The premise of Vine is repetition: 6-second videos on an indefinite loop. So it makes sense that a father would use the social network to showcase how his Saturday mornings can play out like in "Groundhog Day."
Tony Serafini, a father of two in Central Massachusetts, uploads videos to Vine under the username "Bottlerocket." The 38-year-old has attracted over 322,000 followers on the site with clips of him and his family simply joking around. But now his popularity has transferred to YouTube, as a compilation of Vines that he recorded over a three-month period has gone viral.
"We started our Saturday morning Vines right around Christmas time," Serafini said in an email. "My wife brings my oldest daughter, 7, to dance class, and I have an hour before my youngest daughter, 4, goes to dance class. My kids have a Spotify playlist, and they make me play it while they dance and play, usually starting at 8 in the morning!"
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