The Woolies Water Challenge second video is even funnier!!!

The “Woolies Water Challenge” has taken over South Africa’s social media, and the second video is even funnier! #WooliesWaterChallenge #GivesYouPower


Johannesburg South Africa – As a nation, we have an incredible sense of humour, and it is something we pride ourselves on time and time again, no matter if its during good times or bad.

Recently, four guys took a trip to Woolworths to show the funny side of life when shopping at the store. They wanted to show what is now being called the ‘Woolworths effect’ or ‘Woolies Water Challenge’ and it seems to be catching on!

Blake Dell, a Joburger and business owner, visited a store to test the power of the water. His video has also gone viral with the unexpected ending, and social media users are loving it!

Lauren Ashley Robyn posted: “Hahahaha love him.”

Neo Phume commented: “Love my country!!! 🤣”

Sepiso Silumesi Lena added: “Glad to see it works both ways 😹 do y’all have woolies in Germany? I need it after quitting my lessons!”

Pamela Helen replied: “OMG!! He is so funny!”

Demetrich Poole said: “I’m gonna be very pissed if I buy that water and nothing happens.”

Watch the video below (scroll below for the translation):

Translation: This water has power. Makes me want to go and study and get a degree from UJ, marry a black woman and pay Lobola but the problem is I don’t have money!

Sources: Facebook
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  1. Such a pity that this water challenge is promoting the purchasing of single use plastics when we have all the information on how they are destroying our planet.

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