I'm a dad – my summer lawn mowing hack will let you sit back and watch as your grass 'cuts itself' | The Sun

A DAD has shared how people can save time when it comes to mowing the lawn.

Not everyone enjoys cutting the grass and some workers struggle to fit the time-consuming task into their busy schedule.

A clever hack has gone viral that appears to show the lawnmower doing all the work.

It means that homeowners will be able to sit back and enjoy a beer and the warm temperatures.

The video, filmed in Marion, Indiana, shows a mower that’s tied to a pole going around in a circle.

Every time the machine went around the pole, the rope shortened in length.

This meant that grass, which had not already been cut, was being trimmed.

Meanwhile, a man wearing shorts and a vest was seen relaxing on a swing as the machine did all the work.

He was beaming as he held both thumbs in the air.

The clip has received thousands of likes on social media and the trick has been hailed online.

Most read in Lifestyle


Major BBC TV show has Phillip Schofield in its sights after his This Morning axe


This Morning bosses dramatically release new Phillip Schofield statement


Phillip Schofield is no evil monster – one vile hypocrite at ITV is much worse


Video that sparked riots shows 'cops chasing teens on bike' moments before crash

Social media users said that the video was the definition of “working smart” rather than harder.

Isaiah Robinson described the trick as “genius.”

Instagram user Lorraine Sa chimed: “What a legend.”

Meanwhile, others thought it was a robot lawnmower doing all the work at first glance.

Gardeners have revealed several tips on how homeowners can make their lawns look attractive this summer.

A gardening pro known as @brandonkoruna listed four plants that can be picked up on the cheap.  

He said that the plants are ideal for shoppers who must stick to a budget.

A creative DIY wiz known as The Pallett Man on TikTok impressed viewers when he made a garden bar in just minutes.

Gardening experts have also revealed why slugs or snails that enter a backyard shouldn’t be killed.

Read More on The Sun

Little-known TV licence rule could save you up to £159 a year

Woman left unable to talk properly after her new dentures arrive totally uneven

Meanwhile, influencer Ellie Bagwell (@elliebagwell) shared four unexpected gardening hacks that involve pitstops at Starbucks and your local library.

She revealed that coffee grounds can be added to enrich a gardener’s compost.

Source: Read Full Article