- A lady shared an absolutely hilarious image of two pairs of denim jeans being used as pot plants to social media
- Ladygrace Sifile shared the image to Facebook group, #ImStaying recently and it quickly went viral
- The post has almost reached 7 000 reactions on the social networking site and the comments are hilarious
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South African's are known for their ingenuity and ability to make something out of nothing. A recent post in the #ImStaying Facebook group shows just that. Facebook user, Ladygrace Sifile posted a peculiar picture.
Ladygrace shared an image of denim jeans being used as pot plants. One of the "pot plants" was visibly thicker than the other but both resembled a human's bottom half. Her post gained almost 7 000 reactions from Stayers.
The comments section is filled with hilarious responses from Stayers who just couldn't grasp why somebody would use denim jeans as a pot plant.
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the reactions.
Katlego Moeng said:
"Are you sure these things don't walk at night? Kidding!"
Llee Ndoh Ntombela wrote:
"This is a result of solving... Solve (X)."
Thabiso Malesela Mercious Sehona commented:
"I'm gonna go hard on my squat game. It can't be that even that plant is more booty-fied than me. I gotta keep at it, I refuse."
Siaah Mhlobiso added:
"I have so many questions"
In other #ImStaying news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a young female farmer has inspired many after starting a backyard nursery. A young Limpopo woman is making a huge difference in her impoverished community.
This after she came up with the innovative idea to grow vegetables inside a nursery in her very own backyard. Shanen Rikhotso first set out on a mission to change the general outlook of her rural village called N’wamitwa, outside Tzaneen in Limpopo after she noticed that the place was plagued by unemployment and youths who have nothing else to do but do drugs and drown their sorrows in alcohol.
Shanen is slowly changing all of that by proving to others that there are opportunities for growth even in a small village. Using herself as an example, she planted veggies in her backyard which soon became a nursery which she decided to call, Ntsakelo’s Nursery.
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