Video: At some point, every trendy YouTube channel is going to fight every other trendy YouTube channel. And this week, the blender brand made famous by Will It Blend dukes it out with the red hot nickel ball from carsandwater. Spoiler: No one wins. Like so many street fights, everybody walks away from this one a little worse for the wear. But given enough crossovers, we'll soon have a definitive power ranking of destructive internet objects. The nickel ball has lost to the hydraulic press, which itself has lost to the high-powered water cutter. Somebody get some of those massive neodymium magnets and try to shatter a Blendtec while I figure out if gambling on YouTube channels is legal.
Blender Versus Red Hot Nickel Ball Ends In A Respectable Draw
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