Social media users will never cease to amaze Ghanaians with their consistent comments on issues or matters that are going viral or have been going viral.
Facebook users and fans of popular Facebook page or platform, Abena Manokekame have reacted massively to a post that the owner or the person running the page posted today.
Abena Manokekame on its platform posted a picture about the day to day activities that goes on in the society. The post is was just one of the normal messages she post on her platform.
Abena Manokekame's was captioned as, " Cucumbers also have rights." Below is the post that Abena Manokekame posted.
Fans on Abena Manokekame's page hilariously reacted to her post. One of these fans on the platform commented on Abena Manokekame's post and even added a picture to describe what he was trying to explain.
He wrote that, "This cucumber knew the dangers ahead of it, so it decided to protect itself."
What makes this post of his hilarious and funny is the fact that cucumbers are normally straight but the one he posted was a coiled cucumber.
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