- This hilarious Mzansi TikTokker dropped some tips on how to impress your "white crush” in the pool
- TikTokker @yerik.jomei shared a video of himself demonstrating swimming pool dos and don'ts
- Our main man lets us know that everything in life is better with a little laughter
- Mzansi people could not get enough of his unapologetic moves and asked for some more tips in the comments
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South African TikTokker @yerik.jomei has taken Mzansi by storm with his side-splitting advice on how to win the heart of your "white crush" by swimming in the most elegant and sophisticated manner possible.
Social media has provided a platform for a good laugh and societal stereotypes to be filled with laughter.
Mzansi TikTokker drops “white crush" swimming advice
In the video, Yerik, with his unmistakable South African charm, delivers a hilarious tutorial on the art of swimming gracefully in front of your crush. He starts by emphasising the importance of keeping it elegant and then proceeds to demonstrate a series of comically exaggerated swim moves.
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He dives into the pool with all the finesse of an Olympic diver, glides through the water with the grace of a swan, and emerges from the pool with a dramatic gasp for air that will leave you in stitches.
What makes this video truly special is Yerik's ability to poke fun at stereotypes and turn them into something light-hearted and amusing.
Take a look:
Because, who doesnt like a laugh?
Briefly News chatted to the funny guy to find out why he started his page and why it helps to turn things that are sometimes serious into a laugh. He even makes a joke out of things that are close to him to help heal. Here is what what he said:
"I believe that there is a joke in everything (even in serious matters), and I try to make those jokes to help people feel better about those serious situations. I usually make jokes about an absent father, because I too had an absent father. I never make jokes about something that I never went through. My main goal with my channel is to make people happy, but sometimes I end up offending other people unintentionally."
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Read some of the comments:
The Lone Rider gave some advice:
“If you're scared of swimming, go to a swimming class for one week. The first week it's just getting you accustomed to the water.”
Tumi was stressed:
“He almost bumped his head after diving.”
“My brother, so you can float.”
Kaymoh ❤️ can't Yerik's deal:
“Not our fathers catching the smoke.”
Far South loved it:
“You're a delight. Your posts bring smiles and good vibes.”
Rinathama Muofhe wanted tips:
“How do you float, bro?? Teach me your ways.”
SA woman finds true love and luxury on dating app, shares TikTok video of her lush life
In related news, Briefly News reported that a South African woman's life underwent a remarkable transformation through the power of a dating app.
This South African lady not only discovered true love but also embraced a life of luxury, and she couldn't contain her excitement. TikTok user @tsonga_doll0 shared the video on her page to share her joy and inspire otherse.
In the captivating TikTok video, she provides a glimpse into her newfound happiness as a spoiled wifey.
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Source: Briefly News