There’s a lot of garbage on YouTube.
I would say that 98% of the millions of videos on YouTube are worthless and don’t need to be watched.
However, there is one category that is always cool and never garbage: videos of people taking objects apart or just flat-out breaking them.
One channel that really satisfies that most basic human need for destruction is “What’s Inside?”
“What’s Inside?” is a father and son team, Lincoln and Daniel Markham. Their appetite for destruction and discovery has earned them over 4 million subscribers to their channel.
These oddly satisfying videos take apart everything. From arcade games, microscopes, blenders, hornets’ nests (pictured above), even the trophy YouTube gave the Markhams for hitting a subscriber milestone.
Watch their latest, “What’s Inside a Fidget Cube” below
These videos really satisfy my desire to see how things work.
I also love watching objects break. And occasionally, I like to do the breaking.
What do you think? Share your thoughts.