Video: Because the human body is (scientifically) a big, wet meat sack, murder is typically an ugly, messy thing. Luckily, the good folks at Super Deluxe managed to correct this design flaw by making their own dirt man out of coloured sand -- and then hacking him into a million pieces. The result of their experiment is a video that isn't just extremely watchable, but also alarmingly therapeutic. You can check it out below, just make sure you don't get too into it.
The Brutal Murder Of This Neon Sand Man Is Disturbingly Satisfying
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