We can barely lift 220 pounds, but this little Lego motor and pulley rig sure can.
YouTuber Kaplamino is a master of complex, chain-reaction marble run videos, and he calls this one his "best video ever."
Gyroscopes are the perfect toy. And if you didn't automatically nod your head at that obviously true statement, allow this short, slo-mo filled video to change your mind.
It isn't every day you see a sex toy on a billboard, and it's even more rare you’ll see one in the hands of a person in their seventies.
We remember playing with various kinds of toy slime and goo as kids, but we never pulled off stunts like this.
She was forced to leave many of her childhood possessions when she moved to Colombia, but her husband, knowing how much the doll meant to her, managed to track down a collector's item.
The design is simple, but the tricks are amazing.
Now make a Rubik's cube out of water. (Wait, that makes no sense.)
You know he's a phenom in the making because he makes this look so darn easy.
There is one glaring, inexcusable omission on the Weepul Wikipedia entry. There are zero mentions of the Weepul as a cult-like promotional device used in school fundraisers.
We promise there's a happy ending for this train.
We love this and hate this in equal measure.
No, it's not a puzzle you can solve, but this little thing does have plenty of quirks to explore and figure out.
As enormous as this incredible creation is, it's only a 1:24 scale model of an actual Liebherr crane.
No matter how old we get, we will still flippin' love Hot Wheels.
"You know, Thomas is more aerodynamic than you'd think."
We're not sure if this is just a self-aware Kickstarter video or if it's the most weirdly specific mini documentary ever made. But yeah, it's either one of the two.
Every train starts as a little engine that could. A select few become so much more.
Finally, a good use for candy corn.
Who knew itty bitty trucks and excavators could be so... soothing?
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