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Man Spends 273 Hours Bringing Lawn Back To Life Using Antique Mower

His lawn looks like something you would expect to find behind an extravagant mansion!

A lot of people wouldn’t know what to do with a de ad lawn. Some might just give up on it and hire a professional to decide how to fix it. Luckily for Keith Smith, who had a de ad lawn dilemma, he is the professional.

Keith enjoys maintaining lawns. He’s a groundskeeper at the Edgbaston Golf Club, after all, where he keeps the grass trimmed and healthy. After completing his duty at the course, he uses hid time to fix his own back garden.

He said:

“Mowing my lawn is my passion … I like keeping myself to myself, I don’t drink or smoke, and my wife and kids are my world, but this keeps me fit and healthy.”

Keith shared that his wife and kids knew how much time, dedication, and hard work he put into this project, so they didn’t go on the lawn, fearing that they might trample his creation.

Each spring, Keith spends hours working on his home project. He then took to Twitter to share his work, posting some amazing before and after ppictures of his lawn. With the help of his trusty 1940s mower, Keith was able to transform his de ad lawn to a masterpiece.

He used chalk to outline the pattern first, then skillfully cut the grass into a complicated pattern.

He explained:

“I mowed the lawn two or three times a day from the beginning of June to the first week of August … This new geometric design was a pattern I found on the internet. I was struggling for a design this year, and came across this one and thought I’d give it a go.”

Keith proved that hard work pays off after winning the Creative Lawn Stripes Competition for the third year in a row with this geometric design in his back lawn.

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Nobel Prize For Physics Won By A Woman For First Time In 55 Years

“Obviously we need to celebrate women physicists because we’re out there.”

For the first time in 55 years, the Nobel Prize for Physics has been awarded to a woman. The Nobel Prize is generally viewed as the most esteemed honor accessible in the fields of literature, medicine, physics, chemistry, economics, and promotion of peace.

The first Nobel Prize for Physics that was won by a female was Marie Curie in 1903, followed by Maria Goeppert-Mayer in 1963, then now Donna Strickland. She shares half of the prize, worth 9 million Swedish kronor (US$1 million), with Arthur Ashkin, from the US, and her former supervisor Gerard Mourou, from France.

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Heroic Dance Crew Entertains Tired Passengers During 6-Hour Flight Delay

This should make waiting for your flight so much more fun!

Have you ever had to wait several hours for a delayed flight? It's never fun. However, one heroic dance crew decided to give their fellow passengers something to smile about. The group performed in the middle of the airport to entertain tired people who were waiting for their flight.

The Funkywunks is an Orlando-based dance crew who appeared on World of Dance Season 2. The group was recently in Dallas, Texas where their flight was delayed. The wait dragged on to six agonizing hours that left several passengers angry and exhausted. That's when the Funkywunks decided they should keep everybody's spirits up.

The Funkywunks danced for their fellow passengers who also endured a long wait.

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Law Student Attends Graduation Ceremony Dressed As Spider-Man

With great power comes a law degree!

Perhaps nothing is as exciting in a student’s life as that day when he or she can finally attend the graduation ceremony and accept that hard-earned degree. It’s definitely a moment of victory and great relief!

One law school student recently went viral when he attended his ceremony in style. As you will see on the photos and video below, this dude rocked a Spider-Man outfit as he received his law degree.

With great power comes a law degree!

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