Let's All Just Watch 15,000 Dominoes Fall Over In A Swirl
12 September 2016, 10:57 | Updated: 17 July 2017, 12:20
I am so freaking relaxed right now.
We're writing this article on a Monday, meaning we're all still tired and miserable from the weekend. Now, if you ask me (which you haven't), I think the only cure for Monday morning misery is to watch 15,000 dominoes all fall over to form a perfect rainbow-coloured spiral - so are you ready to watch the greatest video of all time?!
Uploaded by Hevesh5, a professional Domino artist, on the 10th of September, prepare yourself to watch 15,000 dominoes fall over to form the "Amazing Triple Spiral" - which took "25 hours spread over 8 days" to build. The final product "worked flawless with no breaks" and potentially holds an American record for the "longest Domino speedwall". So are you ready to have your mind blown? Check out the video below:
Since its upload, the video has quickly gone viral with nearly 3 million views in only 24 hours (at the time of writing). Hevesh's video has not only reached the front page and Trending tab of YouTube, but briefly had a spot on the front page of Reddit, meaning that in no time at all this video will be totally viral. So make sure you jump in on the trend and check it out now!
Also, for any truly nerdy people out there who get a massive kick out of all this domino business, Hevesh5 also uploaded a static, reversed shot of 15,000 dominoes rebuilding the spiral back up. You'll need to feast your eyes on this delight as well to get the true domino experience: