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Man’s brick-laying process has internet oddly obsessed

February 9th, 2021

If you would browse through the posts with #oddlysatisfying, most of the videos that you would see are slimes, jellies, icings on cakes, and many more.

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There are also videos where you’ll see people who are doing their jobs excellently. These videos undoubtedly bring delight to our eyes and they make us feel better.

A lot of people love these videos.

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The “oddly satisfying” hashtag explains a genre of videos that stimulate a pleasing experience while watching some mundane task or repetitive motion, or in this case, a repetitive job well done.

According to an article from Lemonade,

“Instagram named Oddly Satisfying the fastest-growing Instagram niche.”

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These videos come in many different variations and can include things like pressure washers cleaning surfaces, cake glazing, or industrial machines carving spirals.

Most of these videos are massively viral.

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These videos have an unmistakable characteristic that brings a calming feeling to the viewer. They are known to have a relaxing quality that might be a good remedy for anxiety.

Wired magazine gives the hashtag a deep dive, reporting,

“There have been numerous reports that watching videos of slime and other things under the oddly satisfying umbrella help make people feel relaxed and calm.”

Though it’s a recent sensation online, the visual experience has been around for quite some time.

Wired notes,

“Advertising has used the construct of the oddly satisfying for decades to create visually arresting videos that capture our attention. They showcase perfect moments, perfect actions.”

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In the video, our bricklayer is so quick and smooth at his work, he doesn’t miss a brick. He has a skill that is undeniable. I’m willing to bet when he gets off work on a Friday, he heads down to the club and swings his partner around the dance floor, he’s so light on his feet. He moves swiftly from one stack of bricks to the next, deftly placing them with precision and purpose.

This man would show what oddly satisfying feels like.

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That is if his back doesn’t give out on him before Friday. Many Youtubers note that he might have back problems from his labors.

“I can feel my back hurting from here.”
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Youtubers also mention that this video reminds them of the game Tetris.

One Youtuber comments,

“I bet this guy is REALLY good at tetris.”

Another adds,

“Legend has it…this guy is the Tetris world record holder.”

In a study published in the journal Emotion, research shows that Tetris can put you into a flow state that may help stave off the anxiety of uncertainty when waiting for important results.

The study found playing Tetris was “effective for bolstering positive emotion and mitigating negative emotions.”

This guy rocks! He’s amazing for exerting efforts to his job.

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In the video, it’s apparent that this man is hard working. He doesn’t hold back in putting his strength into his job. It’s flawless and definitely oddly satisfying.

Feel free to watch the video below! We’re sure that you would enjoy it.

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Source: ViralHog, Lemonade, Wired, Emotion

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