This particular Man Thought a Beautyblender Being Cleaned in Drinking water Was Tea, Drinks Anyway
Beautyblenders are usually literally the most important tool in many of our beauty bags— yet they’ve also been mistaken, especially by men, for being items other than a makeup sponge. Yesterday, in a series of regrettable events, a man in London mistook a Beautyblender being cleaned for a glass of tea. Sounds innocent enough in the beginning, right? Yet about halfway through sipping, it turned out his comforting drink wasn’t good old English breakfast tea after all— even though, it sure does looks like it. It was actually the cup of hot water with a BeautyBlender soaking inside.
Niamh McManus, from Redcar, England, published a tweet Thursday showing a BeautyBlender floating in the cup, with the caption, “Put my beauty blender in the cup of hot water and left it to bathe to clean it n my brother started drinking it considering it was a cuppa x Soz x. ”
We cant even imagine what this particular must have tasted, felt, and smelled like. This small mishap has led to 9. 5K retweets on Tweets, since the whole thing is pretty traumatizing to brothers, makeup fans and tea drinkers everywhere.
Sadly the entire incident was largely predictable, considering just 2 days ago several men had been exposed on social media for having absolutely no concept what the makeup tool is— most compared it for an egg.
Put my beauty blender in a cup of hot water and left it to soak to clean it n my brother started drinking t thinking it was a cuppa x Soz x pic.twitter.com/31kgVNYRS4
— niamhmcmanus (@NimffMcManus) January 25, 2017
Naturally, Tweets freaked out.
— FATIHA (@Fatiha_Thal) January 26, 2017
@NimffMcManus 😲bet he had a shock ! Lol
— Kathy Cakebread (@kathcake) January 26, 2017
— ellie (@Ellie_may_12) January 26, 2017
— Hannah Stott 👸🏽 (@hanstottx) January 26, 2017
Some users, although, were more shocked at this method of cleaning a BeautyBlender and questioned McManus exactly how she does it and if she adds cleaning soap into the mixture. (While others on Twitter thought it had been all a fake story altogether. ) Either way, it might be pretty hilarious and gross, real or not.
And while the BeautyBlender is praised by makeup artists plus beauty enthusiasts all around, it’s probably not the best ingredient within tea. Or any other drink, for that matter.
Shout out to McManus for teaching the world two matters: How to clean a BeautyBlender— and to be on the lookout for any unforeseen items in your drink.
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