(CBS News) Do you dig videos of super-slow motion? Do you enjoy watching things explode? If you said "yes" to these questions, then have I got just the thing for you in the video above.
The aptly titled YouTube video "Stupidity captured at 2500 frames per
second" is actually a series of highlights from the Danish television
show "Dumt & Farligt". And in a weird way, the addition of super slow-motion to a variety of things being blown up or smashed raises an otherwise vapid video almost to the level of art.
So what did you all think of it? Feel free to leave me some comment love below. And to check out more from "Dumt & Farligt", you can go to their YouTube page by clicking here.