Deliveries Surge During Quarantine, This Is How Delivery Guys “Hide” Packages

We all have been ordering more stuff online since the Coronavirus forced everyone to stay home, so deliveries surged, and delivery guys have less time to think how to properly hide each package. That’s the only explanation we could come up with when looking at these photos.




















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