This man is sharpening his ‘architectural’ skills while working from home. Watch Its Viral

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Many Reddit users thought what really made the video worth a watch is the man’s reaction.
Without banter or the office water cooler talk, people are finding all kinds of creative ways to take a break while working from home. This guy is no exception rules but she definitely an outlier when it comes to creativity quotient.

This, almost 15 seconds long, the video that was posted on Reddit on March 22 statement “another productive day working from home”, this clip makes people laugh out loud.

It shows a man building an arch of disposable plastic containers. The structure certainly looks more impressive than it sounds because it is able to sustain itself without external support. In addition, its shape resembles a set of teeth just a little annoying little and most impressive.

The post currently has more than 150,000 upvotes and 1,600 comments.

Another productive day working from home from r/funny

Many users Reddit think what really makes it worth watching the video is his reaction. Someone commented, “that is visible from the achievement on his face is priceless”. While others add, “you smile in the end makes me smile”.

Some threads are speculating the profession he was given his or her expertise. One Reddit user says, “must be an engineer”. While others say, “plot twist: OP is a dentist working from home”, because of structural similarities to set reverse gear.

Its Viral- Dog’s reaction to its human working from home is priceless

“The healthy kind of quarantine crazy”, comments an individual on a thread. Reddit user while another added, “so pure”, and we can not say we disagree.

Of all the ways people protect themselves from bored while working from home, creating half of the denture using anything other than the disposable plastic container is definitely there.

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