As everyone probably knows by now, South Africa has made it a habit of coining certain products or services with names or tags which aren't exactly the original names of that particular product or service.
Most of the times, this is done so as to simplify the name of that product or service, in order for to resonate with well with people. The funny thing is that no one actually knows the person who coins these namesof but nonetheless, it doesn't matter because everyone just flows with it.
For instance, in South Africa toothpaste is referred to as Colgate or any truck which transports cash money is usually referred to as simply, Fidelity, this is despite Fidelity being a singular company on its own, even though there's still other trucks that transport money including likes VSB or G4S just to mention a few of the many.
Believe it or not, even when it comes to chairs, it seems like most South Africans have already concluded that this chair above is called a "Camp Chair" and that's far from the truth, it it's name isn't a Camp Chair, it is called a Spider Chair.
Now I know this is a hard pill to swallow but it's the honest truth and structurally it makes perfect sense that it can be called a spider chair, due to the way that it is positioned.
WILL YOU START CALLING THIS A SPIDER CHAIR? TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK IN THE COMMENTS SECTION
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