Video: Surprise! It's dizzying as hell. That's obviously to be expected since a washing machine spins and spins and spins but if you kind of squint just a little bit and flex your imagination a lot of bit, you can pretend that the washing machine is actually a portal opening capsule that's revving itself up. It starts slowly, you can still make out the people outside the machine but when it kicks into higher gear, they disappear into a different dimension. Or at least that's what I see. The washing machine peaked at 1200 RPM, I say it can bring whatever inside to the other side of the universe.
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