"How's the Weather in Galilee": Man's Meal Leaves the Net In Stitches

"How's the Weather in Galilee": Man's Meal Leaves the Net In Stitches

- A young man recently headed online to share a snap of his fish and bread for breakfast

- The post attracted hilarious reactions from Twitter users who were reminded of biblical times

- One of the hilarious tweeps even joked that the man was living in Galilee, Israel

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One sees the craziest and most hilarious things on the internet. Recently everyone got a good dose of laughter after a young man headed online to share a snap of his fish, tea and bread breakfast which he captioned:

"How's the Weather in Galilee": Man's Meal Leaves the Net In Stitches
This man had a hilarious response to a tweeps breakfast meal. Images: @Chandisarewa96/LouLDN
Source: Twitter

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The post quickly generated various hilarious reactions as people joked about the man coming straight from Israel where fish and bread were staple food for many Israelites. Briefly News takes a look at some of the various hilarious comments found underneath the funny Twitter post.

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@preye34 said:

"Wow is that fish am seeing there wow. Pls can I have a bite with small bread and a drop of tea wow u spread butter butter too ,pls send me location lemme eat and come back home"

@Zaamonza said:

"Jesus fed 5000 people with 5 loaves of bread and two fishes. he saw bread and fish in this guy's pics he assume he just got his share of the bread and fish Jesus shared in Galilee"

@YotMarichi joked:

"after that? Light enough to walk on water!"

@PeachesDee1 said:

"This totally cracked me up....how do you guys get such amazing responses"

@veembai1 said:

"We are truly undeserving of the internet"

@Chandisarewa96 asked:

"How is the weather in Galilee?"

In other funny Briefly News 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.

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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, which takes quite some time to get done.

"Is it late to cook mogodu?" she asked.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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