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Guy Plays with Water Faucet

[+] Sounds like my Honda Civic.

[–] Sounds like my Honda Civic.

Description: A water tap sounds like a car racing.

Tags: Engine Impersonation, WTF, Video

Guy Plays with Water Faucet

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Rating Rating: 7.69 Like Dislike
Date Date: Mar 24, 2013

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Comment Get that sh*t fixed | Mar 24, 2013

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Sir, your exhaust pipes are leaking fluid.

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Comment Explanation man | Mar 24, 2013

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Someone's in the other stall right after eating taco bell and the guy holding the faucet just has good reaction time

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Comment excuse me | Apr 1, 2013

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0:27 sound of my farts

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Comment Mar 26, 2013

Originally posted by Professor | Mar 25, 2013

Yes, what's happening is the eternal wall of the pipe has rusted in such a away that it creates many ''wave'' or hook shaped bits along it. When the water catches these ''waves'' it creates this sound as the vibration from the friction combine with these pockets of air within these ''waves''. The vibrating sound source causes a disturbance to the surrounding air molecules, causing them bounce off each other with a force proportional to the disturbance. The energy of their interaction creates ripples of more dense (higher pressure) to less dense (lower pressure) air molecules, with pressures above and below the normal atmospheric pressure. When the molecules are pushed closer together it is called compression; when they are pulled apart, it is called rarefaction. The back and forth oscillation of pressure produces a sound waves.

and for those who are TL;DR ... rusted pipes=that.

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Comment Dimitri | Mar 26, 2013

Originally posted by Professor | Mar 25, 2013

Yes, what's happening is the eternal wall of the pipe has rusted in such a away that it creates many ''wave'' or hook shaped bits along it. When the water catches these ''waves'' it creates this sound as the vibration from the friction combine with these pockets of air within these ''waves''. The vibrating sound source causes a disturbance to the surrounding air molecules, causing them bounce off each other with a force proportional to the disturbance. The energy of their interaction creates ripples of more dense (higher pressure) to less dense (lower pressure) air molecules, with pressures above and below the normal atmospheric pressure. When the molecules are pushed closer together it is called compression; when they are pulled apart, it is called rarefaction. The back and forth oscillation of pressure produces a sound waves.

A very intelligent and insightful reply.

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Comment Mar 25, 2013

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fake and gay

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Comment Professor | Mar 25, 2013

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Originally posted Mar 24, 2013

Anybody have an explanation for this?

Yes, what's happening is the eternal wall of the pipe has rusted in such a away that it creates many ''wave'' or hook shaped bits along it. When the water catches these ''waves'' it creates this sound as the vibration from the friction combine with these pockets of air within these ''waves''. The vibrating sound source causes a disturbance to the surrounding air molecules, causing them bounce off each other with a force proportional to the disturbance. The energy of their interaction creates ripples of more dense (higher pressure) to less dense (lower pressure) air molecules, with pressures above and below the normal atmospheric pressure. When the molecules are pushed closer together it is called compression; when they are pulled apart, it is called rarefaction. The back and forth oscillation of pressure produces a sound waves.

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Comment :D | Mar 25, 2013

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Originally posted Mar 25, 2013

Neither does anyone else.

what a waste of water

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Comment Mar 25, 2013

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Originally posted Mar 24, 2013

I have no intelligent comment for this video

Neither does anyone else.

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Comment Dimitri | Mar 24, 2013

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Originally posted Mar 24, 2013

Simple things amuse simple minds.

A simple mind is quick to make assumptions and judge.

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Comment Dimitri | Mar 24, 2013

He's guilty of being easily entertained......kinda' like myself. :-\

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Comment Mar 24, 2013

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Originally posted Mar 24, 2013

I don't want to know, what was there in that hole?!?!?

Then why ask?

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