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This Is What 1,500 Water Balloons On A Trampoline Looks Like

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Trampolines may be the bane of safety-conscious parents around the world, but hero uncle and Youtube channel star Mark Rober took the daring fun of jumping on a trampoline up a notch. He and his nephews filled 1,500 water balloons, placed them in the center of the trampoline, and embraced life. We have a feeling we'll be seeing a sequel with 3,000 balloons soon enough, but enjoy this until then.


Here's a man getting showered by a giant water balloon in slow motion

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Looking for a way to stay cool this summer? Try letting a 6-foot water balloon explode just above your helpless body. That's precisely the premise of the latest video from The Slow Mo Guys, who are celebrating the end of their "Water Balloon June" series. What a way to go out. In all seriousness, though, please don't try this at home.


Man gets crushed beneath a giant water balloon in glorious slow motion

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This isn't the first time YouTube duo The Slow Mo Guys have experimented with giant water balloons, and it's not going to be the last. The clip above, which features Dan slowly being squashed beneath a six foot orange balloon filling with water, is the first in a catchily named segment called "Giant Balloon June".


Man gets flattened by giant water balloon, and the pop is awesome

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The Slo Mo Guys are a YouTube duo dedicated to creating chaos and destruction. This time around, The Slo Mo Guys decided to fill a 6-foot balloon with water and crush a dude under the large mass. The balloon gets heavier and heavier, flattening him out as it fills with water. Wait for it, because the pop at the end is almost too satisfying. 'Sesame Street' just pulled off a pretty perfect'Orange is the New Black' parody Woman finds a huge tarantula in her shoe and we're never wearing shoes again


1,500 water balloons on a trampoline make for one beautiful video

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What is about slo-mo that transforms kids on a trampoline into a heart-pounding cinematic sequence? Slow motion pro Mark Rober went the extra mile to impress his young nephews. With more than 1,500 water balloons crowding a trampoline, they all have a chance to jump around in the colorful, wet melee. We would love to take part in this slow motion splash zone, immediately. The Shelby family stops fighting in'Peaky Blinders' Season 3 trailer Goofy'Drive' parody imagines Ryan Gosling as troubled Uber driver