- A young man recently headed online to share a few snaps of some concrete pipes that had been transformed into amazing spaces
- In the snaps, the concrete pipes were transformed into either eating places, hotel rooms, and even toilets
- Mzansi found the concept amazing and shared many thoughts about it in the comment section of the post
It's amazing what can be done with things we never knew could be used for anything else except what they were made for. A young South African Twitter user recently headed online to share a post about concrete pipes that had been transformed into beautiful spaces.
In the various wonderous snaps that were shared by @kulanicool, the concrete pipes were turned into beautiful eateries, what looks like a hotel or accommodation space, and even a bathroom facility - amazing right.
"Transformed concrete pipes," he captioned the post.
South Africans were truly blown away by the concept and shared many comments about it. While some shared their concerns and of course jokes, others complimented the transformed concrete pipes.
Read a few of their interesting comments below:
"What if iroller nathi siphakathi inside?"
"So ke malala pipe"
"If dat Thing Spin ♂️♂️ yerrrr Ek sal Yoh Kak"
"So if you sleep in here, do they still call you "Malala Pipe""
"These are made of fiber.. they're 150 pieces though they're a waste now. They can be transformed also."
"Oh this is beautiful! Where is it?"
"Look at this one, nice restuarant."
"I’m not taking my chances.... I don’t want to be on a 1000 ways to die"
In similar Briefly.co.za news, a video shared by GistReel shows a female pilot, Eva Gichuru, getting massive praise from people at the airport after safely bringing a plane to land following bad weather conditions.
It was a moment laced with great pride and happiness as people gathered at the lounge to welcome the flight crew. As the crew came into sight, the passengers started clapping. One of them shouted "that's she" as a way to point out the heroine of the day.
People kept saying "God bless you" as they hugged her to show great appreciation for what she did. With their phones whipped out to capture the moment, the passengers circled around the woman.
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