Fascinating Timelapse Of A Cruise Ship Being Built

March 2, 2018


This is a fascinating timelapse of the AIDAprima cruise ship being built from the bottom up, because apparently that's how they build them (I'm as shocked as you are). "Define fascinating." Extremely interesting. "And this video fits the bill?" To me it did, but I also have a thirst for knowing how things are made the same way vampires have a thirst for blood, or you have a thirst for putting me down. "You're dumb, GW." It's so simple yet it hurts so much.

Keep going for the video while I try to pep myself back up by reciting confidence affirmations in front of a bathroom mirror while a whole row of coworkers in bathroom stalls fart loudly behind me.

Thanks to K Diddie, who's clearly on a tipping rampage.

  • Cheese

    Could have done without the music from the uploader's favourite gay bar.

  • GeneralDisorder

    It's utterly astonishing that we build gigantic floating cities and yet we only power them with nuclear reactors for military and now Russia built two or six (I forget how many) nuclear powered ice-breakers for the northern Atlantic and Arctic.

  • pinormous

    It has all those fancy programmable lights on it but THAT ugly paint job? Seriously?

  • Michael Knight

    that is a LOT of steel.

  • Munihausen

    Steel isn't strong, boy. Flesh! is stronger.

  • shashi

    The spirit is willing but the flesh is spongy and bruised!

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