- A South African Twitter user recently headed online to share a hilarious clip of men having a pillow fight
- In the clip, the men are blindfolded and the results of this make the clip, even more, funnier than ever
- Many South Africans were reminded of other hilarious games and tricks they had once witnessed or seen in a clip
A person can see just about anything on the internet, even things that you never thought you'd see. A clip of a few young men seemingly enjoying a pillow fight was shared on to Twitter by a local app user, @advobarryroux.
In the hilarious and surprisingly fun-filled clip, the young men are blinded folded and this makes for a hilarious twist to the clip as the two of them can be seen trying to hopelessly avoid getting hit with a pillow by the opponent who stays swing the fluffy white bedroom apparatus in the air.
"Banna," @advobarryroux hilariously captioned the funny clip.
Meanwhile, many South Africans headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the funny clip. A lot of them also took some time to share similar but different funny clips that have been making their way around the internet.
Read a few of their funny comments below:
"I like this game."
"What game is this? this is fun."
"This reminds me of this one game I used to play back when I was young."
"Look how happy men are without that other species."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, Takkies has always been a vibe ever since we first met her while she sang in the Mzansi music group Fly Chix. Those days are far behind her as she now busies herself by being fit and sharing adorable videos of herself dancing with her cute family.
Heading online, Takkies posted a clip of herself, her hubby, and their two daughters enjoying some traditional XiTsonga dancing. The entire crew was even dressed in matching Tsonga attire - and yes it was adorable.
"Moments with my beautiful family Sending you all beautiful positive energy. #Xitsonga #Xibelani #SouthAfrica," she captioned the Twitter post.
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Source: Briefly News