- A fashion-inspired person has headed online to display their newly bought sandals of choice – keyboard sandals
- The strange design choice had Twitter users wondering what in the Ctrl+Alt+Del they were seeing
- Briefly News took a shortcut into the comments section to bring readers all the interesting reactions
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Belgian fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg once said, "style is something each of us already has, all we need to do is find it". And while that may be true, others have taken this notion to quite an extreme.
This is the case for one fashion-inspired person who has headed online to display their newly bought sandals of choice – keyboard sandals, which no doubt had followers on Twitter wondering what in the Ctrl+Alt+Del they were seeing.
But a user of the microblogging platform @jah_vinny_23 felt confident enough to pose the question, keen to find out what others thought of the unconventional fashion item.
The tweet read:
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"What do you guys think of my dope sandals I bought today?"
The sandals are an exact replica of the peripheral input device used to bring readers this story. There was a massive reaction to it as the post attracted nearly 400 likes.
Enthusiastic Saffas place their orders
Briefly News took a shortcut into the comments section to bring readers all the interesting reactions.
"Do you shut down after taking the sandaks off?"
"Can I type my assignment on my way to campus?"
"Imagine walking in a mall while your steps keep saying 'Ctrl+Alt+Del'."
"I bet they type qwerty while you walk."
"You causing computer errors every time you walk."
Cop in shorts gets tongues wagging online, SA reacts to photos
In related news, Briefly News previously reported that a cop in shorts is serving the heat on social media, and it is all for good reason, too, as spring takes off in Mzansi.
While the men and women in blue have a pledge to serve and protect, one decidedly went the extra mile as he offered up some eye candy for Mzansi's fashion police.
Taking to Twitter, a user @Katlie_Moo shared a series of snaps of a constable in the SAPS ranks spreading the summer feels, thanks to the tight-fitting shorts he is wearing.
The caption read:
"Mohale was found shaking."
The police officer is shown in full police uniform, complete with a service weapon conspicuously strapped to his right thigh. The tweet attracted nearly 850 likes and close to 300 retweets.