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If You Think You Play Loud Music In Your Car, Wait Until You See What This Guy Does

NOVEMBER 19, 2016  —  By Hannah Austin

I thought I listened to my music loud, but this guy pumps up his volume to a whole new level.

What you are about to witness is an optical trick. In reality, the loud bass is making the car rattle at a speed faster than the camera can capture. As a result, what we see looks a bit like ocean waves. The phenomenon is called "flexing."

Watch as this car's window and frame appear to ebb and flow with the bass. It's fascinating, but we don't suggest giving it a try!


Read More: 20 Of The Most Ridiculous Things People Have Seen While Driving

Listening to loud music is fun and all, but it's an easy way to rupture an eardrum. Dads around the world do not approve.


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