- A lady has taken to Twitter to introduce a new way of baking bread to the world and this has been met with some applause
- The lady with the Twitter handle @pinkxivy took to her page to share pictures of bread that was baked in form of animal
- Tweeps took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts on her creativity
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A lady with the Twitter handle @pinkxivy has taken to the microblogging site to display how creative she is by using flour to create animals.
The lady baked bread in form of animal and shared pictures of such creativity on her page and the post has since gone viral.
This lady's creativity may influence bakers to introduce new products into the market for bread lovers around the world.
Tweeps took to the comment section of her post to share their thoughts on her creativity.
Twitter user with the handle @FrankMcRavall wrote: "Ohhh my Goshhhhh, it's so perfect that I cannot eat it!!!!! I would take care of....a bread!!!!! Arghhhhhh I am becoming more pazzo."
Another Twitter user with the handle @PawgChamp_ wrote: "I'd feel bad biting into that."
Below are other comments:
In other news, Oladele Ogbeyemi, a young graduate and serving member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), has succeeded in redesigning a Mazda 323 car using scrap metals and other waste materials.
Ogbeyemi, whose profile reads that he graduated from the Yaba College of Technology, a tertiary institution based in Lagos, Nigeria, said he achieved this design during the recent lockdown imposed by the country's government.
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Expressing excitement at being able to complete recreating the car, he said the project cost him six months of his allowances as a youth corps member.
"As a present NYSC member, (LA/19C/11514), this project kept me busy during the lockdown. "My inspiration in creating this art piece is as a result of my passion in converting discarded materials into art," he said.
Ogbeyemi noted that ordinarily, these discarded materials cause environmental pollution in several ways yet, "I have found a way to recycle and convert them into sculpted arts.
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