'Genius' chills on his swing while the lawnmower does all the work

The ultimate grass cutting hack! ‘Genius’ chills on his swing while the lawnmower does all the work

  • A ‘genius’ in Marion, Indiana, found a way to cut his lawn without doing any work 
  • A driver was so impressed by the hack that they stopped their car to film it
  • The lawnmower was set up so it cut different sections of uncut grass in a circle

A ‘genius’ man was able to cut his lawn without lifting a finger as he kicked back on his swing and watched his lawnmower do all the work. 

A driver in Marion, Indiana, was so impressed they stopped their car to film the lawnmower cutting the lawn completely on its own.  

They filmed it tied to the end of a piece of a rope circling a pole in the middle of the lawn. 

A ‘genius’ in Marion, Indiana, found a way to cut his lawn without having to do any work at all and sitting on his swing

The lawnmower was able to cut grass closer to the pole with every time it made a circle 

 Every time the lawnmower does a circle around the pole the rope shortens, directing the lawnmower to fresh sections of grass that have not been cut yet. 

The bystander laughs at the unmanned lawnmower and says: ‘This is the funniest thing I have ever seen.’

They said: ‘My first thought was my dad telling me to “work smarter not harder”.

‘Then I saw a man sitting on a swing under a tree just chilling.

‘He was definitely doing just that. 

‘Pure genius.’


The lawnmower was tied to a pole wit some rope so that every time it circled the pole the rope shortened and directed it to parts of grass that was not cut

On average Americans spend four hours a week mowing their lawns, according to  research by agricultural and gardening retailer John Deere’s Landscape Supply Company.  

Automated lawnmowers that use battery-power to cut grass without an operator can cost up to $4023. 

It seems Indiana’s lawnmower genius is saving both time and money with a pole and some rope.  

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