Moving: Ziplining A Couch Out Of A 3rd Story Apartment

October 17, 2014

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PROTIP: Turn the volume down, commentary is entirely not worth it.

This is a portrait mode video (I give up) of a couple geniuses ziplining (technically not a zipline but whatever) a couch off the balcony of a 3rd story apartment so they don't have to carry it down the stairs. The video is called 'red neck couch moving', but this definitely not how rednecks move. I lived in Alabama for 10 years, rednecks move by backing their truck up to the trailer and towing it somewhere else. Me? I move the same way I always do: burning the entire apartment building to the ground and starting fresh.

Keep going for the video, then just throw your couch over the balcony when its time to move.

Thanks to E V I L A R E S, who is so evil he always offers to help friends move and even borrow his truck then ignores their calls when the day actually comes.

  • Ingrid

    Very impressive! Thumbs up! :)

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  • Tatiana

    This is such an original way to move a sofa out! Love it! Greets, London Man and Van Ltd.

  • Mishelle Diaz

    It looks pretty crazy but it was very effective! Nice!Mishelle

  • TheQiwiMan

    "You guys are perfect!"
    She has low standards.

  • asdfasdf

    in this case as all the action is in the vertical portrait seems like it makes sense...you'd have to zoom out and grab a big pointless chunk of lawn to get the top and bottom in frame with landscape

  • Wonfis

    Instead we get a big pointless bit of black space. I suppose it saves on disk space.

  • Laura Walker

    I get paid over $87 per hour working from home with 2 kids at home. I never thought I'd be able to do it but my best friend earns over 10k a month doing this and she convinced me to try. The potential with this is endless. Heres what I've been doing,... http://Incomefortuneonline2014VIPE3Ia1i...

  • 大川 JMizu

    I'd pay you $100 per hour to shut the fuck up

  • Vlad

    Wow couches are better at ziplining than people

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