Suction-Cup Darts On Eyeballs Demand Your Attention

06/26/2015 12:01 pm ET | Updated Jun 26, 2015

Well this is one way to kill time this summer.

A viral video posted to YouTube shows a guy attaching suction-cup darts to his eyeballs. He then rolls his eyes for goofy (disturbing?) effect.

The clip is titled "Nerf gun to the eye." We were not aware that this type of stunt had such a market but hundreds of thousands of viewers have proved us wrong.


While this appears to be a bad idea (do not try, even with contacts), maybe suction-cup dude could get together with leaf-blower dude to while away the hours with ridiculous antics.

Boredom be gone!

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