This elevator expert/preteen YouTuber from Finland is definitely something else.
Learning to play piano well can take many, many years of practice. But learning to pedal an old school player piano? That only takes a few minutes.
Our favorite YouTube craftsman is at it again with this unbelievably satisfying wooden domino-laying contraption.
Maybe only do this if you're absolutely comfortable with the risks of your lawn catching on fire and you burning off several layers of flesh.
This looks so cool that we wish we could watch videos of the other three legs being crafted, too.
It takes contemporary stone carver Anna Rubincam weeks to finish a single portrait, but she could never see herself doing anything else.
It took 20 skilled sculptors three years to carve this beast out of an absolutely massive redwood tree trunk, so the least you could do is recognize it as king of the jungle.
And of course, after all that time and effort, the hamster went for the inedible props rather than the delicious stack of miniature pancakes first.
Needless to say, making a burger with power tools is a very, very stupid idea. But it's also kind of amazing to watch.
The devices, which take between three hours and a day and a half to weave, help to fix heart abnormalities.
You have to be committed as hell — and have a lot of special tools — to make a DIY camera lens. But the process is truly something to behold.
"The Peeple v. O.J. Simpson" takes first place. (That would be a recreation of a scene from "The People v. O.J. Simpson" made out of Marshmallow Peeps.)