UPS Guy Delivers the Best Selfies Along With Packages and Wins the Internet | “What a Legend, Hope This Becomes a Meme”
This man surely deserves a raise if not a break in the modeling industry. A user named u/deadleaf_shrimp took to Reddit to post a series of pictures of a UPS driver who delivers packages to his home. The email he receives later is only supposed to include a photo of the shipping label. Instead, the driver got creative with these photos that were a part of his mundane routine. The man was later identified as Colby Holloway who found his newfound fame on Instagram. According to Yahoo News, Holloways takes selfies often while delivering packages. People took to the post to write about how the guy made their day. u/brando56894 wrote, "That's a guy that either loves his job or tries to make it fun at least."
u/Sss_mithy gave the OP a brilliant idea, "If you get enough, you should make him a little calendar of himself for the holidays." Another user who also happens to be the OP's neighbor wrote, "Hi neighbor. I love this delivery guy too. Edit: on a plane. Shall deliver later. Edit 2: not really sure how to post pics...Looking good." u/ImWorthlessOk chimed in, "Holy shit this one's even better! What a legend, hope this becomes a meme." u/Justalittl3crazy wrote, "I love this! Hopefully, someone told him that they like those goofy pictures so he’s doing it all the time." Looks like this guy and his packages are pretty famous as u/username--_-- commented on the post to let everyone know how he waits for him to deliver something, "I'd probably just order crap from Amazon just to see him." "I also look forward to this guy’s package," u/SmokePot wrote.
u/daniunicorn wrote how it's a matter of time before his Instagram is flooded with follow requests, "He gets 10k follower requests overnight I bet." Clearly, this UPS hero and his packages have become an overnight sensation. The UPS hero is now taking the internet by storm. People loved the little initiative he takes to make his everyday work a bit more interesting.
Some people even shared their own experiences, with u/shoulddosomework writing, "My previous employer required a photo check-in to work. I never consented to this so I would pull up a picture of a celebrity on my phone and point it at the camera. Someone way up in the corporate office went through it all. It was about a month before there were lots of new rules made about the clock in photographs. My supervisor made it clear that these pictures are reviewed by people, not computers. Oh, OK." u/coolred1 wrote, "Probably going to get buried but I have a great habit of making stupid faces on camera. So the company I work for lets me take 3 breaks a day and I take them in the same spot every day. Every time, I go there I pass a camera that the security team for our office monitors. Every time I see it, I just stare at it and make the most ridiculous face that I can. I try to not repeat them and get craftier every time. I've gone as far as playing peekaboo with said camera." u/Joe0991 left an interesting comment on the thread, "Plot twist: OP is guy in the pic when he delivers his own package."