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Our affection for the How Ridiculous guys is obvious. We’ve covered the YouTube stunt crew and watched in awe as the fellas dropped a 60-pound ice block onto a trampoline, followed that up with a La-Z-Boy chair dropped onto a trampoline, and launched a bowling ball from a 150-foot tower.
They most recently procured the use of a massive dart and unleashed its pointed fury onto a stack of doors. In the latest challenge, posted this week, How Ridiculous once again enlisted the help of the metal arrow to decimate a tree stump.
Before impaling the tremendous trunk, How Ridiculous dropped the death dart from above and said goodbye to a cheap office chair. The furniture was not too kind on the back and butt region, they said. It thus met a deserved death at the hands of an object dropped from 150 above the ground.
While the trunk split was impressive, the desk chair was so much more satisfying to watch, especially for those of us tortured by cheaply made office furniture.
Chris Illuminati is an author and reporter whose work for the Daily Dot focuses on meme culture. His work has been published in Rolling Stone, FanSided, BroBible, Penthouse, and AskMen.