Why yes, this is a 10 minute video about how to eat a watermelon, with someone (his name is Tom Willett) we can only describe as the Bob Ross of watermelon eating.

There are so many things to say about this video, we're frankly overwhelmed. For one, Willett utters this line:

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Then, he proceeds to use a spoon to carve all sorts of carefully measured tunnels, in which he then drops marshmallows in.

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Then comes the peanut butter.

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This dude has over 400 videos.

Watch the full thing:

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