YOU NEED YUM TINGS IN YOUR LIFE BRUH!

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Just bumped into this Podcast titled  “Yum tings” hosted by @AnthonyBila  and @j_cillers not sure when it was founded though but without doubt y’all should take your time and listen to it. They call it the oracle of the internet but in details yum tings is similar to a radio station show that touches on conversations about the latest online info specifically music just that instead of featuring too much mainstream music yum tings play majority non mainstream artists, artists you probably haven’t  heard of and another thing is an episode is 30+ minutes long, each airs live per week not sure which day of the week but I’m guessing Fridays.
In conclusion, just after listening to one episode i was hooked then right away decided to share it with you and trust me you do need this in your life!

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https://m.soundcloud.com/yum-tings

and @YumTings

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When restaurants like KFC and MacDonald’s introduced free WiFi in South Africa for kids like me who dont have a rooter and are always on apps like tumblr, apps that consume a lot of data it helped out alot. I’m from a township in Limpopo restaurants that had free WiFi were about 24 km away this meant i had to travel then buy a meal that cost About R100 or more and if you think about it to spend that much amount including transport costs just to use free WiFi it’s an absolutely ridiculous idea. I then relocated to Gauteng after my senior year(matric) and here when I’m in the city either it be Pretoria or Johannesburg free WiFi is abundant just that most of them are daily limited to 250mb or less this means if i want to access unlimited WiFi  i have to go to restaurants like Piatto, these restaurants don’t come cheap so if i have no money(which is most of the time)  i usually stand outside or within range of the WiFi signal but nonetheless unlimited or limited at least i get to feed my brain with new information daily for free also this post your reading it was shared via free WiFi from KFC…i spent R7.90 on ice cream though so i guess in a sense it was not free.