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‘Leave huns alone and only eat when you’re dizzy’: Follow this guy for ‘practical’ financial advice

With the price of petrol and groceries soaring, we just can’t catch a break. Picture: Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/AP Photo

With the price of petrol and groceries soaring, we just can’t catch a break. Picture: Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/AP Photo

Published Jul 5, 2022

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If you’re planning to visit Tebogo Thobejane’s strip club at R20K a table any time soon, then you probably shouldn’t be reading this.

If you fall into the category like the rest of Mzansi by hanging on by a thread, then we reckon you could do with a good laugh, and maybe take something away from this guy’s advice.

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With the price of petrol and groceries soaring, we just can’t catch a break.

Luckily for us, Twitter is a treasure trove of well-meaning information, dishing out mounds of gold, from cost-cutting measures to sharing on plugs on cheap specials.

One tweep could be onto something. Taking to his socials, Gustavo. stripped everything down to the bare minimum and went survival style with his making-ends-meet advice.

When it comes to dating, he says flatly: “leave huns alone”.

On saving fuel, it’s as simple as “pouring enough petrol to get to your destination and back”.

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We’re not too sure how to feel about eating only when dizzy.

But Gustavo. could be onto something with his “sage” financial advice.

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Other tweeps were equally impressed and came up with their own pearls of wisdom.

“Bonus tip: keep your geyser off, simply shower at gym and charge all your electronic devices there, including your electric scooter,” commented one online user.

Another suggested swopping out pasta for instant noodles.

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One person even went as far as suggesting keeping your milk in the office fridge: “If it’s yellow let it mellow, if it’s brown flush it down. Save on water too. As a matter of fact, switch off your fridge too and use the one at work, but label it ‘baby milk’.”

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