witty humour. This time they found a tweet about a lady wanting a date at Nando's.
Twitter user @bontlekgogo tweeted about a guy who didn't want to go to Nando's for their date. @NandosSA quickly came in with a response. They tweeted: "Indoda engana plan," and added a few red flags for humour.
Their tweet roughly translates to "A man with no plan". Nando's quick and witty response has left Twitter users in stitches. The tweet already has around 10 000 likes and the replies section is full of hilarious GIFs and memes.
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