Here’s what it looks like when a 4-ton wrecking ball slams into a car

Here’s what it looks like when a 4-ton wrecking ball slams into the side of a car in slow motion
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Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between boredom and being inquisitive. When bored, people do all sorts of things. When curious, people do all sorts of things.

So is this experiment the object of boredom, curiosity, and YouTube views? It could very well be the latter, because in about a day, this ditty of a video has wracked up nearly 2 million views.

All to watch a wrecking ball slam into the side of cars.

It is a tremendous site, watching a monstrosity crumble a car like a human crumbles up a piece of paper. And when watching it, you quickly understand why so many people have watched it so often.

Let’s hop they’re bored — or curious — again.

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