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Offbeat This Man's Excitement Over Folding Shirts Is Truly Contagious

05:45  06 november  2019
05:45  06 november  2019 Source:

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The Sheer Joy This Man Feels About Folding a Shirt Correctly Is the Purest Thing You Can See Today. In the video, Hull demonstrates how to use the folding tool with contagious enthusiasm. His caption only helped to confirm that the folding device was not only a necessary part of doing laundry

Man discovers a quirky gadget that perfectly folds shirt and brands it 'the most fun I've ever had'. Sharing his excitement at 'the most boring and mundane task of folding T- shirts ' Christian said: 'I bought this thing online, it' s like a T- shirt folder device.

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Remember when Marie Kondo taught us that tidying up can feel magical? Well, now there's another chore enthusiast here to prove that something as simple as folding shirts can truly spark joy.

His name is Christian Hull, and he's an Australian YouTube personality with more than 90,000 subscribers. On November 2nd, he shared a TikTok video on Twitter showcasing his new shirt folder. But this is different from any other shirt folding viral video you've seen on the internet. Hull's euphoria over his new tool is truly infectious.

In the video, he explains that he bought the folder online, and demonstrates just how easy it is to use and how perfectly folded the final product is.

"Look how neatly it's folded!" he explains, practically hyperventilating with happiness. "This is the most fun I've ever had. This is the single greatest moment in my life."

The adorable video quickly went viral, gaining more than 9 million views and nearly 172,000 retweets in just a few days. After all, who doesn't want to be this happy, especially while doing chores?

For anyone interested, the magical device Hull's using appears to be this laundry folder and—bonus—it only costs $13!

And for more great tips on how to actually enjoy housework, check out 20 Genius Ways to Make Chores More Fun.

Hoodie-wearing Quebec MNA challenges the dress code, and takes heat for doing it .
Known for wearing tuques, T-shirts and Doc Martens in the legislature, Catherine Dorion is at the centre of a heated debate around what elected officials should wear to work. When Dorian showed up to the National Assembly wearing an orange hooded sweatshirt last week, it quickly became the latest flashpoint.Other MNAs complained, prompting Dorion to leave the legislature before question period. Her party said she was shaken. "I come to do my job and you tell me that because of what I look like — no, you don't fit it," Dorion later said on the Radio-Canada talk show Tout le monde en parle.

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