- A young man was recently at the receiving end of some shade after he shared a clip of himself breaking an egg with his bicep muscle
- A lady who wanted to share that it was hardly impressive then shared a clip of herself breaking an egg with her arm, which is considerably smaller than his
- While some social media users thought it was hilarious, others pointed out that the man used his muscle while she used her inner elbow
The internet has never been a place for the weak at heart and another hilarious clip that was shared online proves that this is true. In the clip that was shared by @BayouBun, a muscled man can be seen cracking an egg using his biceps.
Not very long into the clip, a young lady can be seen attempting the same thing and actually succeeding but the only difference is that she does not have any muscles - which makes the man look quite silly for flexing his egg breaking ability.
Thousands of social media users found the clip extremely hilarious and were soon heading to the comment section to make funny comments about it in the busy replies section. Read a few of them below:
"She cracked it with her inner elbow. He used his bicep. Completely different"
"Where is this from lmao"
"What did I just watch."
"There was no need."
"Chickens look at y’all, wasting their eggs."
"So we're just wasting food during a pandemic?"
"We are in the middle of a pandemic and y’all wasting food."
In other funny Briefly.co.za news, South African social media users are certainly full of jokes - particularly when it comes to the current political situation in the country. Taking to Twitter, a young South African media personality, @TumiSole, shared a hilarious clip of a soldier struggling to march correctly.
In the funny clip, the soldier seems to be unable to pull himself together which forces the captain to step up and try and assist him and even this doesn't help. In the caption of the post, Sole hilariously compares the two soldiers to president Cyril Ramaphosa and Ace Magashule.
"Exclusive Vid of Cyril Ramaphosa trying to get Ace to tow the line! #ANCNEC," he wrote in the caption of the post.
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