- An unusual coffee table design with a wheelbarrow frame is keeping South Africans glued to their social media pages
- Because of its wheelbarrow frame, the coffee table is seriously dividing the Mzansi social media space after it was posted by @Mara_Mizar
- The Twitter account holder argues that the table is beautifully designed but he can’t have it in his house because he is still young
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A beautiful coffee table is dividing the South African digital family as they react to its unique design. The stylish table is made out of a wheelbarrow frame and the top side has a glass finish.
It is beautiful and well-designed but many people feel it’s for a house owned by mature individuals or families because it doesn't appeal to the youth.
According to a post by @Mara_Mizar, he says the table is a stunner but he is too young to furnish his home with it.
He captioned his post:
"This is beautiful but ke I am not mature enough to have this in my house. Ndingayiqhuba iphambane!!!"
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The post reads:
"Especially xa iDyan zikhona sibusy ne wash..taking turns kuqhutywanwe ukuyolanda beer efridge."
“Me after a few drinks at my house: "Did I tell you this is the exact wheelbarrow used to build this house"
“Imagine coming back from the groove and you see it.”
“What's remaining is to paint the wheelbarrow frame... and it becomes lit!”
“I will even call my friends siqhubane la endlini when the wife is not around. I'm not matured ngaleyandlela nam.”
“Being matured is depressing sometimes. Mna ndingathi masiqhubane nalomntu ukhona ngeloxesha. Vrrrrrm vrrrm vrrm piiip Pippip.”
“Imbi kodwa lento.”
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This is in a video clip that's circulating on social media. The opening sequence of the video displays a Range Rover SUV vehicle but when the clip plays further, a man appears comfortably sitting in his office.
The short video clip was posted by @AndreYardman and has caught the attention of many social media users in South Africa. The post has amassed 1 463 likes and has been retweeted on 409 occasions.