Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

50,000 Dominoes Toppled At Once

dominoes.jpg

Ever daydream about leaving your job and just spending all of your time experimenting with dominoes? Yeah us neither. God no. Not at all.

Anyway, dominoes.You can't deny the satisfaction of watching a truckload of them falling over in variously unique ways. This one just might be the greatest we've ever seen.

It documents a team of 16 Germans breaking the Guinness world record for "Most Dominoes Toppled in a Circle Bomb/Circle Field", which is an actual thing. There are a whopping 54,321 of them on show here.

Hand your notice in now! Or don't. Whatever.

Related

dominos3.jpg

Mini Domino World Record Broken

Ad2.jpg

The 10 Greatest Ads Of 2014

domino1.jpg

Watch 22,000 Dominoes Topple in 100 Seconds

dominos3.jpg

Incredible domino tricks

wood.jpg

The Worst Game Show Answer Of The Year

moto2.jpg

Motorola's Hilarious Trolling SmartWatch Ads

Comments

More

The Daily Mail have finally lost the plot with their latest front page

We should ban Google apparently

by Dave Fawbert
24 Mar 2017

Charlton Athletic unveil touching tribute to PC Keith Palmer

Police officer killed in London attack was a keen football fan

by Dave Fawbert
23 Mar 2017

This retired racehorse has absolutely zero chill

"Woah Shamrock"

by Matt Tate
22 Mar 2017

This Monopoly board show how much it actually costs to live in London

Oh well, renting forever

by Gary Ogden
22 Mar 2017

This 'new catnip' will get your cat off its tits

Thanks science

by Emily Reynolds
22 Mar 2017

Everyone is mad about Mary Berry's pie

No soggy bottoms here

by Emily Reynolds
22 Mar 2017

Spare a thought for the Cadbury social media manager

Guess what? The internet is wrong again

by Emily Reynolds
22 Mar 2017

This fossil has been named after David Attenborough

As birthday presents go, that's a pretty good one

by Emily Reynolds
22 Mar 2017

Stephen Hawking is going into space

Astro-Hawk takes flight

by Gary Ogden
21 Mar 2017

The average date costs £129, apparently

Where are these people going?

by Emily Reynolds
20 Mar 2017