- A South African man recently took to Twitter to share a picture of his cooking
- The homemade dish quickly received mixed reactions from Twitter users
- Many tweeps joked that the young man could teach Tito Mboweni a thing or two about cooking
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The internet, much like dark alleys in dodgy neighbourhoods, can sometimes be a scary place. Anything you post can and will be used against you, just like @Silentical proved when he posted a picture of a dish he had just prepared.
The young man proudly and bravely, might we add, took to Twitter to share the pap and chicken meal, explaining very clearly in the caption of the post that he had just cooked the meal for himself.
Twitter users, who seem to never spare anybody when it comes to savagery, quickly took to the comment section to crack a number of jokes about the guy's cooking skills, even though they were only judging from a picture. A lot of them, however, seemingly appreciated the man's skills, calling on him to teach another Twitter chef, Tito Mboweni, a thing or two.
Read their funny comments below.
"Let me know if you are alive tomorrow morning."
"Looks like there's too much salt."
"Please teach Tito how to cook."
"Go easy on the salt next time... also put more garlic & green pepper."
"Nice, looks good."
"I like the gravy, it's thick, nice."
In more viral news, Briefly.co.za reported that on a story that proves that celebrating the milestones, big and little, are what makes our lives worth living. A proud Twitter user recently took to the app to celebrate her literally small milestone - buying a brand-new but tiny vehicle.
Posting under the Twitter handle TakaTina1, the woman posted a picture of herself standing next to the red car with the caption, "Look at God." She posted the heartwarming picture in celebration of buying the new car for herself.
Twitter users liked the post 3 000 times and also took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the woman's achievement. While many of them poked fun at the small car, others encouraged the woman to continue celebrating each and every milestone in her life, whether big or small.
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