- In recent times, little kids have been displaying their creativity and a young boy who also did the same became a subject of discussion on Twitter
- The boy's dad shared a photo of a personal computer his son built and many couldn't stop talking about it
- The tweep with the handle @ImJustErnest said his son built the computer within a few months
A proud dad has posted his son's achievement on social media after the little man built a personal computer. According to the dad with the Twitter handle @ImJustErnest, it took his son a few months to build the computer.
Sharing a photo of the young engineer and his computer, @ImJustErnest wrote:
"My son really built a PC on his own. Only took a few months. I'm a proud dad."
While many hailed the boy on Twitter, others pointed out where he needs to improve. Below are some of the reactions to the post:
"If my child did this I wouldn’t know how to act. You couldn’t tell me NOTHING. I’d bring this up in every conversation possible. Yes I’d like to order the chicken... and since we’re on the subject...”
"I’m worried about air circulation in that PC cause it doesn’t have a lot of vents. I’m assuming you’re waiting on a GPU, which is understandable, but this is so seriously cool and I know I wasn’t doing something this great at that age."
"It takes knowledge to do actually... And to have a kid do it is not a mean feat sir."
In other news, Briefly News reported that Kennedy and Tina are a Nigerian couple that perfectly demonstrates what love is all about. The lovebirds in a recent interview with BBC News Pidgin mentioned something that endears them to each other.
Kennedy on his own part stated that he loves that his wife is a great cook, does the laundry well and other wifely duties. 27-year-old Tina on her part said she loves her husband for his looks and his personality.
Recounting how they met and consequently tied the knot, 30-year-old Kennedy said he had come across Tina in church and approached her for a relationship that would lead to marriage.
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