- A Twitter user shared a pic of a few men standing in a pool while they balanced a few electric chords on a rubber shoe
- They seemed to be trying to cook something inside the swimming pool but the danger in their actions has resulted in some witty social media reactions
- Netizens were asked by the OP to warn the men but do it in Afrikaans and boy did the responders do a good job
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@_LeratoMabuza shared a snap of a group of guys trying to be 'creative'. The pic shows the men standing in a pool and using an electric appliance. The scary part is that they balanced the extension chord and plugs on shoes.
With one kick or the move of a hand, the entire contraption will end up in the swimming pool and probably end up electrocuting them. @_LeratoMabuza asked peeps online who saw her post to warn the men in Afrikaans and the results are sure to make a tear drop dramatically from your eye in laughter.
The post gained just over 200 likes on Twitter but the pure comedy gold in the replies section makes for a good laugh.
Take a look at the post below:
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Get comfortable because these jokes are lit
"Julle gaan julle gat sien..."
Translation: "You all will see your bums"
@rtrethabile's hilarious response made no sense:
"Die boerewors bokke!!!"
"Jy sal braai."
Translation: "You will braai."
"Klim uit die water dis gevaarlik."
Translation: "Climb out the water, it's dangerous."
@PeekayMashego talked about a popular Afrikaans TV show:
"Hy hy jou 7de Laan. Klim uit die swembad."
Translation: "Hey hey, you 7de Laan. Clim out the swimming pool."
@Nhlanhl98195135 hilariously wrote:
"Koeksister my sister."
"What in the Pied Piper?": Woman's peculiar shoe gift has Mzansi chuckling at their screens
In more peculiar yet funny social media posts, Briefly News previously reported that fashion is all about personal taste and a social media post proved just that. A Twitter user that goes by the handle @anentiresnack shared the uniquely styled pair of shoes that her aunt purchased for her.
The pointed toe paired with a short, seemingly unnecessary, zip had social media users sharing meme after meme. Although some netizens were under the impression that her aunt didn't like her, others admired the formal footwear.
The mixed responses left under @anentiresnack's post just shows that beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder. South African social media users savagely ripped the pair of shoes to shreds and left her aunt no room to breathe.
Source: Briefly News