A bin of rubber ducks sounds like people screaming in anguish


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#2

Alternating chilling and funny.


#4

That really is terrifying…


#5

The Wilhelm Honk.


#6

I watched that about fifty times yesterday. And another dozen today.


#7

My 3yo son is fascinated by the noise.


#8

It’s glorious, never fails to make me giggle like a loon :smiley:


#9

And when he had opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth beast say, Come and see.
And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him.


#10

My stars, I approve of this strongly.

I want more! Surely this has already inspired further research into the euphonious qualities of bins filled with other squeaky toys?


#11

Daffy wept.


#12

You should not credit Charles Murphy with anything other than being a fatjew-style thief. This is the youtube he ripped and reposted to his vine (h/t to picpedant on twitter):


#13

Imagine if you will, walking past a store shelf lined with motion activated fart toys. Hilarity ensues.


#14

Sounds kinda fake. The human sounds don’t diminish as he pulls the camera away from the bin even though you can hear the original sound coming from the first bird fading out.

Thoughts? Anybody else seen this bin? Is it IKEA?


#15

If you don’t mind a mangled translation, here’s a Norwegian story about it.

Update: Vice tracked him down and interviewed him


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