Davao lad finds diversion while on community quarantine

By: Immae Lachica - General Assignments Reporter/CDN Digital | March 21,2020 - 11:47 AM

CEBU CITY, Philippines—What do you when you are bored?

This lad from Digos City in Davao del Sur found a creative way to kill time while community quarantine is being enforced in their area.

In the afternoon of March 19, Bradley Rivera, 19, decided to sit near their house gate and started to make a tally of the number of vehicles that were passing by.  He also did a video of his tally which he posted on his social media account.

“Sa sobrang bored ko po sa bahay nagawa ko po yong video na nag tatally po ng dumadaan na sasakyan,” said Rivera.

He listed a total of 55 cars, 41 motorcycles, and 46 tricycles or locally known as a pedicab in a span of three hours.

Rivera said he never expected that his post would go viral.  All that he had in mind was to come up with an online comic relief that he could share with his friends, who like him are also trying to fight boredom.

His video received 15,000 laugh reactions; 1,700 comments; and 24,000 shares as of this morning, March 21, 2020.


Netizen Rose Sarps commented, “buhaton ko ni ugma thanks hahahaha (I will also be doing this tomorrow.)”

Princess Mae Ann Natinga said, “tawo talion yay para maiba (I will be counting people who will be passing by for a change.)”

This video made by Rivera has brought laughter to several individuals who are suffering from boredom.

What do you have in mind?

There are a lot of things that we can still do at home while on community quarantine. / dcb

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