After going to the market all by himself, see what he bought and he realized this
By Social-mediaGIST | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 0 views
A young man who used to offer his baby money, particularly food, to support him and buy things on the market. Took to his Twitter handle and announced that with 3k just he purchased from the business.
I purchased all these 3k, I'll never take my baby to the store again. The young man bought too many items, because he felt what he bought was much more than what his baby used to purchase for him. This was what the young man tweeted.
He felt it was really inexpensive to purchase and wanted to demonstrate it to some people. Counter to his views, several people told him that he was losing more than his baby. They encouraged him to still take his baby to the market instead of going by himself.
See pictures of all the items he ordered below:
The young man who claimed he will never take his kid to the market again is in the picture below:
See how the friends of that young man responded to what he tweeted:
I hope he'll be the one who cooks everything he's ordered, too, since he likes to purchase it himself.
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