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This is the most satisfying video on the whole of the internet

"Mmmhhmmmmm."

"Oooh yeeeeah."

"Slower, you tease. Slower."

Just a selection of the NSFW noises you'll emit while watching this assortment of satisfying clips. Seriously, OCD sufferers may want to be alone while watching this, slow jam soundtrack and all.

Compiled by the viral geniuses at Digg, it includes such pulse-raising classics as "thing fitting perfectly into another thing" and "thing being cleaned in an immaculate, precise manner".

This. This is what the internet is for. 

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