Death Wishes: Colin Furze Builds A 30-Foot, No Harness 360-Degree Swing In Backyard

August 11, 2016


This is a video of Colin Furze demonstrating the 360-degree swing he built in his backyard in Lincolnshire, England. The neighborhood kids must love him. The axle of the swing is at the same height as his second story gutter, and the footrest of the swing reaches a maximum height of 9.5-meters (~31-feet). Did I mention he rides the thing with no foot straps or harness? I did, I mentioned that in the title, pay attention. I would have definitely fallen to my death. Or turned inside-out. Why didn't he turn inside out? My whole childhood was a filthy f***ing lie. Plus getting spanked for not doing my chores.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to The Man Dave, not to be confused with The Dog Dave, who doesn't even come when I call his name. You wave a treat though and all of a sudden he's your best friend.

  • Meh

    Imagine this being your neighbour:D

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  • Meh


  • DeathBotGamma

    Do you think his neighbors are just waiting for an explosion or another form of accident that takes his life.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I'm sure his neighbors are warned before he starts making noises and blowing things up.

    Although I've got to say calling anything made by Colin Furze "home made" is technically accurate but he has a full blown machine shop in his garage.

  • Kaizer Chief

    He has a workshop with a bunch of tools and machines in it. I'm not sure how that detracts from calling his inventions homemade?

  • GeneralDisorder

    I'm just marveling at the shit he has in his home. He's basically built a prototyping shop in his residence.

  • MustacheHam

    You know what, I would try this.

  • TheQiwiMan

    That song is fucking EPIC! <3

  • rjackparis


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