Man Uses Mashed Potatoes To Carve A Tesla’s Cybertruck
Harin - Dec 05, 2019
This Twitter user, uploaded a video of his brother using mashed potatoes to carve a Tesla’s Cybertruck. Soon after, the video went viral on the Internet.
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In this digital age, people spend more and more time on social media sites. And people can become famous for almost anything. It seems like the key here is to gather as much attention as you can.
With that mindset, this Twitter user, uploaded a video of his brother using mashed potatoes to carve a Tesla’s Cybertruck. Soon after, the video went viral on the Internet.
Greg Milano, the 30-year-old man from the video clip, chose the new Cybertruck from Tesla after it became his family’s topic of conversation at the Thanksgiving table. Obviously, his family is a tech-savvy one.
Milano himself has a background in architecture and art and started the tradition of using leftover mashed potatoes to carve out things. To sculpt the made-from-mashed-potato Cybertruck, he used a knife. After that, he then added sharp edges and windows. The final product really resembled the Cybertruck that was revealed back in November.
Here is what the mashed potato truck looks like:
After the post went online, it became viral, having over 4 million views and 283.6k likes. In the comment section, there are a lot of comments that praise the man.
Dan, who is Greg’s brother, explained that carving things out of mashed potatoes has become Greg’s Thanksgiving tradition. His previous masterpieces are a Guggenheim Museum’s replica and a Lego head.
Talking with CNN, Greg said that the most difficult part was to make the geometric lines. After everything was done, he then poured the gravy and put the product inside the microwave.