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Let’s plant some beer trees!

Let’s plant some beer trees!

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Sometimes the creativity of young people showing their sense of humour is very entertaining, as shown in this picture. This picture has received 1,168 likes and 73 shares.

In the picture, a group of young people on a farm are planting empty cans of beer in rows. And at the right side is a big beer tree full of beer fruit! Of course it is not real, but the creative idea makes the concept quite real.

The comments from other users are quite funny as well.

Bou Saoly commented: “Wow! Can I get 2 cans as seeds to plant by myself too? I hope to grow such a tree too!”

There also people who gave technical advice to the young farmers. Krazi Ken said: “You grow empty can of course will result in empty cans tree, grow cans that have beer!”

Sok Da Vy also commented: “Hahaha.. You are what you sow”

Tep Bi said: “the agriculture specialist!”

How long do you think the seeds need to grow into big trees? Summer Apple said that he has a lot of experience in this field.

Khim Kimleng joked: “Go home if you are drunk”. This is also the opinion of Chandara Mam, who said that they are forever drunk.

As we see, if this miracle can become true, lots of drinkers must be really happy! Of course it is impossible, so that’s why this picture is purely for everybody’s entertainment, especially for beer drinkers who dream of a real beer tree!

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