- A Canadian woman has gone viral in South Africa after she drank Oros straight from the bottle
- Christina Tessman does taste testing on TikTok and a follower suggested she try the famous South African juice
- Tessman opened the bottle, took a swig without diluting it and still rated the concentrated drink a solid 6 out of 10
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A Canadian woman, Christina Tessman, has gone viral on social media after she did a review on Oros. Christina Tessman uses the handle @thetastetest and was recently suggested to try out Oros by @gadinewe on TikTok.
However, the young Canadian drank the Oros straight from the bottle without diluting it. South Africans took over her comments section telling her that she needed to add water to the concentrated juice.
Even without diluting the drink, Tessman still rated it a solid 6 out of 10. The video was shared to Twitter by various Twitter users. SA social media users are not at all impressed by the TikToker's method.
Take a look at @cyberbullying_i's reshare below:
Here are some of the hilarious responses to the TikTok below:
"Awa no, it says concentrate below Oros... Meaning it needs to be diluted. She missed it when she was reading the label."
"She must learn to read! We shall not be responsible for her ignorance."
"Imagine drinking Oros without mixing it, yoh I will mos fall down from a heart attack."
In other hilarious viral video news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video that shows madala trying to copy a young man's dance moves. South Africans love a good party, regardless of age, Saffas know their moves.
In a new viral video, a young man shared how he got down at a party. The best part of the video was the older man behind him trying to copy his moves. @leboclive (Lebo Clive) uploaded the video to Twitter over the weekend and it has since gained over 85 000 views on the microblogging site.
He captioned the video: "It’s the old man at the back trying to copy me." Lebo added a few laughing emojis to his caption as he was left in stitches. The tweet now has over 7 000 likes, 1 000 retweets and the replies section is filled with hilarious reactions to the man attempting to copy Lebo's moves.
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