- Nando's recently headed to their Twitter page to share their thoughts on a snap of a man carrying a chicken drumstick in his pocket
- The fast-food restaurant hilariously asked whether skaftins (lunch tins) became extinct during the pandemic
- Many South Africans found the whole thing super hilarious and shared their thoughts about it in the comment section
Nandos' social media team literally doesn't rest and the evidence of this is the fact that they grab every single opportunity they find online to entertain their thousands of fans. This time the Nando's Twitter page had people laughing after they commented on a snap that was shared of a man carrying a chicken drumstick in his pocket.
"Did skaftins become extinct in the panoramic? Mara if there's space for wedges in there then we aren't complaining," wrote Nando's hilariously.
As they do, the restaurant's loyal fans were quick to jump on it and were soon laughing their heads off in the busy comment section of the extremely funny post. Read a few of their hilarious thoughts below:
"Lol haikhona Nandi phela enwa yena ke sure o phokothetse le sopo!"
"Even if there's no space, I'm sure they'll 'wedge' their way in there."
"JA Broski! that drumstick has a panoramic view of its surroundings."
"Only weak men carry di skhaftin phela."
"Lmao and the roll too. Looks like there is more than enough sauce."
"Some men are scared to use Tupperware as iskhafthini."
Briefly.co.za also reported that Nando's is quickly becoming a source of endless laughter and entertainment on South African Twitter as they time and time again produce the crispiest clap-backs.
This time the lit social media team is guilty of roasting a woman's rolls. It all started when the young lady with the Twitter handle, @_TlhogyM headed to the app to share some photos of what she called her very own homemade 'Nando's rolls.' Of course, Nando's did not let it slide and responded:
"Add some flour, sis! Nkare you didn't hear @rikyrickworld when he said ungazincishi?"
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