Before Tet, I saw signs of cracking, thought… something crawled under the brick floor
In recent days, on social networks, there has been a stir on social networks about the photo of young banana trees with bricks growing in the middle of the dormitory room of male students in Da Nang City after the Tet holiday. Immediately after being posted, the photo immediately spread on the internet at a dizzying speed and attracted many comments and discussions of the online community.
Spending the whole youth watching the banana tree suddenly stood up bright with bricks.
In it, many humorous comments such as: “The owner of the inn has a leaf”, “Wishing you a new year… don’t retake the exam, soon bloom… baby is like a budding banana tree”. In addition, there are some teasing comments that students will encounter all… bananas. However, there are also many skeptical opinions because they think that with the hardness of the floor, the banana tree cannot cause the floor to crack like that.
Two students next to a “heavy” banana tree growing in their room.
To find out the truth of the case, we visited the dormitory room of two students Nguyen Duy Khanh (20 years old, second year student majoring in Information Technology, Dong A University of Danang) and Nguyen Thanh Thai (19 years old) , 1st year student, Danang University of Technical Education) at Kiet 181, Cach Mang Thang 8 (Khue Trung Ward, Cam Le District, Da Nang).
Bringing us into the room, while going to Khanh, shared, at noon on the 10th of Tet (February 25), both returned from their hometown to Da Nang. As soon as he entered the room, the fire discovered that the ceramic tile in the middle of the floor was cracked, a bunch of bananas with 9 roots that broke the brick grew about more than 50cm.
Banana bushes grow very quickly.
Not believing his eyes, Thai did not have time to remove the mask, sitting stunned staring at the banana tree. Also seeing interesting things, Khanh happily took out his phone to take pictures.
“On the 10th to the 12th of February before the Lunar New Year, I saw the ceramic tile floor showing signs of cracking, put it on, but just thought what was underneath the cow, dug a cave, so I locked the door of my room and went back to my hometown to celebrate Tet. (on the 10th day of the Lunar New Year), we came back and suddenly witnessed this rare event ,” Khanh excitedly shared.