- A hilarious South African social media recently decided to make a funny photoshopped snap of Mr Smeg marrying his famous red kettle
- Mr Smeg who soon spotted the funny snap, quickly headed to Twitter to find out who made the hilarious image
- Many South Africans who are familiar with Mr Smeg shared hilarious comments about the snap in the replies section
Mr Smeg is also known as Michael Bucwa or Mr Shoulder to cry on has finally had his dream come through - well at least digitally. It all started when a funny Twitter user decided to unite Mr Smeg with his kettle in a way that he didn't expect.
The anonymous person hilariously photoshopped Mr Smeg and his famous red kettle onto the faces of a couple who had just tied the knot. What makes it even funnier is how the person decided to make Mr Smeg the bride and the kettle his groom.
"Bathong , who did this?," he hilariously captioned the post.
Many of his followers thought that it was actually quite fitting. A lot of them headed to the comment section to share hilarious comments. Read a few of them below:
"Are these twins or is the same Makoti?"
"Ola Smeke Njayam.Your beauty has never been so bad Sparkles Dizzy symbol. You are blessed in every way, such Talent and Intelligence. You are worth the name and you are worth the status. I wish nothing but happiness, more Money, and SMEG for you I am here if you need a shoulder to cry on."
Briefly.co.za also reported that earlier Mr Smeg unwillingly started a hilarious but strange trend after sharing another one of his notorious brag posts about his kettle. Under the guise that he was showing people his drawer full of plastic bags, Mr Smeg flexed his brilliant red Smeg kettle.
"Every black South African has a drawer full of plastic bags in their house," he hilariously captioned the post, which was just another way of him showing off his kettle.
Clever Saffas did not miss the opportunity to make something out of the post and were soon recreating Mr Smeg's photo with their own kettles. Many of them also shared their thoughts with the kettle-lover in the comment section.
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