That’s a good 30-mile drive, freeway included.

How do you fit a full-sized fridge, a good 31-cubic foot appliance, into a trunk of a 2005 Toyota Camry that, on a good day, holds 14 cubic feet? According to a viral TikTok video from life coach @TreyGoesGlobal, you pull it off with a bunch of tie-down rope, balls of s****, and Toyota’s most reliable sedan.

Check out his TikTok video below.


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Some keen-eyed fans noticed this looks a lot like Atlanta Proper, so I guess that’s where Trey’s lives. Putting up a Craigslist ad for a full-sized fridge, presumably Trey thought this would be a local transaction When he found out his buyer was coming from Suwanee, a city just outside of Duluth, any logical person would expect this man to bring a truck.

As the video shows, instead, an Asian dude pulls up in a Beige mid-2000s Toyota Camry known for its MPG and reliability more than its hauling capacity. It’s also just a car, not meant to handle any serious hauling without a trailer.

The Asian dude hands him what looks like $45, an absolute steal for a working fridge complete with fridge magnets. But for him, the hard part was just beginning.

I would’ve loved to see how they loaded up that fridge onto the Camry but I presume he helped him haul it up onto the trunk, no hands for filming. My best guess is he brought some planks of wood and some furniture pads to push the fridge up a makeshift ramp. Weighing well over 200 pounds, you definitely need two people.

Here’s what Atlanta to Suwanee looks like on Google Maps.To get back home and if he doesn’t want to be driving for hours on back roads, this dude had to drive on I-85 most of the way. The question is, did he?

With a giant brick-shaped fridge sticking up out back, I seriously doubt he did. The aerodynamics above 25 MPH, I don’t think it’s possible.

Desperate times call for desperate measures and not having a working fridge can be super stressful. I can only imagine this Asian dude hoped on Craigslist, found a fridge, and made it happen.

After all, that’s what we do, get *** done.


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