Fidget spinner videos have taken over both YouTube and your life. No sooner was the ‘what-the-fuck-is-it-I-really-want-one’ gadget released, the Internet was inundated with fidget spinner videos. From the best fidget spinner hacks, to just plain weird and slightly worrying videos; including people trying to contour with a fidget spinner and people making giant gummy versions. Because why not.
Initially created in the early 90s as a toy used for stress and anxiety relief, it’s gone on in 2017 to be the most addictive (and annoying) thing that ever graced this planet. And it doesn’t look set to stop anytime soon.
Here’s a list of the best fidget spinner videos of 2017 so far.
For some reason, this guy thought it would be a good idea to break a quite expensive phone with a very fast fidget spinner because nothing has value anymore.
We’ve seen some crazy stuff in the beauty world, from condom beauty blenders to feather eyebrows; but these fidget spinner nails might be the weirdest yet. How do you wipe your butt?!
Speaking of beauty, James Charles and many others have used the fidget spinner to contour their face and apply makeup. In the grand scheme of things, this is a hell of a lot safer than a lot of contour hacks we’ve seen (especially contouring with knives!).
PewDiePie put fidget spinners on his nipples. That is all.
Stephen and Carter Sharer clearly got bored one day and made a video featuring two of the most dangerous things on the planet- fidget spinners and fire. Don’t try this at home, but do watch. Because it is very, very stupid.
This video starts off with a fidget spinner and ends with a child vomming up a mermaid frappuccino. What can we say? Kids’ YouTube is weird as fuck.
Roman Atwood has released his own range of fidget spinners; because of course he has. In this video, you can see what goes into making them and the behind the scenes of the production.
We knew it wouldn’t be long before 2016’s biggest trend, the 100 layers challenge, got the fidget spinner treatment. This video is everything you seriously never needed.
A trampoline full of fidget spinners, you say? Why yes, that does sound like something I’d like to waste 10 minutes of my life on.
Finally, if you can’t be bothered to spend 99p on a fidget spinner, why not make your own out of crayons?