Hitting Jell-O with a tennis racket gloriously slices it all up

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Tennis racquets are excellent at turning objects—namely, tennis balls—into blobs because the strings have just the right amount of give to absorb a bit of punishment. What’s even cooler though, is when something—like Jell-O—goes straight through the webbing and gets cut and sliced and chopped into jiggly flying snake-like objects.

You can’t actually see that happen in real life (it happens way too fast) so the Slow-Mo Guys put a racquet hitting Jell-O to slow motion and it is fantastic.


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