Photo credit: Facebook.com/Dave Tonks

Man designs a ‘DIY water feature’ using whisky bottles—and it looks amazing

May 15th, 2020

Have you ever experienced falling down the stairs, insulting someone you don’t know, or even trying to call your exes when you’re drunk? More often than not, drunk people present the “worst version” of themselves, leading to all these uncontrollable actions.

However, people are generally different from each other, even if they are under the influence of alcohol.

A good case in point is this man named Dave Tonks who resides in Gloucester, England. Last May 9, Tonks posted a Facebook video about his creative masterpiece, which is a water feature made from a famous whiskey brand.

LADBible reported that he had been saving the bottle to use it as candle holders, however, his partner Lisa thought of a better idea they can reuse these beverage bottles.

Together with other things available in their garden,  he used the pump from their old fountain to complete the JD-inspired water feature, while Lisa took charge of the overall design. He also admitted that he had a few drinks before it all happened.

“It was a nice day and I was pretty drunk and just knocked it all together.”

Not a bad morning having a play making this.

Posted by Dave Tonks on Saturday, May 9, 2020

They used coffee to make the color and effect of the water feature more realistic like a real distillery. Tonks wanted to try it with real “JD and Coke” but he thought it would cost a lot.

As of this writing, Tonk’s video has garnered more than 30,000 views, 1,300 shares, 1,000 comments, and reactions. Because of his viral post, he has been receiving messages from people asking for a replica of their water feature and the help of the brand’s company.

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