- A young South African man recently headed online to share some snaps of himself as a child and one of him now
- In the caption of the post, the man hilariously credits spice brand Aromat for his amazing transformation from a kid to a handsome man
- South Africans thought the post was hilarious as they headed to the comment section to compliment him on his glow up
Years ago spice company Aromat released a series of advertisements about how the spice had the amazing ability to transform anything from drab to fab. A young man recently headed online to share how Aromat had done the same for him.
In a hilarious post, @OscarMagud shared two photos - one of himself as a uniform-wearing child equipped with shorts, knee-high socks and even a cute little briefcase. The second snap is him as a grown man dressed to the nines and funnily enough still equipped with a man-sized briefcase.
"Aromat!!!" he hilariously captioned the snaps.
Mzansi found it both hilarious and adorable. Many of them took to the comment section to compliment and congratulate him on his big glow-up. Read a few of their comments below:
"I can see you outgrown ububi."
"So, wena Oskido you always carried a bag in your right hand...it's time you reveal the contents...we want to see."
"Yazi I always smile when I see your trucks."
"U almost didn't change at all. This is the king of absolute consistency."
"This suitcase didn't open during the day alot of kids cried skhafithin locked inside."
In more funny and hearty Briefly.co.za news, there is no bond as strong as the one between a mom and her son. A young man recently headed online to share a lovely appreciation post with his beautiful and youthful-looking mother who by the way looks just like him.
In the post that was shared on Twitter by @HumanRecede, he shared two beautiful images with his followers. One of himself and his mom when he was only a child and another of the two of them now all grown up yet still gorgeous looking.
"I appreciate how you raised me & all the extra love that you gave me," he captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
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