Man in the Mirror: Tearful Laughter Spreads After Man Sees His Reflection

Man in the Mirror: Tearful Laughter Spreads After Man Sees His Reflection

- A video of an unknown man angered at his own reflection has left Mzansi in stitches

- The man is sitting in the passenger side of a vehicle as he uses the mirror to stare at himself

- After slamming the mirror in frustration the video was shared online and South Africans can't deal

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Some people love themselves and some don't, but one man totally takes the cake. @kganyasp shared a video of an unknown man's hilarious response to his own reflection in a car mirror. The man stares at himself for the majority of the video.

He then seems to be angered by his own reflection and slams the mirror back into position. His facial expression changes completely as he sits, frustrated at his own appearance. The clip is just 10 seconds long but is sure to have anyone snorting out their nose.

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South Africans have taken to @kganyasp's replies section to share a few memes, videos and comments in response to the man's reaction to himself.

Man in the mirror: Humorous response to own reflection creates chuckles
This man's response to his own reflection left South Africans across the country laughing to tears. Image: @kganyasp
Source: Twitter

Watch the clip below:

Read some of the hilarious responses to the video below:

@uncletshephi wrote:

"He must blame his parents."

@KPSentsho said:

"He felt what those who see him daily feel."

@_JoynerB tweeted:

"Anytime I open my front camera."

In similar news, recently reported on a clip of a man pranking a lady that had the whole country laughing. The EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi took a brief break from Twitter rants and online politics and for a change found himself enjoying a good laugh at a hilarious clip of a man playing a prank on a woman.

In the clip that was originally posted by @RhuNdimande, a woman can be seen exiting her car and opening the boot to take out her parcels and then closing it, not long thereafter, she closes it again but once again it opens, this continues for a few minutes as a man in a house nearby presses a button to continuously open the boot.

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"Boys will be boys. We love them like that," Rhu captioned the clip, while Mbuyiseni shared laughing emojis. Locals also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts:

@banele_sphe asked:

"Kanti wena Didn't you just call a point of order on the debate."

@oemontwedi said:

"My wife did this to me the other day. I left the damn thing open."

@MabGee26 said:

"Your Boyfriend is busy howling there wena Shluth."

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