- A video shared to Twitter by @matissearmani shows how fans of Premier League soccer feel now that the international break is on
- @matissearmani walks around aimlessly and stares into nothing in an attempt to show his boredom
- The video gained thousands of views on the social networking site as many agree with the feeling of aimlessness
This weekend will be a very boring and dry one for soccer fans as the Premier League is on an international break. A Twitter user with the handle @matissearmani shared an absolutely hilarious video that many Premier League fans can relate to.
In the video, captioned "Premier League fans during the International Break," @matissearmani shows how bored he is without soccer. He walks around aimlessly and stands in random spots staring into the abyss.
The video has already gained over 140 000 views on the social networking site. Many tweeps shared that they relate to this feeling of nothingness as they don't know what they're going to do without soccer this week.
Take a look at the video below:
These are just some of the responses to the hilarious video:
"You’re out here trying to snipe ducks with bread mid-air. I'm done."
"I'm going to use this video during the start of every international break for at least the next 5 years."
"It was the throwing of bread with an angry face for me. Almost caught a bird off guard."
In other news about creative and hilarious videos, Briefly.co.za recently reported on two men who used a large fan at the back of a bakkie. South Africans know how to make do with what we have. We're a country full of MacGyvers and two local men proved just that with their ingenuity.
In a video shared to Facebook, the men can be seen sitting at the back of a bakkie with a large portable fan blowing in their faces. It is unclear where or how they managed to get it to work - it could be batteries though. The video was shared to the #ImStaying by Tshepiso Tshwale. He captioned the hilarious post:
"Y'all please check this out... I cried."
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