- A man named Chris Bamidele has shown that his cooking skills are at a premium level in a video shared on Twitter
- Chris' cooking skills were appraised by his followers and one or two of them wanted to be sure the meal actually tasted good
- There were tweeps who urged him to get a wife and give up the bachelorhood life
A Twitter user, Bamidele Chris, has stirred reactions after showing off his cooking skills on the bird app. Sharing a short video of him a frying stew, the man captioned it with:
"Bachelor doing bachelor things."
The man also complimented himself for what he did with a hashtag that shows that his sauce was so on point.
A tweep told him to go and marry and another person asked how they would know if his food really had a good flavour.
See his photo below:
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions to his video below:
"How can we confirm the badassness of the sauce?"
"Whatever you are making is burning Chris."
"It's not. That's how the sauce is made."
"Ehey bachelor for Lagos, I reject bachelor for Abuja. My sister what are you waiting for, hurry now."
"Bros go and marry."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a woman with the handle @Dijaah on Friday, March 12 stirred up massive reactions on social media after saying she was ready for marriage. The lady's really high standards seemed to be the biggest turn-off however, as she listed a whole bunch of criteria that any prospective suitor had to possess.
The lady said that the interested person must have an AA genotype and be above 30 years old. That's not all, she added that the person must be able to cook, clean and not mind relocating to the US.
In similar news, a young lady with the Twitter name @Krissymichelle_ went on Twitter to share how her 14-year-old brother celebrated with her and her husband.
The boy posed in chef's livery with the meals he cooked. What perhaps amazed tweeps more was that the plates of food were beautifully presented to create an aura of love.
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Source: Briefly News