An unemployed guy took to social media with a picture showing off the groceries he bought. The guy mentioned in his caption that someone came across one of his tweets about being unemployed and job hunting. Basically, that particular individual decided to send him R300. The guy bought spinach, cabbage, milk, tomato sauce, washing powder, mayonnaise, beetroot, sweet potatoes, mixed vegetables, spaghetti, soup, meat, and tinned fish.
People were left blown away by the number of food items bought. Some left comments saying they do not believe that he spent only R300. The guy decided to post his receipt from the supermarket, which had a total of R302.
There's a lot that people have had to say. Someone left a comment saying, "All this for R300? That's amazing. " Another one said, "How did you get so much stuff with only R300?" See more reactions down below.
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