What Happens When You Pop a Balloon Inside a Balloon Inside a Balloon
Who doesn't like watching sometimes incredibly mundane and sometimes incredibly cool yet random things in slow motion?
Well, unless you're in the minority, this video by The King of Random where they nest balloons of different sizes inside each other and capture them popping one by one in slow motion will do it for you.
The cool part is that it turns out balloons pop really fast, so actually seeing the latex tear apart was not an easy feat. They had to get some pretty cool equipment and it can be surely said that they put it to some good use. By good use we mean the neighbors thinking they are trying to blow up another planet.
By the end of this video, you'll have heard the word "balloon" so much that it won't feel like a real word anymore. Try it for yourself, but we should say that those with sensitive ears might not want to wear headphones while watching this one.
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