Video of 'no power' car wash has social media users in stitches

Video of 'no power' car wash has social media users in stitches

South Africans were in stitches of laughter after a video of an odd car wash service emerged on social media. The video shows two people dressed up as the brushes on automatic car wash services. South Africans joked that this may be the car wash of the future if power continues to be erratic.

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Many people found it amusing that it seemed like a normal car wash until the moment that two brushes just start walking away, Briefly.co.za discovered.

Social media users found the video hilarious and questioned how anyone could find themselves working as a brush. One Facebook user, Zuba Marcelus, remarked:

“You've got to be some kind of special to wake up and decide to be a car wash brush for a day. You've got to be even more special to have a friend that'll join you.”

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Another user, Ce Je Ricard, found an innovative use for the costumes and suggested it would be perfect for pollen seasons in her Louisiana, US, home. “This is actually a great idea for Louisiana during pollen season after you just washed your car, and it's back yellow again within hours, Ce Je joked.

Video of 'no power' car wash has social media users in stitches

Photo: Facebook/ Mexican Vines
Source: Facebook

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Barbara Baker laughably suggested that this should be a requirement for high school learners who are looking for extra money for trips, while Bart Leslie remarked that this should be incentive for kids to stay in school.

“Maybe this explains why you need to stay in school. Being a car wash scrubber probably doesn’t pay any more than a burger flipper,” Bart wrote.

Many agreed that if being a human car wash was a real job, it definitely would require mandatory drug tests.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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