- Twitter users were wowed when a young man revealed that he is the person whose throwback photo has been used as a meme
- When people doubted him, the man shared more snaps of himself as a kid while he answered different questions from tweeps
- The most popular of all the questions was the reason behind his frown on a day he should be happy for getting a gift
If you have been on Twitter long enough, then you must have seen the photo of a kid with a funny frown while collecting a gift.
In recent weeks, the photo has been used as a meme for different kinds of conversations and responses. While there are many memes like that, it is not every day their owners speak up.
On Thursday, May 6, the young man with the Twitter handle @EvansTed101 claimed it was his photo as he placed a present snap of himself beside it using the "How it started vs How it's going" format.
In the present snap, there is a striking resemblance with his childhood photo as he maintains a 'mature' frown.
See his tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, his post has gathered over 16,000 likes with hundreds of comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"What were you so upset about then?"
"Thanks to your facial expression, we've had so far the best meme to represent gifts that are of no value to us. Just asking, why were you angry?"
"Which school be that?"
"Madonna, for area 3."
"Me wondering what was going through your mind that moment."
"I really would like to know why you were crying."
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Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that the South African Nando's social media management and marketing team are quickly becoming a source of endless laughter for many South Africans after they once again threw shade, this time at another popular restaurant, Chicken Licken.
It all started after on local tweep tweeted about adding Nando's peri-peri sauce to his Chicken Licken meal. This obviously did not sit well with Nando's who subsequently tweeted the following response:
"It’s ok to stop tweeting after ‘peri peri sauce’. Tlogela dinto tse snaaks," wrote Nando's who also included an hilarious meme to reassert their feelings clearly.
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