TikToker creates mega Fruit by the Foot roll because, I guess, he has nothing else going on

You know those moments where you’re so bored you just start cleaning? Or mindlessly snacking? You could read, but your book is over there.

That’s pretty much the gist you get from watching Kyle Levo’s unusual experiment on TikTok.

“I’m 27 and a lot of people I went to school with are, like, having kids now, starting a family, getting married,” Levo says to kick off the first of his two-video series. “But I had bigger ambitions.”

Levo then holds up an enormous monstrosity that he created himself, using 100 packages of Fruit by the Foot. His goal? To line a football field.

“It came out to be about 16 boxes of Fruit by the Foot, but if you unravel this, it would literally be as long as a football field,” Levo says. “Isn’t that so cool?”

“This is just straight up chaotic serotonin,” one person replied.

“Date idea: we stand on opposite sides of the football field w this and chew our way to the middle … when we meet we kiss,” a very romantic user proposed.

Naturally, viewers demanded to see a part two in which Levo actually unraveled the mega Fruit by the Foot.


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Levo didn’t anticipate that the giant man-made Fruit by the Foot wouldn’t stay together while he unraveled it along a football field.

“This is currently a disaster, it’s falling apart,” he narrates.

After finally lining up the Fruit by the Foot, Levo realized he was about 30 yards short of it actually being the length of a football field. In his clip, he blames at least part of that shortcoming on the fact that he forgot to stretch out a couple of feet in the middle.

“If you want to be picky, maybe it wasn’t 100 yards, but I think it was,” he says.

“You shouldn’t have done it!” one Fruit by the Foot enthusiast commented. “Now it’s all wasted.”

Luckily this journey wasn’t all for nothing, as there may be a part three in our future.

“If this video gets a million likes, I’ll eat the whole Fruit Roll-Up,” Levo concludes.

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