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    What the fuck
     
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    The creativity some people possess is astounding. I bet this took so much meticulous planning! I wonder how many takes it took lol.
     
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    Fun fact, chain reaction contraptions like this are known as Rube Goldberg machines, and if you google that you will see tons of other cool similar videos
     
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    There was also a Japanese show called Pitagora Suichi (Pythagoras Switch) that had similar stuff.

    I felt those Christmas trees. Ouch!
     
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    The 'Alarm Clock' did make me laugh and reminded me of my university days where I had two alarm clocks set up - one digital beside my bed and a back-up, analogue with two bells on the top and a little hammer in the middle (the type that can wake the dead), which was set for 15-minutes after the digital went off. This allowed me three pressed of the snooze button before the analogue one filled the room with a sound akin to a the fire bells at a fire station going off; there were two options - get out of bed, walk across the room and turn it off or put my pillow over my head and try and ride out the noise for a minute or so. I think in the six years I was at post secondary, I only tried the pillow method once and the dual alarm worked its magic 99.99% of the time. Not as interesting as a this guys set up but it worked.
     

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