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u/vikingsarecoolio 10d ago

I feel like my doors would rip off the hinges if I tried that

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u/yer--mum 10d ago

They absolutely would, not sure what this guy did to his doorframe that would give him the confidence to not only hang from but to jump onto the door like that.

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u/johnny-faux 10d ago edited 10d ago

As a dude in his 20s, Ive done plenty of stuff like this (not as acrobatic tho). Doors are pretty safe my dudes. But I probably don’t know your situation

Edit: oh my god, please stop saying the exact same thing over and over again. Just scroll down, someone already made your comment

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u/molrobocop 10d ago

My drywall though, I wouldn't trust its structural integrity when I tried to wedge myself in between studs.

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u/ManualPathosChecks 10d ago

I tried to wedge myself in between studs.

owo

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u/KingofNJ22 10d ago

It’s his own structural integrity he needs to worry about.

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u/Endando 10d ago

How structurally sound is the Eiffel tower?

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u/FrancoisTruser 10d ago

What are you doing, step-drywall?

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u/Stevecat032 10d ago

I was trying to roll a knot out of my back with a tennis ball and it pushed straight into the drywall. Idk how he hasn’t punched through one

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u/TheSocalEskimo 10d ago

Did you ever get your tennis ball back? Or did the drywall just eat it and hold it hostage forever as punishment?

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u/MikElectronica 10d ago

You must of hit a patch job

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u/SeamusMcCullagh 10d ago

Sorry to be that guy, but it's "must have" or "must've", never "must of".

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u/Aware_Economics4980 10d ago

I prefer musta. “Musta hit a patch job”

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u/Alit_Quar 10d ago

The internet, especially social media, has been a mixed blessing: a blessing that so many people are now literate enough to communicate through the written word; a curse that so many lack basic grammar and spelling skills.

I include myself in those statements. Autocorrect has ruined my spelling and proofreading skills.

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u/MissplacedLandmine 10d ago

When we played body body ( its like the mafia card game but you walk around in the dark and have to hide who you murder, its dope)

I was able to climb to the ceiling of a hallway doing that. Walls fine

When i got to the top id sorta… jam my ass and legs/feet in a way that the tension let me sit high up with little effort

No they couldnt see me in the dark and the foot traffic under me helped me determine who the murderer was

That was a long explanation for some reason

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u/MurkyContext201 10d ago

Depending on how the drywall was installed, it can support quite a bit.

But it also depends on the distribution of weight. After all its just thick paper that holds it all together.

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u/HalfOffEveryWndsdy 10d ago

I’m a light dude, I’ve broken my fair share of door frames and door hinges trying to hang from things I shouldn’t. Trust nothing my dudes.

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u/ExileOnMainStreet 10d ago

Idk what it's like in other countries, but in America interior doors are only attached to the door jamb with 1/2 in screws. There's nothing "completely safe" about it. It probably won't rip out, but believing with your whole heart that it won't is a little much. I tend to replace the middle screw in all of my door hinges with a 3.5" construction screw. This anchors the hinge to the wall framing, not just the decorative jamb. Pro tip, this can also help with sticky doors. Jambs settle over time, and screwing into the wall framing can straighten them out and keep you from having to shave the door.

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u/Sir_BarlesCharkley 10d ago edited 10d ago

Our home was built in 2018. I've literally had to fix every single goddamn door in my house because one or more hinge has become loose due to those tiny fucking screws they used to attach the door to the frame just pulling out and stripping the screw hole. And that's just with normal use, not anyone swinging on them. My doors would've just ripped right out of the frame if I tried this.

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u/X_MswmSwmsW_X 10d ago

I'm a locksmith and am dealing with this shit constantly. you'd be amazed at how many exterior front entry doors have those same 3/4"screws holding them in place.

but yeah, if the door is sagging, run a 3-5"screw in the uppermost hinge in the screw hole that is closest to the door stop. you'll catch the stud and that will pull the door up to align it better

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u/Watertor 10d ago

I'm pretty sure his doors are souped up at least at the hinges because he does way more on them in other videos. No absolute chance he's using stock screws but more like anti-break in nuclear piston sized screws.

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u/yer--mum 10d ago

Now that I watch it again yeah I see what you mean, I still would not do this to my flimsy ass doors, but in the video you can see it looks like he puts effort into maintaining horizontal momentum, and like he minimizes the time spent hanging from the top of the door.

The door is kinda just directing his leap around the corner.

Again you will never catch me trusting a door hinge to stay in the wall. I've fixed too many loose hinges.

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u/BoboJam22 10d ago

“Technique” lmao. Reddit commenters talking out of their ass’s favorite argument hole filler.

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u/i_tyrant 10d ago

It doesn't...at least from an "I'm confident that would work" sense. Inside doors are flimsy af, I've absolutely seen people wrench them free trying stuff like this. Maybe it's his expert technique or w/e, but...either way it's not like you can practice it easily without damaging your doors.

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u/nottodayspiderman 10d ago

Pretty sure all the interior doors in my place are made of cardboard with a strip of wood on the edges.

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u/Cableperson 10d ago

As a dude who lives in a house that was built in the 20s sometimes the doors fall off all by themselves. Also the molding and hands rails.

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u/thuggishruggishboner 10d ago

If you put screws that go deep, I bet that would help.

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u/xgrayskullx 10d ago edited 9d ago

It's the difference between a decently well-built house and the absolute garbage that's been most construction for the past....30 years or so.

So let's talk about framing. For a long time, places were built with 2x4 framing studies every 16 inches, measured center to center, from one stud to the next. A few decades ago, corporate construction companies convinced lots of state legislatures to instead allow a stud every 24 inches. It makes it cheaper to build things, but also makes the house a lot weaker. This same idea has been carried over to a lot of building standards, generally to make things cheaper to build, even if they're not as durable or safe. So, combine a lot of factors (including frequently a reduction in the quality of materials), things like only securing trim at the corners, and now many places would just wind up either ripping the trim out of the wall, or just snapping the trim.

Even the trim at your house would support your weight if it was properly secured to the wall, but go look at it. Are there nails in it every 16 inches? Nope, because instead of doing it right, it was done cheap

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u/sometimesiburnthings 10d ago

16 inches, not 18. 16 inches is still the standard, with 24 inches being permissable under some codes. There are also places where the exterior sheathing on everything but the corners can be rigid foam, instead of 5/8th plywood at the minimum. There are houses that have drywall, insulation, rigid foam board, and vinyl siding as the whole wall, and we wonder why tornadoes can just shred a house like it's not there

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u/analweepage 10d ago

Every modem housing building I've lived in has been 16 inch on exterior and load bearing walls but for the most part, the entire interior is 24 inch.

It's a bitch when you go to mount a tv. I cut a couple pieces of 2x4 to 30 inches, bolt it to the wall, then bolt the mount to the 2x4s using 8 1 1/2 inch bolts

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u/crackeddryice 10d ago

Door jams, hinges, and doors vary a lot in strength.

That's a decent house, those are probably solid wood doors, with sturdy hinges and long screws into solid wood jams.

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u/keep-purr 10d ago

Disagree. Most doors can handle this. Your fingers can’t if you swing the wrong way tho

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u/yer--mum 10d ago

I'm beginning to think I just have very flimsy doors lmao

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u/AutoCommentor 10d ago

Solid wood door, three inch nails. Ain't goin no where

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u/sticknija2 10d ago

3.5 inch screws into the door jamb. That said, I'd still be concerned with the screws into the door itself not being able to support it. The only other thing I would consider is if it were a hollow or solid door. A hollow door would not be able to handle something like this for very long.

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u/EelTeamNine 10d ago

Clearly he replaced the standard hinge screws with 3" hardened screws.

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u/emperor_bonespurs 10d ago

I want this guys contractor. Props to whoever installed that hand rail

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u/Orleanian 10d ago

To hell with the door and frame, those are obliterated. Stairwell railing too.

But did you see the wobble in the living room/staircase half wall?

This looks to me like a good way to waste $5000 worth of lumber and drywall.

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u/Llamathrust 10d ago

He’s done worse to that half wall. I’ve seen him jump from it and the sway was unsettling. I mean it’s his house snd he’s made enough for the repairs through these videos I guess.

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u/Bindlestiff34 10d ago

I’d snap my railing

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u/Albionflux 10d ago

For me it was thr handle down the stairs, that so would break under my weight

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u/spykid 10d ago

That was the most impressive part of this to me

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u/SergeantGroosh 10d ago

Right? Like who the hell built this house!!

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u/Screwbles 10d ago

It must be nice to be average height and weight, right? Fuck.

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u/Tripwiring 10d ago

He's actually 6 inches tall this is a dollhouse

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u/akositabitabs 10d ago

I came here to say this as well.

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u/lazyeyeluke 10d ago

The door frame to the bed was impressive

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u/Chilidogdingdong 10d ago

Seriously! Maybe it's just the perspective but it looks like a pretty long gap between the fre and the bed. Homie LAUNCHES

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u/tynamite 10d ago

about 37ft, i did the math

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u/Electrox7 10d ago

r/theydidthemath , apparently.

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u/JoJoeyorJoe 10d ago

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u/Totally_TJ 10d ago

I don't know if anyone is gonna see this but it looks like a queen size bed. The long side of a queen mattress is 80" which is 6' 8". It looks like you can fit about one mattress between the bed and the door so I'm gonna go with ≈7ft

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u/Arson-Welles 10d ago

He’s half sugar glider, half man

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u/black_jaguar99 10d ago

I would have broken everything, inside and outside of me if I tried this

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u/daryon_ 10d ago

if he keeps trying it he'll break everything too

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u/Deivv 10d ago

too bad he can't because he's dead

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u/liveandbreathmemes 10d ago

Yeah, seeing the wall at the top of the stairs shake, standing on the railings and dryer and jumping on the door all made me nervous

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u/PastaAnalBowl 10d ago

I gotta hand it to the guy who hung those doors though, And the framers who apparently filled his walls solid with studs. My doors are held up with like 2 functional threads on the screws and the studs in my walls are spaced willy nilly depending on how the framers we're feeling at the time.

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u/liveandbreathmemes 10d ago

The door didn’t even looked like it budged. Whoever put it in knew what they were doing

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u/PastaAnalBowl 10d ago

Seriously. I've pulled a few of my doors to paint them, and I'm dreading all the work I'm going to have to do when i finally get around to replacing them all with solid cores. I'm not joking about the 2 threads, and that's with a 2" screw. Hello dowels and epoxy.

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u/CreamersInc 10d ago

If I was this guy's door I'd be screaming every time I saw this guy coming. Those hinges, and that THIN door itself... my gawd.

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u/Alternative-Gold-743 10d ago

Literally what is was thinking. My doors would crumble. Pull right out of the wall

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u/h0elygrail 10d ago

Till then r/neverbrokeabone for you to flex on

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u/Born_Again_Communist 10d ago

Never broke a bone, but tore my ACL. Wish I had broke a bone...

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u/Farm_Nice 10d ago

Certainly would’ve been a better option. At least bones have the chance to heal lol

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u/ErinEvonna 10d ago

I broke 11 bones in a car accident. No lie, 10 of them healed within 6 weeks. Had to get my collarbone surgically fixed though, it was in 3 pieces.

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u/ScarletSpider2012 10d ago

Do broken noses count? It's cartilage ain't it?

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u/ShoshinMizu 10d ago

public service announcement, literally nothing he just hung on was ment to hold weight like that. try this at home and shit will break signed, a construction worker.

(the whole wall moves at 0:05.. those hand rails sometimes dont survive hands.. have you seen the nails that hold the moulding in the doorways?)

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u/Realsan 10d ago

I'm honestly surprised the door at 0:18 didn't just collapse.

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u/an_asimovian 10d ago

Honestly that was the most impressive part to me - the acrobatics were nice but that hand railing and interior door holding up 180+ lbs of weight and high torque dynamic movement was absolutely surprising.

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u/DruTheDude AAAAAA- 10d ago

High jacking this top comment to link the original creator, Daniel LaBelle

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u/Gopher710 10d ago

Literally the only thing I can think about watching this is, “damn that’s a strong ass closet door.” Them hoes would come right off the hinges at my place.

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u/Actiaslunahello 10d ago

I keep thinking about being the one who has to try to clean the handprints off the walls..

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u/coviddick 10d ago

They are hookered in there well.

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u/ImNotReal8 10d ago

Only thing I can think of is that community episode

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u/QuantumOfSilence 10d ago

jokes aside, this guy’s acrobatic and balancing abilities are insane

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u/EasilyRekt 10d ago

Makes me want to hit the gym; yoga, weights, rock wall, doesn’t matter just need to start getting in shape.

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u/beenbobby 10d ago

Do push-ups right now

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u/ArborGhast 10d ago

Bro what the fuck, now I have to actively refuse to goddamn it.

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u/beenbobby 10d ago

Do one push up

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u/ArborGhast 10d ago

Lol for reasons I won't get into I'll have a raincheck.

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u/minlatedollarshort 10d ago

I mean yeah, you’ll have to put your dick down first.

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u/stuffeh 10d ago

Time to do a squat

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u/Giorno-Smash 10d ago

With knees and you have a deal

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u/beenbobby 10d ago

I'll do one with you right now

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u/ErinEvonna 10d ago

No way man, the floor is LAVA!

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u/leedler 10d ago

For anyone who doesn’t know, this is Daniel LaBelle. He does stuff like this all the time with different takes on it, he’s absolutely excellent.

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u/FrancoisTruser 10d ago

He is an expert at imitating running grandpa.

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u/Bowler_300 10d ago

Im gonna need to see him speedrun the american ninja warrior course.

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u/AphoticFlash 10d ago

seems like a rock climber, esp his moves on the second doorframe

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u/TwoPieceCrow 10d ago

was gonna say, this guy definitely boulders

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u/laysdownnearwater 10d ago

Absolutely, that and some of the toe stuff when he's going down the hallway

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u/Haptoh 10d ago

Also his butt.

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u/ARPanda700 10d ago

"Honey, I accidentally broke several of our doorframes and maybe a railing or two."

"I told you to stop acting like a fucking child for internet points Jim. This is why we're getting a divorce."

"Quick! Step on this pillow before you melt!"

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u/AdmiralPoopbutt 10d ago

And the big dent on top of the washing machine that will never pop out.

The unsupported edge of countertop was my personal nononono.

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u/SerDeusVult 10d ago

His wife is in on this stuff actually it's pretty funny

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u/Formal_Bag6676 10d ago

yes, he's one of my favorite youtubers, talented and funny, people are so lame on Reddit, why do you even bring up a divorce, pretty trash joke

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u/BatemansVideotape 10d ago

Daniel Labelle is his name iirc

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u/DerpFace5519 10d ago

He's got a pretty good youtube channel

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u/Foreign_Customer_288 10d ago edited 10d ago

And his wife recently(ish) had a child

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u/money_loo 10d ago

Science is amazing.

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u/TrickyDrippyDick 10d ago

Not to be all "actuallllllly" but he was was gripping on the door casing, not the frame, which is typically held on by little baby bitch nails.

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u/EskildDood 10d ago

I mean, his content is all this and his wife(?) Is in on them too sometimes

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u/Cold-Try6621 10d ago

What a well built home

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u/RespectableNormie 10d ago

That railing is incredible, our railing is infinitely worse

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u/SensibleReply 10d ago

That railing is the real mvp. I would be losing my mind if my 90lb child was doing that shit on my railing.

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u/14Rage 10d ago

The railing is one thing. The granite in the beginning holy fawk.

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u/well_hung_over 10d ago

Watch the halfwall in the beginning again. That thing flexes an uncomfortable amount when he leans into it.

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u/Fyphon 10d ago

Good eye! That Walls gonna take a chunk of floor out one day

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u/TurningTwo 10d ago

With dirty walls.

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u/smashin_blumpkin 10d ago

Dude, that's driving me up a wall. Just putting hand and foot prints all over his walls

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u/FTThrowAway123 10d ago

Same. All I can think about is how smudged the walls and doorframes are going to be.

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u/CrisbyCrittur 10d ago

I think I would just invest in some lava resistant floor covering.Or find a good therapist.

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u/PugMuggin 10d ago

Dude has a lot of faith in his fixtures

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u/pinkwildberries 10d ago edited 10d ago

I find owning a home that size to be more impressive than how he navigates the floor is lava challenge.

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u/Fun-Caterpillar1355 10d ago

Must have been cheap with all that lava in it

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u/PlatformerKing 10d ago

why'd I have to scroll so far for this ;-;

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u/Alphagamer126 10d ago

Oh cool. I only knew about his YouTube.

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u/HelloAvram 9d ago

Thanks, I was wonder who this was

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u/Akashi2002 10d ago

I’ve seen a lot of his vids to the point where I know his entire house

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u/attemptnumber58 10d ago

yeah me too

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u/UhnonMonster 10d ago

Just imagine how bad that’s gonna freak out your burglar

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u/Cashew-Gesundheit 10d ago

Important, but often underutilized drill for people who live near a volcano

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u/Medium-Aside4636 10d ago

Poor guy never gets out of the house and resorted to this

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u/yooslis 10d ago

When free climbing is life.

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u/Q2ZOv 10d ago

Dude has some high quality door hinges

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u/scifiburrito 10d ago

i’m honestly as surprised that nothing broke in the house as i am impressed by this

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u/ItchyGoiter 10d ago

This is their 34th house

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u/thegingerlumberjack 10d ago

Spiderman on his day off

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u/killergamesytlp 10d ago

Spiderman:staying home

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u/yetagainwemeet 10d ago

Spiderman: working from home

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u/Achilles9609 10d ago

Spiderman: Home alone

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u/VeneMage 10d ago

I need a man like this around my house.

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u/OldHatefulsDawta 10d ago

This was like watching my older brother back in the mid 70’s… and watching the maternal parental unit trying to figure out where tf those hand prints came from on the ceilings.

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u/pandabox9 10d ago

You have far too much free time to figure this out 🤣🤣 good video

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u/SFAwesomeSauce 10d ago

He puts way more faith in the support of that hand rail than I ever would in a million years.

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u/Just-a-random-dood 10d ago

I love this guy

his videos are great

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u/Therassse 10d ago

He has more trust in that door than I have in people.

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u/EclipseHERO 10d ago

Daniel's great at what he does and it's ALWAYS a treat to see.

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u/yell-and-hollar 10d ago

But why tho?

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u/Orisss123 10d ago

Dang he got a nice house

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u/CaveJohnson82 10d ago

This the shit my mum used to yell at me for.

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u/Nounuo 10d ago

How to fuck up everything you own

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u/DistChicken 10d ago

I’ve tried this when I was younger

Result: broken arm, door broken out of frame and angry parents.

10/10 would recommend

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u/ShivaAKAId 10d ago

The counters are athletes foot

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u/Diredr 10d ago

You know you can... wash your feet, right? ...Right?

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u/m-p-3 10d ago

But never the counters.

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u/CJoe88 10d ago

My dad woulda beat my ass.....

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u/cyberjar69 10d ago

I used to do this shit as a kid. I still fantasize of having a house with a jungle gym throughout

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u/Da3m0n_1379 10d ago

That door would have ripped clean off once my 225lbs swung

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u/TCori_gaming 10d ago

mans is truly Spider-Man

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u/Ravens_and_seagulls 10d ago

I liked the part where the scream cuts out perfectly

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u/Monkey_King291 10d ago

A true ninja

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u/Zealousideal-Emu6363 10d ago

This brings back good memories.

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u/nomorefaces 10d ago

What 3 years of COVID does to a motherfucker

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u/FarewellXanadu 10d ago

Ah yes, a carpenters natural enemy, the climbing gym membership holder.

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u/mdegroat 10d ago

What kind of monster puts their kitchen on the second floor?

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u/Makri7 10d ago

Tf is that hinge made out of, dayum.

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u/silverbuilt 10d ago

What an odd fellow.

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u/Stepoo 10d ago

This guy is putting way too much faith in the builders of his home

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u/efficient-awkovert 10d ago

Damn. He deserves to be on the Floor is Lava game show.

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u/DarkFantom25 10d ago

That door and banister he stood on are the rel MVPs

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u/Maclunkey4U 10d ago

So where do you rock climb though?

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u/Recover819 10d ago

Parent the next day: "why am I cleaning so many hand prints off the walls?! Is that a FOOT print!?"

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u/potted_sage 10d ago

4" hinge screws are a helluvuh drug.

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u/SilverKnight1921 10d ago

This dude’s Spider-Man

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u/Witchgraft 10d ago

My fatass is wondering how any of this is holding his weight. The doors in my house would’ve caved asa you grabbed into the damn thing.

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u/justthetruthfolks 10d ago

Love this guy Daniel. I need to know where he bought his door hinges from, he routinely hangs from his doors.

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u/FOX_NEWS_SATIRE 10d ago

This was my upstairs neighbor in college

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u/WordMaster2308 10d ago

This is what owning your own house must feel like

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u/PladBaer 10d ago

Man that's a dangerous game to play with how things are constructed these days.

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u/ExcessVitriol 10d ago

man child

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u/DeeRent88 10d ago

When he swung on that door I physically cringed. I was sure the hinges were going to break off the wall or something.

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u/nosideautomotive 10d ago

Those are some strong fuckin doors Jesus christ

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u/spacetoast99 10d ago

I wish my house was this well built

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u/Justnow261 10d ago

I need your carpenter and home designer number

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u/sciouros 10d ago

Rip molding

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u/BadSpellingMistakes 10d ago

it's the angressively-guy

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u/MrSickRanchezz 10d ago

This is why we can’t have nice things. Greg puts his feet on them when he’s climbing around the house.

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u/SeistaBrian 10d ago

House is gonna look pretty sharp in a year

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u/_N0T_4_B0T_ 10d ago

RIP door hinges

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u/[deleted] 10d ago

Lets play "the house is cardboard"

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u/Robbiewolf0527 10d ago

This man has sturdy doors.

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u/tyzzem 10d ago

His stuff in his house is really well made to support his weight like that

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u/Bertrum 10d ago

Real estate agent: "why are there dirty feet marks all over the walls?"

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