World Record LEGO Ball Moving Machine Moves Balls Using 88 Different Ball-Moving Modules

May 29, 2015

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Remember that ultra-impressive GBC (great ball contraption) built by Kawaguchi Akiyuki. Well this is an even BIGGER one built by Maico Arts and Ben Jonkman that contains 88 different ball moving modules. That is a lot of ways to move balls! I usually move mine by nonchalantly repositioning a leg. The key to shifting your balls to a more comfortable position (provided they aren't glued to your leg because it's so f***ing hot out) is not using your hand so people won't think you're some sort of masturbating pervert. Trust me -- nobody wants to watch you pleasure yourself, not even your girlfriend. I remember the first time I asked my girlfriend if we could watch each other pleasure ourselves. You know what she told me? "Not in the grocery store." What?! We were in the wine aisle and I was feeling romantic.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Jeffrey S, who has no choice but to use a wheelbarrow to move his balls.

  • Anfronie

    Keep it at the native video speed!!!!!! omg whoever edited this needs to rethink their "skill"!

  • Cup-O-Jesus

    A lot of this is tediously, duplicatively redundant with that recurring repetitiveness that's so repetitiously overdone.

  • Cup-O-Jesus

    Ditto.

  • Matthew Anderson

    Not to be nit-picky internet guy, but since no one else has said it yet: there's definitely NOT 88 DIFFERENT machines. There are many very similar ones, and a few (nearly?) identical ones. (Maybe they had to scramble to cover for some no-shows?)
    Still fun though!

  • side effect

    The one at 4:55 is my favorite.

  • Jenness

    This needs to be sped up so it matches my nonexistent attention span - 15 minutes is agony.

  • The music is maddening!

  • GeneralDisorder

    Yeah. It's a damn shame that Youtube doesn't have some kind of mute button or something...

  • herp derp derp :P

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