Oddly Satisfying: Guy Pops A Giant Water Bubble Under His Lawn After Heavy Rain

September 27, 2017

This is a video of James Callender popping a bubble of water trapped under his lawn after heavy rains in Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania. It was fun to watch, but still, you have to be careful about these things. Because one minute you're popping a lawn bubble in your yard, and the next the mole people have made you queen for saving their flooded city. Not that being a queen wouldn't be sweet, but you are responsible for producing all their molebabies. Plus I haven't eaten a worm since tenth grade biology.

Keep going for the video, it really starts spewing around 1:40.

Thanks to Cyndi M, who agrees he should have popped it doing donuts in his yard in a pickup truck.

  • Deplorable Erik Dee

    It's more satisfying watching those vets cut into cow zits and see the goo spray out.

  • Jason Christopher

    Having lived in a house with a septic tank once upon a time, my first thought was "NO! DON'T POKE IT, IT'S NOT RAINWATER!"

  • sizzlepants

    Considering the dimensions (sharp corner) that looks less like a bubble and more like a overloaded septic drain field.

    As in - that's not exactly mud...

    (Especially if you check the related video at the end from a golf course and see clear water coming through their turf bubble...)

  • Chaz Gomez

    Yard zit?

  • So... no one's gunna mention how weird it is that Baby Boomers seem to have a tool for EVERY CONCEIVABLE situation?

    "This is mah Lawn Water Bubble Poppin Tool, picked it up at Home Depot for 9.99!"

  • Doog

    As someone who inherited a Baby Boomers full tool supply, I have no idea what almost any of these things do/can do.

  • GeneralDisorder

    This is what you get for not growing a lawn but instead buying one to lay on top of your lot. Looks cool as hell though.

  • Nicholas Conrad

    Just rubbing it in California's face...

  • Titty McNipplefondler

    I didn't know lawns went through awkward teenage years too.

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