Video: A giant rubber band ball? So much fun. Just slice the thing open and you'll see it quickly grow and explode up and basically unleash the monster that wants to escape from its rubber ball prison. The sound is also interesting to listen to once it is cut open. You can hear the slow movement that the bands are making in an attempt to jump out. What's Inside takes a look at the giant rubber band ball in their video below.
Chopping Open A Giant Rubber Band Ball Basically Reveals A Hidden Monster Inside
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