- A picture of a wheelbarrow being used as a makeshift braai has South Africans feeling all kinds of ways
- While some felt pride at the creativity and ingenuity others found it quite funny
- The picture of the wheelbarrow braai was shared to the #ImStaying group by Musa Bokweni
South Africans are quite a creative bunch. Most know how to "MacGyver" any situation they come across or in simple terms, SAns can make something out of nothing. That's exactly what happened at a recent get-together.
While it may be a shock to some Saffas, not everyone owns a braai stand. But this didn't affect a group of friends as a wheelbarrow came to the rescue. A piece of metal with squares in it was placed over a fire in the wheelbarrow.
The meat was placed on top of that and there you have it, a makeshift-wheelbarrow braai.
Musa captioned his post that was shared to the #ImStaying group:
"Wheelbarrow came to the rescue. To eternal friends #WeStaying."
He received tons of different responses to the unique braai stand. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top comments below:
More Wageng said:
"You cant beat Mzansi's creativity and its crazy people."
Lwazi Kay wrote:
"Thanks for the idea... You must patent it."
Dune Mac Donald commented:
"Ous make a plan. Us Africans can braai anywhere with anything and in any weather."
Gideon De Jonge added:
"Braai is a braai. No matter what or how."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the unique usage of hail. Siyabonga Zodiac Cele shared an image of Savannah ciders laid on top of a large amount of hail. It's sort of a make-shift freezer.
Siyabonga didn't specify whether the image or the idea was his, he simply said,
"After hail. Only in SA."
This innovative usage of the hail pieces was shared to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently. Stayers loved this idea and many shared that they'd be doing the same if it were to hail again soon. The above shows the amazing innovation South Africans tend to come up with. We really do make the most out of what we have!
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