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Dropping Jelly Onto A Hard Surface

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You know what, we’re just going to come out and say it. Some people have too much time on their hands.

Now, we’re not saying that’s a bad thing. No siree. Otherwise we wouldn’t get to gawp intriguingly at clips such as these gelatin cubes – jelly to you and me – being dropped upon a solid surface before bouncing off in all manner of alluring shapes.

There’s little we can add to this concept – which we can only assume was conceived over a liquid lunch – save for the fact that it does remind us of the first time we went out jogging having lived off pizzas for the previous six months.

Blubber, blubber, blubber.

[Via Daily Wh.at]

Image: YouTube.com

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