Video: Humanity's connection to fire dates back to when our earliest ancestors realised it could be used for warmth and survival. Why do you think staring into a campfire is so mesmerising? It probably also explains why watching toothbrushes slowly melt and shrivel away is so utterly fascinating. That, or deep down you're secretly harbouring bad feelings towards your dentist.
Watching Toothbrushes Melt Is So Incredibly Satisfying
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