- A talented man with the handle @23chibby has got many talking after he branded the skins of his gadgets
- Many said that his choice of colour is amazing as some wondered how he was able to make them look so cute
- There were tweeps who asked if the gadgets would not be mistaken for real woods and used as such
A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @23chibby has got much applause for the way he changed the faces of his gadgets.
In a tweet on Saturday, January 30, the young man posted the photo showing the new wooden colour skins of his laptop, phone and gamepads.
Many praised him as some wondered if he is not scared that children could use his devices as goalposts since it looks like woods.
There were also people who wanted to know how he could help give their gadgets a new face.
See his post below:
His post has over 69,000 likes and about 13,000 retweets at the time of writing this report. Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"This is awesome."
"This is really good. I appreciate and love this. Keep it up bro."
"With this a man is good to go without boredom."
"Congratulations for making a wooden PlayStation4, you deserve a 5-star award."
"You are good at what you do sir. See as I take follow you."
"Until your stepmom uses your laptop to chop vegetables..."
In similar news from Briefly.co.za, a talented man recently headed to Twitter to share a heartwarming post about his humble hustle. According to the post, he looks through trash to find bottles that he turns into beautiful decorative pieces.
One man's trash is another man's treasure and for this South African man, this could not be any more true. Heading online a hardworking man shared how he turns trash into his own very special kind of treasure.
@Makatjane3 took to Twitter to share how he goes through dumpsites and trash to find old bottles that he uses to turn into decorative pieces for people's homes. He also shared pictures of his beautiful work with his impressed followers. He captioned the heartwarming and inspiring Twitter post:
"When you see me at the dumping site, just know I will be collecting bottles to transform them into decor products."
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