This Kid Created the Best Life Hack every S’porean Needs

We might be in the middle of monsoon season, but that doesn’t stop the temperature from rising to 34 degrees, and no thanks to the humidity, we are always sweating and feeling sticky when we are out and about in this Lion City.

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Well, if you’re in the office, then you’re lucky.

What if you’re at home and the sun is scorching your ***?

You can draw the curtains and close the window but it will only make it worse. You will start roasting like a dog in a very hot car.

Well, that will soon no longer be the case.

As I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed which is replete with existential crisis memes, I came across a very interesting video.

It showed a kid inside a cut-out duvet, with the fan facing him.

Take a look at the video first and yes, I am aware that the video was uploaded a year back.

But a life hack has no expiry date, my friend.

Check out this ingenious chill out zone to avoid hot weather

Posted by The Sun Video on Wednesday, 24 August 2016

This kid is pure genius.

He created a makeshift dome by cutting out one side of the duvet, big enough for him to be able to lepak inside.

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He also placed a fan strategically at the entrance of the makeshift dome, having a continuous supply of cool air enveloping him.

Image: screengrab from video

The air supply also allows the makeshift dome to retain its shape.

As you can tell from the video, he is happily playing with his tablet and that, my friend, is the face of someone who came up with a successful hack.

 

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