Man transformed his laptop and phone into wood - social media reacts
By Vuyokazikafile04 | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 0 views
A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @23chibby has got a lot of acclaim for the manner in which he changed the essences of his contraptions.
In a tweet on Saturday, January 30, the youngster posted the photograph indicating the new wooden shading skins of his PC, telephone and gamepads.
Many commended him as some contemplated whether he isn't terrified that youngsters could utilize his gadgets as goal lines since it would seem that woods.
"Twitter is better when you have a good number of followers, so what are you waiting for like this tweet and I will follow you but make sure you follow back, u can as well follow me and I will follow back in seconds"@iamdouggy
"I May b I wld come visit...and ur mum wld use d ps4 as tray take serve me drink...I go whine mumsy say I like d tray...dat I wld go home with it and give her 5k to give her son to get another tray."@benterry4u
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There were additionally individuals who needed to know how he could help give their devices another face.
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