A creative man couldn’t afford Hawaii trip, so he created one

People going on vacation is not a new thing. Everyone dreams of traveling abroad, some make it possible while some cannot. You see photographs of your friends enjoying their exotic vacations on social media. However, not everyone could afford a trip to Hawaii but they can pretend to go on one.

The same made it possible by a Twitter user @aanthonyy07 as he created a fictional dreamy vacation video and shared it on his Twitter handle with caption: "I can’t afford a trip to Hawaii so I created one."

It is an animated video in which Anthony can be seen enjoying all the fun Hawaii vacation activities. The video shows Anthony starting his trip at an airport, takes selfies on the plane before expressing his excitement on reaching Hawaii.

Watch the viral video right here:

In the video, Anthony is seen lounging at the poolside, jumping cannonball-style into a pool. He is also seen doing some yoga, burns himself on lava, hula-dances and relaxes on a beach.

Since the video of him went viral on social media, it has been garnered more than 7.6 million views and has received over 6 lakh likes and 2 lakh retweets.

People who don't have travel budgets could relate to the video of this guy. Here are some of the reactions of netizens:

A user wrote as reaction, "This shows how broke our generation is lmao."

While another wrote, "Someone pay for this man's trip please."

The third user commented, "I'm literally watching this on repeat and I cannot stop."

One user tweeted, "I know your pockets feel good about this trip."

Anthony wrote on Twitter, "You guys are crazy! Thank you for saying all those nice things and showing love. Good positive energy! I'm happy I made you smile!"

It is a 52 second video and has "Hawaiian Roller coaster Ride" by Mark Keali'i Ho'omalu, from Disney's hit 2002 animated flick "Lilo& Stitch" given background music.

Indeed a good effort! 

by Mamatha Reddy | Sun, Jul 28 - 09:43 AM

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