15 Reasons Why Fifth Harmony Should “Work From Home”

If there’s one place where workplace safety measures should be taken seriously, it’s construction sites. Everyone knows that construction sites are dangerous places, but apparently Fifth Harmony and Ty Dolla $ign didn’t get the memo.

Here are 15 things you should not do at a construction site.

1. Twerking Near Cement Mixersfifth harmony twerking construction site

2. Dancing On Tractorsfifth harmony dancing on a tractor

3. Dancing Inside A Tractor Scoop
fifth harmony dancing inside a tractor scoop

4. Not Wearing Pants
fifth harmony girl not wearing pants

5. Seducing Contractors
fifth harmony seducing contractor

6. Blocking Safety Exits
fifth harmony blocking safety exits

7. Waving Blowtorches Around
fifth harmony waving blowtorch

8. Not Wearing Hard Hats
fifth harmony handsome guy without hard hat

9. Caressing Hammers
fifth harmony caressing hammer

10. Gyrating On Walls
fifth harmony gyrating on wall

11. Waving Measuring Tapes Indiscriminately
fifth harmony waving measuring tape

12. Carrying A Sledgehammer With Too Much Swag
ty dolla $ign carrying sledgehammer

13. Jiggling Tool Belts Around
fifth harmony jiggling tool belt

14. Formation Dancing On A Makeshift Staircase
fifth harmony formation dancing on stairs

15. Not Securing Your Overalls
fifth harmony not wearing secured overalls

Every one of these acts performed by Fifth Harmony and Ty Dolla $ign is a code-red violation of basic workplace safety rules. And you know what they say — if you can’t obey rules, you should just work from home because construction sites shouldn’t be treated like playgrounds.

On another note, if you’re planning on remodeling your house, Kaodim can get you good quotes from builders and contractors on home renovation improvement. You can be assured that contractors on Kaodim won’t be committing any of the safety violations above. They’re very decent, modest and professional individuals who don’t spend their free time dancing with blowtorches or on tractors.

Here’s Fifth Harmony’s health and safety tutorial video in its full glory.


written by Carissa Gan