- Men's Conference 2021 has been taking the Twitter streets over recently
- The imaginary event was created for men to disappear on Valentine's Day, 14 February
- The 'agenda' for the conference has been released with some hilarious memes following it
Men's Conference is an imaginary meetup created after men decided they no longer wanted to spend exorbitant amounts of money on gifts for their partners on Valentine's day. The idea is to disappear from the 14 to 15 February.
Like every year, the memes about Men's Conference is dominating Twitter. Tons of SAns and people from all over Africa have joined in on the fun. Videos have also been shared ahead of the conference.
Briefly.co.za looked under the #MensConference2021 to compile a few of the funniest tweets.
Below are some of the #MensConference2021 tweets:
"No man is remaining behind, we are coming door to door no excuse, all men must attend #MensConference2021."
"Off to men's conference see you on 17th #MensConference2021."
Don’t forget there’ll also be a Special Dancing Item @ #MensConference2021 on the last day."
"On Monday we're going to hear all about how #MensConference2021 was a superspreader event."
"When your girl warned you but you decide to attend and speak at the #MensConference2021."
"I've been wondering what's going with the organising committee. Finally, #MensConference2021 is trending."
"On the 14th Of this month, we as men are going to pray for Covid-19. #ValentinesDay#MensConference2021."
In other funny Twitter news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a child who sent his parents a 'letter of demand'. @Tsontsa_G the image of a hilarious letter. Thato wrote an invoice out for his parents for an amount of R350. The invoice, numbered 007, was written in email format.
From names of the recipient and subject to a formal 'Kind regards' at the end, Thato's letter had Mzansi shook as they didn't realise how smart kids really are. @Tsontsa_G's post gained over 2000 likes on Twitter.
SAns shared some equally funny posts about Thato's payment that needed to be received as a matter of urgency. Read some of the hilarious responses left under the post below:
"I think Thato is gonna be in need of some legal representation. These clients seem like they don't pay."
@Lepotlapotla_45 responded with:
"You are ordered to pay Thato with immediate effect by the highest court in South Africa."
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