Elon Musk shares a light-hearted moment on Food with Indian techie on Twitter
Tesla Motors CEO and Billionaire Elon Musk has a quite good sense of humour and it is reflected from his tweet. The Tesla CEO is an avid Twitter user and is quite active on reflecting about various issues through his tweets. Recently, Elon Musk was engaged in a conversation with Indian techie over food and the conversation is relatable and yet funny.
Elon Musk posted the image of coffee beaker through his tweet and wrote, “Stop the war on straws’’! The image in the tweet had a caption on it “Not me latching on to my cold brew”. The coffee beaker which was present in the image had a cone-shaped top. The cone-shaped top could be used to sip beverage directly without even using a straw. This is quite contrasting as people generally use straw to drink hot or cold beverage.
Indian software engineer Pranay Pathole supported Elon Musk on this issue. Pranoy supported Musk by sharing a post on Ice Cream with a wooden spoon. The post read, “I remember the spoon’s taste more than the ice cream”. The caption on the post read “Who else?” The Tesla CEO reacted to this post by Pranay with a ‘100’ emoji which meant that he completely agreed with the opinion.
Who else? 😉 pic.twitter.com/ECSAVDQ7bU
— Pranay Pathole (@PPathole) May 13, 2022
For those who are unaware, Pranay Pathole is a software professional based in Pune and is regularly in touch with Elon Musk through Twitter. Recently, Elon Musk has tweeted about buying Coca-Cola and adding cocaine back in it. Even though the statement was made in a light-hearted manner, many netizens took it seriously.
Elon Musk has hit the headlines ever since he made a deal to buy Twitter for $44 billion. However, a few days earlier, the Tesla CEO said that he has put the $44 billion Twitter deal temporarily on hold. Elon plans to know the exact details about the fake or spam accounts before he buys Twitter. Out of the massive $44 billion deal, Elon Musk plans to pay $21 billion from his own pocket. The remaining amount will come from a consortium of banks.