There are few things in life more satisfying than a job well done. Besides a Snickers. Actually besides most junk food. And days off. And sleeping in. And naps. Now that I think about there are actually quite a few things in life more satisfying than a job well done.
This is a video from Japan of a group of men who have gathered to watch another man get all the snow that’s fallen on a warehouse roof to slide off. It takes what feels like eternity (skip to 0:50), but that snow comes down in a hurry when it
This is a compilation video made from clips posted to Reddit’s r/PerfectFit of things that fit perfectly inside one another or just clear passing each other with little to no room to spare. And let me tell you — it was very satisfying to watch from the toilet in a
This is a video of The Detail Geek cleaning and detailing what he believes to be the new nastiest vehicle he’s ever been contracted to clean, a 2018 Kia Sedona that looks like a McDonald’s exploded inside of it. The detailing took a total of 18 hours, which is significantly
This is a timelapse video of Youtuber OUROBOROS ARQ building a miniature bridge using the same techniques and miniature versions of the materials that would be used to build a full scale version. It was very satisfying to watch. Even more satisfying to watch? A timelapse video of a man
This is a video of woodturner Matt Jordan creating a beautiful wooden coffee mug (with metallic epoxy inlay) from the trunk of a small apple tree. You know, I think I might actually buy the equipment and get into woodturning. It really is something I think I could see myself
This is a rather satisfying, possibly ASMR video of Youtuber Gojzer crushing a variety of different objects both in regular form and encased in Jell-O, using a fast shredder. The sound that Jell-O makes reminds me of of when I used to squish it in-between my teeth as a kid.
This is a video of Jason of Mount Baker Mining And Metals discussing and demonstrating the process in which beer and liquor (plus some pasta sauce) bottles are recycled into sand. Basically it involves using a jaw crusher and then hammer mill with progressively smaller screen size to reduce the