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Internet users were captivated by how the Amish clear snow: they do it faster and more fun


Alina Prikhodko

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If you suffer and suffer while trying to clear the snow in front of your house, then the Amish do it cheerfully and cheerfully. According to The Sun, the secret is in their unusual method, which is not only simpler, but also enjoyable.

The video, which was published on TikTok, aroused huge interest. In the video, Sabrina showed her friend using a grain shovel to remove snow. “Abe was Amish. I like his approach,” she captioned the video, which has already received more than 14 million views.

The footage shows Abe forming blocks of snow with a shovel and then removing one block at a time. “I find it strange and relaxing. Against this background, you can hear the singing of birds and the neighing of horses,” added Sabrina. Abe was Amish. I love the way he thinks! #mcdonaldshacks #snow #snowshovel #brotherfromanothermother ♬ original sound – Sabrina

Users did not understand the secret of this trick - they assumed that the shovel must be heavy. “Am I the only one thinking about how heavy these shoulder blades are?” – asked one of the commentators. Sabrina replied that each block weighs between 6 and 9 kg.

"Wow! “I always did it wrong,” another user said in surprise.

"Me too! And I was pleasantly surprised when I found out that many people already clear snow this way,” Sabrina noted.

These grain shovels can be purchased at Ace Hardware for $32,99. But be careful: according to the report American Heart Association, snow removal can be a dangerous activity for some people. According to statistics, every year in the United States at least 100 people die from a heart attack while clearing snow.

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