- A young lady recently confidently headed online to share a picture of a meal she prepared
- On the plate, which she was very proud of, was some dumpling in the form of a muffin and what looks like crispy fried fish
- Mzansi did not think that the food looks appetising and wasted no time in letting her know that in the comment section of the post
Sometimes our egos are way better off when we decide not to share things on social media, because boy can they break you down. A young SA lady recently got a taste of this after she shared a picture of the food she prepared online.
In the picture of the post that was made by @_TlhogyM, the young lady prepared some dumplings (dombolo or jexe) in the shape of a muffin with some crispy fried fish on the side. Admittedly, a sauce of some kind was definitely missing.
"When I cook I make sure," she confidently captioned the Twitter post.
Mzansi wasted no time in roasting the homemade meal in the comment section. Many of them remarked that the plate looked quite dry while others laughed at the shape of the dombolo. Read a few of their comments below:
"Yah neh we see! You make sure its dry!"
"I thought it was space muffin but jiki jiki space ledombolo"
"Kanjani coz this food is dry, like a dry clean."
"Muffin dombolo I never espethedith,"
"Who eats dombolo and fish."
"What sure did you make when cooking this meal?"
In other funny Briefly.co.za reports, South Africans are all too familiar with taxi drama - especially those of us who have been travelling on taxis for many years. A Cape Town taxi recently had its bit of drama after the driver of the public transport pulled over on the side of the road.
In a clip shared online by @Simelane_Zatu, a taxi driver is seen standing outside his taxi, which is full of commuters, as he explains that he had decided to pull over because his passengers had not paid him his full fee of R180 and instead only paid R130.
"Cape Town taxi drama is the funniest," Simelane captioned the clip of the upset taxi driver.
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