- A clip of an unknown guy getting his feet scraped with a grater in what looks like a nail parlour has been shared online
- In the clip, the person doing the scraping holds the apparatus firmly while vigorously "grating" the man's callouses
- Twitter users were left absolutely baffled by the bizarreness of it all
Just when you thought you'd seen everything, Twitter shows you flames. The latest crazy clip shared on the micro-blogging app, which shows a man having his feet "grated", is one that really left people scratching their heads and shaking disapprovingly.
The clip was shared by Daniel Marven, who seems to be the crazy clip king, and shows an unknown man in what looks like a very poor quality nail parlour getting his feet "taken care of" by a woman who is seriously using a grater to scrape the man's callouses off his feet.
While the entire thing is hilarious, it also looks quite painful. One cannot be sure though, as the person whose feet look like they're getting butchered does not seem to mind, not flinching even one bit.
Meanwhile, concerned, confused and amused tweeps took to the comments section to try and make some sense of the whole thing, asking one another what in the world they had just watched. Read some of those comments below.
"Hahahahaha that was too much."
Lol. She's grateful."
Meanwhile, in other Briefly.co.za funny news, a hilarious clip of a man denying his woman some of his drink at a restaurant has left men far and near applauding the unknown man. In the clip, the man can be seen defending his drink with all his might from his thirsty lady.
In the video, which was uploaded by artist and musician, Daniel Marven, the pair can be seen enjoying the day out at an unknown restaurant. Not long into the clip, she removes her straw from her glass and places it into her man's drink in order to steal a sip.
The man quickly reacts by grabbing her straw, out of his drink, and telling her to get her own drink, much to the amusement and excitement of other men who seemingly hate sharing their food with their women.
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