- This year has had its fair share of people who tried things that ended in tears of hilarious laughter
- Baking fails, workout fails and questionable mechanics are only a few of the things that have popped up on Mzansi timelines
- Briefly.co.za has explored some of the funniest posts that were shared with the world so far this year
This year has yielded a fair share of online fails that have left Mzansians falling from their chairs with laughter. Briefly.co.za explores some of the most epic fails that have graced our screens over the last twelve months.
South Africans were stunned to see a man's extraordinary exercise routine. The man displayed some incredible strength and toughness to pull off some of the audacious moves. Aside from his flexibility and stamina, tweeps were stunned that he was able to pull it off on a tarred road. After that video went viral, another man decided to accept the "challenge" and tried to replicate the incredible workout.
Meanwhile, a video was also shared on social media showing another 'Mabena' military fail. In the footage, a soldier loses control of a tank and nearly crashes into nearby on-lookers. Fortunately, the driver was able to regain control of the armed vehicle. Many social media users were unimpressed by the fact that the footage was made public.
Another epic fail happened when a woman posing with a wheel spanner while leaning over the engine of her car is being called out on Twitter. @__thickdidi shared four images of her supposedly 'working' on her engine but tweeps aren't very convinced. While many brought up her sparkling clean acrylic nails others were concerned about her using a wheel spanner for the engine of the car.
Briefly.co.za also reported about how lockdown and the subsequent closure of restaurants has led many people back into the kitchen. A man recently tried his hand at baking and let's just say the results were nothing short of 'spectacular'. Twitter user Economic_Rebel posted his creation online with the caption: "Today I decided to bake scones."
Social media users had a lot to say about his unique-looking scones. Twitter user Nosisandabandab kicked off the trolling commentary by saying:
"That's not how you spell stones..."
"I'm sure they taste better than they look."
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