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Oh, honey, you have no idea...
Nail technician Caitlin Barlow, 29, was missing a model to practice on at home when boyfriend Chris Heyes, 35, kindly stepped in - mistakenly thinking it would be a walk in the park.
Even with the shortest half-inch nails, Chris wasn't able to do simple things like scroll on his phone.
Check out the video for yourself:
The hilarious clip also showed the bartender from Asheville, North Carolina, USA, struggling to remove his debit card from a petrol station machine and being unable to lift coins he'd dropped off the floor.
But things went from bad to worse when Caitlin upgraded him to one-and-a-half-inch nails, leaving even more 'normal' tasks too much of a challenge for poor Chris as he was unable to button up his shirt.
He was even caught yelling from the bathroom as he discovered to his horror that he was unable to go to the toilet comfortably - leaving him to lament that even his 'grandpa could do it after having a stroke'.
Chris said: "It was like learning to walk for the first time. I had to relearn how to do everything. I didn’t realise how much I use my fingertips during the day.
"Having the fake nails on short circuited my brain. The most difficult tasks were the ones which are normally the simplest.
"I found it almost impossible to button a shirt, unbuckle a seatbelt, just getting out of the car was tough.
"Trying to get a debit card out of any slot was so difficult and it just made me realise how much I take my fingers for granted.
"Fortunately this was on a day off for me because I would have broken each and every glass in work.
"Because Caitlin didn't have the practice hand, I volunteered. I figured it wouldn't be that hard having long nails like hers. I was wrong."
Videos of Chris' nail escapades have been viewed more than 13 million times online, with most women unable to understand 'how is he struggling that much' and suggesting more tasks he’d struggle with.
One commenter wrote: "Y'all don't get it. Those are short how is he struggling that much?"
Another person suggested: "Have him try typing on a computer keyboard. If he thinks the phone is bad just wait until he finds out."
A third wrote: "Major respect for educating him. Men have no clue."
"Any time I drop coins they belong to the floor now," said somebody else.
Yet more proof that women are superior...
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