- A man proudly showed off the home improvements he managed to pull off in just three weeks
- He revealed he spent $600, which is about R10 000, to turn his backyard into a cozy entertainment spot
- The post gathered over 401 000 likes on Twitter and people across the world were in awe of his creativity
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One man showed you only need a bit of time and some money to pull off miracles. On Wednesday, social media user, @MonsieurHolly, shared before and after photos of his backyard.
He managed to use only $600 (which is about R10 000) to turn an unused cul de sac into an amazing entertainment area.
The first photo shows a normal, dull backyard while the second one has a green turf, picnic table, string lights and a television mounted against the wall.
Not only did he not use a lot of money - well at least not for Americans - but he also pulled off the transformation in just three weeks.
His post was captioned:
"Took me three weeks and $600, I turned an unused cul de sac in my back yard into my new picnic and chill area."
The post gathered over 401 000 likes in just a day and social media users were in awe of how he managed to transform the space in less than a month.
Twitter user, @ExcuseMeRants2, commented:·
"Ive been wanting to do something like this in my backyard. Where did you get the green/turf from? $600 is impressive."
Another tweep, @Busisiwe__M, wrote:
"If my man can’t do this, I don’t want him!"
Even Netflix saw the tweet and reached out to @MonsieurHolly.
"Absolutely love this! Check your DMs"
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In other news, a young woman, who was only identified Tshepang, shared her hustle on social media. The beautiful lady revealed she is studying towards a career in aviation but need the funds to make her dream a reality.
The dedicated South African reveals she sells biscuits to raise money for aviation school. Tshepang shared her story in the comment section of Somizi's Twitter post and she captioned the post:
"Agee Abuti SomG. Ka kopo tu! Please help me spread my hustle ya di biscuit. I'm raising my own funds to go through aviation school hle. I cannot afford to pay you to post."
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