Mad Scientist Makes Washing Machine Fly With Massive Trebuchet

This begs the question: Could it fling a car? Or a space rocket?
Derya Ozdemir

Trebuchet is a four-wheeled, wooden structure with a spoon, and it is one of the siege machines developed from the 13th century, with being one of the largest and most dangerous. You wouldn't see one used on the battlefield these days; however, every now and then, an inventor takes to YouTube with their revived trebuchets.

In this video, the immensely popular YouTube channel colinfurze has done what every bored person dreams of doing: building a massive trebuchet. The channel has always been interesting; however, it has gone next level. "It's as big as we could make it without getting stuck in the warehouse," colinfurze wrote in the description box, and mind you, this trebuchet packs a punch.

Whatever you're thinking of right now can't do the actual thing justice since the massive trebuchet flings harder than you can ever imagine. In its first try, the YouTuber makes a washing machine fly and sing "I believe I can fly" by R. Kelly. 

Moreover, the drone pilot does an outstanding job of capturing the bizarre stunt which makes the video all the more enjoyable. The video begs some questions though; what are the limits of this enormous trebuchet? Could it fling a car? We have a problem we will get all sorts of answers in the upcoming videos... 

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