The Hydraulic Press Channel is a staple of YouTube. In this dangerously addictive series, Finnish factory owner Lauri Vuohensilta takes ordinary objects and totally annihilates them in an industrial press. Some of his classic test subjects include a bowling ball, a giant gummy bear, a can of silly string, and perhaps best of all, paper. (It totally exploded.) But the latest entry may be the cruelest of all: a Furby.
Remember Furbies, 90s babies? I bet you never saw one get crushed into nothingness. It's a hilarious reminder of the fact that your childhood is dead and will never return. And stay tuned to the end to see some LEGOs get the same treatment!
That was truly amazing to watch, but my favorite part may be how Vuohensilta pronounces "Furby." I could listen to that all day.