Video: In the world of competitive dominoes, stacking 4200 tiny plastic bricks is, surprisingly, not even close to setting any kind of record. But YouTube's FlippyCat might have created one of the most satisfying domino falls to watch, since the entire structure was stacked around a 360-degree camera, putting you in the centre of all the destruction.
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To help promote its online store that sells nothing but tiny plastic bricks, Bulk Dominoes enlisted the help of the extremely patient FlippyCat to build a giant Etch A Sketch that only works through the magic of stop motion. But it's the perfect way to represent just what a pain it is to draw anything recognisable on the classic toy.