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Twitter reacts to young Black girl mistaking oil sheen for cooking spray (oops)!
When there simply are no words for situational folly, Black Twitter always comes through in 140 characters or less. Coral, a London-based student, tells BuzzFeed how she discovered that her friend had been mistaking sheen oil for cooking olive oil.
While attending a BBQ at a friend’s house, the 20-year-old Brit noticed something peculiar in her friend’s kitchen.
Coral learns that night, that her friend had been using ORS Oil Sheen Spray as a cooking spray. Needless to say, it went viral when friend Roisin tweeted the message Coral had sent of the incident, and the reactions are exactly what you would expect:
Using sheen spray as cooking oil .. please don't let my grandma hear this, it'll be her thesis statement on "DON'T EAT AT OTHER FOLKS HOUSE"— Liz❤ (@e_lizabeth__) June 7, 2016
Special PSA to my great friends: ORS Olive Oil Hair Sheen is kinda flammable, probably toxic. Not for your eggs. https://t.co/HcnRfAqrgp— George (@annalaurelei) June 7, 2016
HOW do you mix up ORS olive oil HAIR sheen with regular cooking olive oil?! pic.twitter.com/PJ7mQoxhbH— ✨june 15th✨ (@_teenagerebel_) June 7, 2016
If I walked into someone's kitchen and they have ors olive oil in there I'm walking out immediately pic.twitter.com/7890oGPuAC— SANDCASTLES (@KissMeLoveMe__) June 7, 2016
Why is the oil sheen next to the cooking oil….only wal mart in huntsville http://t.co/6y4IlKV— cocoaxoxobee (@thegradspot) August 10, 2011
Meanwhile it's some Afro-Carribiean ladies in the UK not able to find the damn ORS Olive Oil hairspray and they are PISSED!— Kasey (@bastylefilegirl) June 7, 2016
The photo of the sheen spray incorrectly merchandised in the cooking aisle of a Walmart could be the explanation for Coral’s friend’s confusion.
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