- A young woman recently headed online to share a snap of some very clean tripe (mogodu)
- In the caption of the post, the young lady asks whether or not it was too late to cook the meal, which usually takes hours to soften
- Many social media users completely ignored her question and were soon roasting the snap of the tripe instead
Joining social media means exposing yourself to endless possibilities of getting roasted by social media users. A young woman got a nice taste of this after she headed to Twitter to share a snap of some tripe that she wanted to cook.
According to the caption of the post that was made by the young lady, @Thlogi_M, she was interested in knowing whether or not it was too late in the evening to prepare the mogodu meal, that takes quite some time to get done.
"Is it late to cook mogodu?" she asked.
Mzansi seems to always have some jokes up their sleeves and wasted no time unsleeving them to roast the young lady, who they thought had overcleaned her tripe meat. Read a few of their hilarious comments below:
This mogodu looks like it was in the washing machine spinning for 1hr, not even a little bit of dirt left. Mogodu mustn't be this clean."
"I thought it’s a blanket."
"Why does this look like a smoker's lung... I need to quit medicine."
"Looked like a fluffy bathrobe to me."
"Where is that element of dirtiness?"
In similar hilarious Briefly News, social media definitely is not for the weak at heart. A young lady recently heard this the hard way after heading to popular social media app Twitter to share a snap of the meal that she had proudly prepared.
The young lady with the Twitter handle, @sivu_maks_ shared the photo of her rice, gravy, pumpkin and chicken meal. In the caption of the post she bragged about how she considers herself wifey material because of her cooking skills.
"Did someone say marriage material," she captioned the plate of food.
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