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Sound of jelly wobbling recorded for the first time.
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It sounds like someone's doing it with his mouth. -1 star because if science would and could not be questioned and critisized, how can we advance in it?
I call shenanigans.
That was the sound of jelly slapping and flapping. That jelly neither slapped nor flapped.
Wrong and you're both stupid.
this really needs a short and sweet tag.
funniest thing i've seen this week.
Timothy A. Bear
That sounds familiar.
it sure does
it's strange to hear it without the usual accompanying sounds
What I'm doing in here is private!
or the usual accompanying smells
They obviously used movie magic to capture that sound. Any man alive can actually identify that as the sound of your mother taking a jog.
Without the picture, this thing is NSFW!
NSFW even with the picture. Is that a dildo with a nipple at the end?
There's always room for jello.
I want to believe.
Wet and sloppy.
Jello: Even sexier than you thought.
a flaming monkey
What was the shape? Some sort of monument or a submarine?
I'd like to believe that is a submarine with nipples.
It looks like St. Paul's Cathedral. I'd like to know where I can get a cathedral Jell-o mold.
especially one that sounds like that when you shake it!
Rodents of Unusual Size
I cannot believe how hard I'm laughing at this.
The presence of Christopher Wren in this mess ratchets up the silliness by like four notches.
"If you seek his memorial, listen to some dude jerkin' it"
It sounds like LOVE.
Why is something so simple so funny?
j lzrd / swift idiot
Oh man, when it cuts away at the end to the NewScientist logo cracks me up every time.
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