- A joker has gone onto Twitter to compare long-distance road travel to air travel and peeps can’t stop giggling at his expense
- The man @_learny shared a snap of the inside of a long-distance bus and compared it to that of an aeroplane and peeps had a lot to say
- South Africans started to poke fun at the man and questioned why there was a pedestrian next to the “plane” and calling on the driver to avoid “potholes” upon take-off
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A man has shared a funny snap of himself in a long-distance bus but instead, he called it the wheels of the air. The popular online joker often shares snaps of hilarious incidents and has amassed quite a following since he began.
The pic shows the inside of a bus which is decked out in a signature blue shade belonging to a popular long-distance travel company in South Africa.
The post received a massive amount of reaction and Saffas were quick to comment.
@_learny captioned it:
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“First time flying ndaze nda nevas.”
“Are they Durban Indian busses?”
“It looks like City to City bus. I don't trust both.”
“ a South African man..”
“@_learnyEldo Airlines. They definitely do fly!”
“Tell the driver to fly carefully, there are potholes in the sky.. safe trip.”
“What’s this airline again?”
“Fly road fair.”
“Are you flying through putco airline or Intercape airline?”
“That man walking by your plane.”
“Wait this is a flight so it's Bluehound, correct me if I'm wrong.”
Photo of man waiting in line to buy panties has Mzansi laughing out loud: “It’s the thought that counts”
In more news about men doing embarrassing things, Briefly News wrote about a photo of a man standing in a queue to purchase ladies' underwear which left social media users with belly aches of laughter.
The image was shared on Twitter by popular user @AdvoBarryRoux and sees a man dressed in what looks like work uniform standing patiently in line to pay for a 2-pack of lace ladies panties.
The tweet was posted on Sunday, 13 February, and had peeps assuming that the man was getting a Valentine’s Day gift for his bae.
Saffas could not help but laugh at the post and shared their reactions to the post:
“Ebile the ones from this church are the worst nightmare ever.”
Source: Briefly News