- A man decided to show off his lamb stew on Twitter this week and he became the butt of jokes
- He posted a video of the dish online and the clip quickly gathered over 2.7 million views
- Tweeps took to the comment section to share their hilarious views on the man's cooking skills
Beware of showing off your cooking online if you aren't a professional chef. Some tweeps can be savage when it comes to critiquing other people's cooking skills.
A video resurfaced on Twitter this week that sparked a hilarious reaction from social media users. The clip, which was originally posted in April this year, was retweeted this week.
It was shared by tweep @tob1kage on the social media platform, who captioned it "I'm looking" with a drooling face emoji.
Take a look at the video below:
The video has already gathered over 2.7 million views and tweeps had a lot to say about the dish.
Twitter user, @GoldGloveSS2, commented:
"Y’all ever wake up with acid reflux at 3am and just start gasping from air? Yeah that ain’t gonna happen here, you just gonna die mid-sleep."
Another social media user, @ShumbaBaby, said:
"Acid reflux has entered the chat."
Jerry Fisherman, who goes by the Twitter handle @forrestkeaton, wrote:
"This looks like transmission fluid."
Tweep, @foe_iam, commented:
"Am I the only thought this was that method you used to clean your respiratory system from mucus."
It is not the first time someone's cooking got dragged online. Briefly.co.za reported previously Finance Minister Tito Mboweni's dish got roasted online - again!
Mboweni loves to cook and he has proved it over and over again online. The Minister of Finance often takes to his social media account to share photos and recipes of the dishes he prepares for himself.
Most recently, Mboweni treated himself to a garlic-stuffed roast chicken and he shared photos of the process and end product on Twitter.
The post gathered a couple of thousand likes and a hilarious comment from a fast-food chain restaurant. Nando's is known for its witty and savage comments on social media and the admin behind the page decided to take a hilarious swipe at Mboweni.
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