Dad uses spoon to give his son a haircut, netizens want one right away

Published on Jan 24, 2023 06:46 PM IST

The video that captures a father giving his son a haircut, that too with a spoon was shared on Instagram.

Dad giving his son a haircut using the spoon. (Instagram/@ari_rover)
Dad giving his son a haircut using the spoon. (Instagram/@ari_rover)

A father has been going viral on social media for a week now. Reason? Well, for giving his son a haircut using just an ordinary spoon. He even recorded the entire process and shared the video on Instagram. And as expected, it garnered a lot of eyeballs and responses from netizens. While many lauded his remarkable talent, others joked that they would never buy a razor again. Some even appreciated the man’s editing skills.

“I cut my boy’s hair with a spoon. Since we are all doing magic on haircuts now,” read the caption posted alongside the video by an Instagram user who uses the handle @ari_rover. The video opens with a text insert that reads, “Barbing with spoon.” As the video progresses, his son can be seen sitting in front of a camera with a big smile. Moments later, he can be seen cutting his son’s hair with the edge of a spoon. Towards the end, he uses a hairbrush to dust the loose hair and shows off the outcome.

Watch the video below:

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The video was shared on Instagram five days ago. It has since raked up more than 30,000 views. The short yet stunning video has also received several comments.

Here’s how people reacted to the video:

“It’s a razor in spoon shape,” wrote an individual with a laughing emoticon. ”Spoon made from vibranium,” posted another. “Never buying a razor to shave my legs again,” expressed a third. “Show us the blade behind that spoon,” commented a fourth. “Wow!!! I need this magic spoon,” shared a fifth. A sixth remarked, “Editor of life. ” “After watching this for 432 million times. Amazing talent! Is there an entire barber cutlery sharpened as well?” enquired a seventh.


    Arfa Javaid is a journalist working with the Hindustan Times' Delhi team. She covers trending topics, human interest stories, and viral content online.

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