– A Nigerian man did not like what his carpenter came up with despite the fact that he gave him a sample
– Taking to Twitter, the man said that the artisan failed him and made a table that looks entirely different from the expected
– Many Nigerians in his comment section also shared about their similar horrible experiences
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A young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @folastag has gone on the platform to share how his carpenter disappointed him.
Before now the “what I ordered vs what I got” had most times always been about dresses and tailors disappointing.
Making a post along that line on Friday, February 19, the man said that his carpenter made an entirely different thing from the photo he sent him.
His tweet was a quote to his earlier tweet where he said that he is planning to deal with the man for his failure.
The photo of the end product is a far cry from the sleek table design in the photo he sent him.
See his post below:
As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 6,000 likes with almost 4,000 retweets.
Bioreports compiled some of the reactions below:
“Pull it up small, boya it is elastic.”
“Maybe it is just me but I don’t see a difference o. Where’s your chair?”
A Nigerian man has complained bitterly after his tailor disappointing him,
Photo source: @folastag
“How much did you pay?
The man replied:
“Similar happened to me… When he arrived with it, I asked him if I told him I wanted to bake with it in place a cooker on it… Sent him off with his table… Mtcheeew.”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that a young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @AlexanderAnike went online to display his carpentry skill.
On Sunday, February 14, the man shared the photo of a luxurious bed frame he made as he begged tweeps to retweet it for a wider reach.
The cushioned frame has a double-padded side-rest where one may choose to lie or sit on. It also has a cabinet at the edge where drinks or valuables could be stored. Many found the work beautiful as they asked him how they could get one for themselves.
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Bioreports. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books. He tweets @omotayome.