Kalamazoo man's love for chicken nuggets has gone viral on TikTok and now it's become a full time job.

My son is gonna be mad he didn't think of this first because he loves chicken nuggets, but according to FOX 17, Zackery Lind of Kalamazoo, who is the owner of Nuggy Buddy, buys chicken nuggets, preserves them and then hides them in public places and creates scavenger hunts so people can find them.

I find it amazing how someone can take something like preserving and hiding chicken nuggets and somehow turn this into a career.

Lind is not the first person to preserve a chicken nugget, but is the first to make a game of hiding them with others who actually want to find them.

Lind has already preserved close to ten thousand chicken nuggets which all started as a joke with a friend that begin in 2017.

Zackery Lind, the owner of Nuggy Buddy, purchases chicken nuggets, preserves them and hides them in public places for people to find.

I have to admit, its pretty funny and clever all at the same time, because really, who doesn't love a chicken nugget?

Lind was preserving the nuggets and selling them on Etsy and then a few months ago he turned this into a scavenger hunt and has since been blowing up on TikTok with these videos.

FOX 17 reported that Lind said, "it probably took about two weeks for the first video to go viral. From there, I had a lot of fans talking to me wanting me to do more."

In this video, Lind shows you how to make a "Batnug." Which again, is pretty funny and creative.

If you are looking to find one of these "Nuggy Buddy's", Lind hides one every week in a new city. Once a month he likes to do one big project like build a nugget guitar.

Lind's Etsy business and now his TikTok videos are both growing and his hoping to get his own building soon because he has now made this hobby a full time job and will soon launching a merchandise line. Here is a link to what you can buy so far.

I wonder how long before Lind creates a Free Beer and Hot Wings Nuggy Buddy set?

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