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Viral Video Shows English Professor Selling Momos. Internet Has Mixed Reaction To It

The food world keeps surprising us with fresh ideas and funky serving techniques, all thanks to the inventive vendors and the online buzz. We have seen wild food experiments like Mexican pani puri, fanta Maggi, and curd gulab jamun. Remember the Turkish ice cream maestros, flipping cones for fun? They rocked the internet too. Now, get ready for the newest sensation in serving: an English professor turned momos magician. Not your usual “momo wale bhaiya”, this man has a unique flair. Still not convinced? Check out the video making rounds online – it’s the real deal.
In the video that’s creating a buzz, the vendor is carefully arranging the momos while saying, “Try homemade momos. You will surely like the taste. Very hygienically prepared, try once. And the moment you will eat, you will come to know the taste of the ingredients as well as the fillings inside. As I have told you, I have made the flour, the outer layering, and the shell of momos is very thin.” Not only his words were captivating, but his fluency in language impressed the internet too.
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Take a look at the video below:

The caption of the reel reads, “English Professor selling Homemade momos with badam ki chutney and Schezwan sauce”. This video has collected 11.5 million views on the platform. There were many funny comments in the comment section.
“Bro describing momos like he made sushi”, a user wrote.
“Grammatically prepared momos”, added another user.
A person wrote, “Can’t rate the momo as I haven’t tried but 101 for the effort (especially for the hygiene announcement).”
A funny comment read, “Bhai isse badia Punjab me IELTS ka tution khol do [It’s better to start IELTS coaching centre in Punjab].”
Itni English to mera English ka teacher bhi nahi bolta [Even my English teacher doesn’t speak this much English]”, a person said.
“Fake accent alert,” echoed a few on social media.



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