A Guy Took Twitter To Tell A Story Of The Christmas Miracle Bread, And It Seems Their Group Have Decided Meeting Up On The Day It Expires To Eat It!

First thing first, Twitter is the place for people to share their puns, memes, rants, and everything in between; but most importantly, Twitter is the best platform for antics-like tweets. The more antics-like the tweet is, the more popular it will get – it’s Twitter’s unstated law. Anyway, talking of antics-like tweets, a guy named Jimmy Watkins, from the United States, took Twitter to tell a story about a miracle bread. Yes – this loaf of bread is not an ordinary bread which expires at the drop of a hat but forces you to wait until its last day of expiry before you even dare to taste it – a social trending threat worth your attention, if you may:

Jimmy Watkins Started A Thread On Twitter About The Christmas Miracle Bread He Found:

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Jimmy Watkins is a musician who shared a series of tweets that had tweeters laughing out loud. Actually, Jimmy was in a local petrol station when a drunk guy approached him, asking about the expiry date of a specific loaf of bread. When he truly learned the answer, he hilariously excelled that it was insane. Someone suggested it may be a Christmas Miracle Bread…which I consider nonsense!

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After people found out the elated theory of the bread, and Jimmy decided to buy it stopping the annoyance of the lady, the group of people shared the load of bread between them, like religious lucidity!

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Take A Look At How People Reacted Over The Christmas Miracle Series:

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