- A video of a university student showing off his spectacular hiding skill has gained a lot of attention online
- The young boy was living in the hostel with his roommates and he found a way to hide his foodstuffs
- In a video shared via popular app, TikTok, he hid all his items in places that no one would even imagine
It is said that ‘necessity is the mother of all inventions’ and human beings have always found a way out of difficult situations.
Normally, our brains are wired in that way to come up with creative or innovative ways to do new things that would benefit us.
A young Nigerian student decided to share with citizens how he was able to survive a semester in school while living with his roommates.
In a bid to preserve his foodstuffs, he came up with an incredible plan to hide them in places that nobody ever thought of.
He hid his eba (garri) in a large empty candle wrap. Then, he hid his soup condiments in two empty family-sized toothpaste containers (oral B and Colagate).
Moving on, he had raw garri hidden away in an empty large sachet of sunlight detergent. He was seen pouring it into a plate. He hid cubes of sugar in a box of matches.
The student also took his ingenuity to another level when he poured some detergent into a bucket of water and made it foam.
Subsequently, he soaked (hid) 2 cans of Titus sardines, a pack of cracker biscuits, 1 tin of liquid evaporated peak milk, a can of corn beef, 1 pack of Chivita Strawberry yoghurt inside.
Social media reactions
“Because some roommates can beg you to give them your destiny.”
“My own question is, how did the soup enter the toothpaste?”
@Sunday Victoria commented:
“May we never be confused as this video.”
@Joy Adikwu commented:
“Abeg if you still normal for this country gather here. I wan start counting.”
“I opened my mouth watching this video. Like where the hell did the soup come out from.”
“My brain is not braining right now.”
“What is this?”
“I’m so confused.”
“Never let them know your next move.”
“Oh my goodness what did I watch?”
Watch the video here