High School Boy Builds a Blender on His Own, Blends Tomatoes With It in Viral Twitter Video

High School Boy Builds a Blender on His Own, Blends Tomatoes With It in Viral Twitter Video

  • A young boy in secondary school produced a blending machine made from empty cans and a rubber cup
  • The boy demonstrated how the blender works in a video by using it to blend tomatoes for people to see
  • The video went viral and caught the attention of many Twitter users, who praised the boy for his impressive skills

PAY ATTENTION: Briefly News launched a YouTube channel Briefly TV. Subscribe now!

A talented secondary school boy built his blending machine, which worked well.

The schoolboy appeared in a video posted on Twitter by Interest, showing how the machine works.

Photos of a boy who built his own blender.
The young boy built a blender. Photo credit: Twitter/@Interest.
Source: UGC

The TikTok video showed the skilled boy using a rubber cup and an empty tomato can to build the blending machine.

He was in his school's uniform when he test-ran the blending machine, and it worked perfectly.

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly News on your News Feed!

Read also

Pedi gent shares DIY interior design tutorial for decorative wall panel, Mzansi thanks him for the plug

The boy who built his blender goes viral

The fresh tomatoes were already poured into the blender and blended into a paste when the boy touched a button.

Many people who have seen the video are impressed by the boy's technical skills and appreciate how the blender worked.

Others say kids in other countries produce more sophisticated things like phones.

Watch the video below:

Reactions from Twitter users as boy produces a blender

@tweetsbyobinna said:

"He looks so proud. Pls keep going, don't let Nigeria stop your dreams."

@man_like_leke said:

"Can we stop importing blenders now."

@MaOnhiawoda reacted:

"We celebrate mediocrity. Kids in china are doing far more advanced technologies and we are here celebrating someone making a blender. One which doesn’t even work properly. We have to aspire for bigger things because this poverty mentality is what is killing us."

@Abu____Amal said:

Read also

Lion inside house in TikTok video gets 4.4M views, viewers mortfiied as wild cat mounts door

"All these things are neither invention (as a blender is already in existence) or innovation (it's not an improved version of a blender). Makes you wonder what's the point?"

Woman invents cap that prevents spiked drinks

In a similar article, Briefly News reported that a young woman trended on Twitter after inventing a cap that prevents women's drinks from spiking.

The woman was praised on social media for creating something that could tackle the issue of women's drinks being spiked at clubs.

The babe called her product "Khapped", and it was welcomed with open arms.

PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!

Source: Legit.ng

Rianette Cluley avatar

Rianette Cluley (Director and Editor-in-Chief) Rianette Cluley is a senior content specialist, who previously worked as a journalist and photographer for award-winning local community publications within the Caxton group. Over the past 16 years, Rianette's leadership skills and passion for story-telling, have culminated in a successful career with Briefly News (joined in 2016). She also attended the Journalism AI Academy powered by the Google News Initiative and passed a set of trainings for journalists from Google News initiative. E-mail: rianette.cluley@briefly.co.za

Tebogo Mokwena avatar

Tebogo Mokwena (Current Affairs editor) Tebogo Mokwena is a Current Affairs Editor at Briefly News. He has a Diploma in Journalism from ALISON. He joined Daily Sun, where he worked for 4 years covering politics, crime, entertainment, current affairs, policy, governance and art. He was also a sub-editor and journalist for Capricorn Post before joining Vutivi Business News in 2020, where he covered small business news policy and governance, analysis and profiles. He joined Briefly News in 2023. Tebogo passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative Email: tebogo.mokwena@briefly.co.za