Does it feel like you’re going around in circles? Like you’re just holding on? Like you could fall on your face at any moment?
These brave thrill-seekers know the feeling. Video from Australia shows a never-ending Slip ‘N Slide-like contraption that is sure to give you a dizzying sensation.
The giant nausea machine was created for Australia Day celebrations and includes a motorized clothesline with three different speeds, two of which that were apparently deemed unsafe.
But don’t let that deter you!
Here’s another video of the hilarious machine.
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