We can all agree that one of the many beautiful things about life is the human ability to adapt, create and innovate. The reasons why we are spoilt with so many comfort oriented technologies, are because of the ability of the human mind to think outside this box, and recreate outstanding varieties of equipments.
Creativity is tossed over all works of life; from fashion, to sports , to academics etc.
However, a lot of social media users where stunned by the outstanding, but Scarry levels of creativity shown by the creation of a shoe which looked like a human foot.
At the first sight of these shoes, a lot of Nigerians were reminded of the members of "The Celestial Church of Christ" who trek for miles on bare-foots every Sunday. Some were left wondering if the shoes were originally made for them.
Funny isn't it? That was exactly how.i felt when I first encountered this post.
A random Twitter user registered under the name "NaPaul" posted pictures of the innovation, and a lot of other users had a lot to say about it.
Below are some of the most hilarious reactions to the surprising post.
What do you think?? Do you fancy wearing them? Leave your comments below and don't forget to share.
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