- Daniel Marven recently uploaded a hilarious picture of a woman's snake-skinned shoe poking out from under what looks like a bathroom stall
- In the post, he asks women to stop wearing the shoes, saying that they are going to "kill' people with the scary-looking shoes
- Other local men joined in on the conversation, agreeing with Daniel that women should cancel the snakeskin shoe trend
Musician, artist, and these days online jokester, Daniel Marven has once again managed to keep his followers- and us - highly entertained. This after he uploaded a picture of a woman's shoe that looked strikingly similar to a snake, sneaking up on someone like a snake too.
He in his caption, he called on women to stop wearing the scary-looking shoes, citing that this may result in a life-threatening situation in which someone mistakes the pump for an actual mistake resulting in a heart attack or something similar.
"Oh my goodness, y'all are going to kill us with these shoes of yours, y'all need to stop," he captioned the hilarious Twitter post.
Twitter users could not help but laugh at the hilarious post, taking to the replies section to share their thoughts on the shoes. Many Mzansi gents agreed with Daniel, calling on ladies to cancel the scary shoe trend. Read their thoughts below.
"I'm dead as we speak!"
"What's this now?"
"Literally almost fainted."
"This shoe is not safe at all hey."
While @TboyMP wrote:
"It can only be a woman's shoe."
Recently Briefly.co.za reported, South African's know how to make do with what they have. Regardless of the situation, Saffas always "make a plan". This happened recently to a local man who forgot to pack his training shoes before going to the gym. Twitter user, @Sgoloza_Esmehlo, posted an extremely hilarious image of his fancy formal work shoes to the social networking site with the caption:
"I forgot to pack training sneakers, I now look like a clown."
@Sgoloza_Esmehlo's tweet was uploaded earlier today and has already received over 2 000 likes, almost 700 retweets and the replies section is closing in on 400 comments. Tweeps found his fumble to be absolutely hilarious.
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