Smart Thinking: Men Try Using Forklift To Knock Down Concrete Wall With Immediate Drop Below

October 12, 2018


Because doing things the right way is never as fun as doing things the completely wrong and incredibly dangerous way, this is a video of a group of men trying to knock down a short concrete wall by repeatedly backing into it with a forklift. It ends exactly how you'd expect, and the vehicle's operator is lucky he escaped without being skewered by a piece of rebar or getting crushed under the forklift. That said, if at anytime in the future you presented me with a similar concrete wall that needs knocking down, I would 100% suggest we repeatedly back a forklift into it.

Keep going for the whole video.

Thanks to Simon L, who agrees using things for their unintended purposes is what having a sense of adventure is all about.

  • Eric Ord

    Some real fart smellers!

    Er... smart fellers?

  • Rusty Shackleford

    Forklift safety 101: in case of a roll over never jump out of the unit, dude was very lucky

  • GeneralDisorder

    This is especially funny what with the big pokey bits on the other end of the forklift they easily could have used.

  • Bosun Higgs

    Dain bramage

  • Douchy McDouche

    That whole minute of anticipation tho.

  • silly russians, they need to stick with what they do best, colluding with trump

  • Nicholas Conrad

    Yeah, knocking down walls is like, the opposite!

  • Douchy McDouche

    American logic:
    Is language English? - No.
    Is it Spanish? - No.
    Must be Russian.

  • Silly American, doesn't have any clue what language it. Latvia is next to Russia, which is close enough to qualify as a silly Russian.

  • Douchy McDouche

    And America is next to Mexico, which is close enough to qualify US language as Spanish.

  • James Mcelroy

    what would have been wrong with using the fork end?

  • Rusty Shackleford

    Probably would take longer as the tynes would just pierce the concrete, that being said if you pierced it from the bottom and lifted that would've probably worked better as well.

  • WhiteEagle2

    That could have damaged the forklift. Their way was much better.

  • TheQiwiMan

    You've clearly put more thought into this than they did!

  • Jenness

    Not sure we could even call whatever occurred before this thought.

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  • TheQiwiMan

    Trying to crash through a concrete wall that has a substantial drop off on the other side = DUMB

    Filming it vertically = DUMBER

  • 600k?

    Bringing the fact that the person is filming vertically = Really...Original.

  • JJtoob

    Filming vertically = Also really original.

  • 600k?

    nice try douchebag...

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