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Eina my Steakie! #HeritageDay Braai Humour

It’s not Friday, so this isn’t a #FridayFunny post, but it is Heritage Day… and as South Africans we all love a good laugh, with our own special brand of humour. So in the spirit of Heritage Day, let’s celebrate with a little South African humour, courtesy of Kobus Galloway, from IdeesVolVrees.

#HeritageDay Humour - Eina my steakie
#HeritageDay Humour – Eina my steakie

 

A fair assumption is that there are gonna be many a Steakie on the braai today, Where’s yours gonna be? Wherever it may be… remember to claim it on www.SupaBraai.co.za in order to stand inline to win awesome prizes from Supa Quick, Weber & Brafia Sauces every day this month.

P.S. I really love Kobus’ work, and I’m thinking I need to ask him to do a few more… got any ideas for some cool cartoons? If so, please pop me a message in the comments below or hit me up on twitter (@BraaiBoy) and Facebook.

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“Steak Out”, Braai Humour – #FridayFunny

Today’s #FridayFunny comes to you courtesy of good friend and funny guy, Kobus Galloway, from IdeesVolVrees.

Steak Out

#FridayFunny – Steak Out

Where are you going to get your Steak Out tonight? Wherever it may be… remember to claim it on www.SupaBraai.co.za in order to stand inline to win awesome prizes from Supa Quick, Weber & Brafia Sauces every day this month.

 

P.S. I really love Kobus’ work, and I’m thinking I need to ask him to do a few more… got any ideas for some cool cartoons? If so, please pop me a message in the comments below or hit me up on twitter (@BraaiBoy) and Facebook.

 

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“Mad Cow”, Braai Humour – #FridayFunny

Mad CowMad CowMy wife and I went to a buddy’s place for a braai.

He was braaing, and for some reason, turned to me first and asked how I’d like my steak done.
“No worries, I’ll braai my own, thanks. I like it very rare.”, I responded.
“Aren’t you worried about mad cow?”, he asked.
“Nah, she’ll have the same as me.”

And that’s when the fight started…

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“Marshmallow Braai”, Braai Humour – #FridayFunny

Adapted from a True Story:

Snow Marshmallow BraaiAfter we’d done braaing one day, we passed out marshmallows and long forks to the kids.

Just then, two fire trucks roared by, sirens blaring, lights flashing. They stopped at a house right down the block.

All of us (kids included), raced down the street, where we found the owners of the blazing house standing by helplessly.

They just glared at our kids with looks of disgust.

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“Disposable Braai”, Braai Humour – #FridayFunny

I was was returning something at my local supermarket the other day and a woman in front of me was returning a disposable braai. Since is has already been opened, the assistant asked why she was returning it, upon which she replied, ‘Well… there’s no meat in it!’

The assistant calmly explained that the disposable braai was simply to braai the food and it did not actually include any meat.

Before she could turn to leave, the assistant checked the receipt and sarcasticly asked: “I see there are 3 braais on here, aren’t you returning the other two as well?”

“I can’t…”, said the lady, “they are at home in the freezer”.

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“Converted”, Braai Humour #FridayFunny

Every Friday evening after work old Van der Merwe would have a huge braai. But his neighbours, being old-school Catholics were reluctant to eat meat on Fridays, and suffered agonies of temptation as the delicious aroma carried over.

They persuaded their priest to try to convert Van. The priest makes a breakthrough and eventually, Van attends Mass. The priest sprinkles holy water over him and says, “You were born a Protestant, raised a Protestant but now you are a Catholic.”

Everyone was delighted.

But when next Friday night came along, the aroma of grilled steak again wafted over the neighbourhood. The neighbours called the priest who rushed on over just in time to see him hovering over the meat and chanting, “You was born a cow, you was raised as a cow, but now you is a snoek!”

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“Too Wide”, Braai Humour – #FridayFunny

Ted and his wife were working in their garden one day when Ted looks over at his wife and says: “Your butt is getting really big, I mean really big! I bet your butt is bigger than my braai.”

With that he proceeded to get a measuring tape and measure the grill and then went over to where his wife was working and measured his wife’s bottom.

“Yes, I was right, your butt is two inches wider than the braai!!”

The wife chooses to ignore her husband. Later that night in bed, Ted is feeling a little frisky. He makes some advances towards his wife who completely brushes him off.

“What’s wrong?” he asks.

She answers: “Do you really think I’m going to fire up this big-ass grill for one little weenie?”