This is better than your wildest dreams.
Spoiler: Gravity wins.
If you've got ten minutes to spare, this is quite phenomenal. It's a new world record, by the way. No-one has ever managed to topple more than 30,000 before.
Who really wants an iPhone, anyway?
Who needs laser pointers when you have dominoes?
Because of course you can buy mayonnaise pizza at Domino's in Japan.
40 hours of set-up for one minute of sweet earth history action.
60,000 stacked dominoes falling is probably not one of the sounds you need to hear before you die, but it looks cool.
Hurrah for geese and their shipping demands!
Dude takes it pretty well, actually. I would have let loose with a deafening F7U12. (Via)
D O M I N C E P T I O N... In this classic FlippyCat video, dominoes knock over dominoes made from dominoes.
It takes me 2 days just to setup and play one game of tic-tac-toe.
A Holiday gift to you from YouTube Domino superstar FlippyCat: Snowflakes. Enjoy.
Apparently ultra-sensitive to tweets and horrendous feedback, Dominoes Pizza pulls out ALL THE STOPS to change the recipe for their crust.
Everybody, Hugh Hefner has made it to Twitter.
This creative video features thousands of dominoes falling in an office. It was created by Jared Lyon, with the help of two coworkers at RIT, to promote an annual festival called Imagine RIT.
These videos offer some very convincing reasons for thinking twice about those fart-covered Domino's salami sandwiches.