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Subwoofer vibrations triggers an airbag /r/ALL

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u/djpandajr Jan 29 '23 Take My Energy

5/5 neighbours hate this guy

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u/Chabubu Jan 29 '23

But he has to play this loud to hear anything over the tinnitus

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u/throwawaylovesCAKE Jan 29 '23

Can you get bass tinitus?

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u/[deleted] Jan 29 '23

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u/AutomatedCabbage Jan 30 '23 Rocket Like

I have tinitus. It's more like "Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...."

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u/huffmandidswartin Jan 30 '23 Facepalm

I have a trick that stops it. All you have to do is cover your ear with your palm and flick... Lol jk it's fucked we ain't ever getting peace ever again.

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u/Teh_Weiner Jan 30 '23

at one point it gets so bad it's a serious suicide concern. love your ears brothers and sisters.

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u/illy-chan Jan 30 '23

I had no idea that tinnitus had such a high suicide risk until my dad developed it. Shit sucks.

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u/Zestyclose-Cow-6530 Jan 30 '23 Ally

Hi! I’m an audiologist. I work with people with tinnitus. I can’t tell you how many of my patients have previously been told that there’s nothing they can do. Please go see an audiologist who works with tinnitus. You ca. probably get some relief!

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u/kimwim43 Jan 30 '23

I did, in 2 weeks I get my hearing aids! I think we ordered ReSounds, I'm praying they help.

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u/Flying_Alpaca_Boi Jan 30 '23

You can get tinnitus in any range of hearing. It’s normally just in the upper registers afaik due to power tools and industrial whirring typically being high pitch

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u/Similar_Coyote1104 Jan 29 '23

The passenger side door window weather stripping vibrating loose is a nice value add.

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u/Rocketman812 Jan 30 '23

Half of the screws and nuts in that car are now loose. Parts are going to start falling off left and right.

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u/griter34 Jan 30 '23

Not anymore, since it's now technically totalled.

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u/FNALSOLUTION1 Jan 30 '23

That SUV is probably worth no more that $3k, its a speakerbox at this point. I've seen some that dont even actual drive.

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u/No_Program_Found_950 Jan 30 '23

Pizza & Booty

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u/ebone581 Jan 30 '23

I’m guessing more pizza than booty. Just a hunch

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u/Slick_Tuxedo Jan 29 '23

12/10 people hope they crash their vehicle

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u/Abaraji Jan 29 '23

Looks like he didn't even have to

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u/Glomgore Jan 29 '23

Crashed while the car was parked

"How you get fired on your day off?!"

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u/HyzerFlip Jan 29 '23

My neighbor parked one of these vans in the back yard with the back pointed at my bedroom window.

One night he gets drunk and starts ripping it at like 9:30.

Our baby is like 3 months old and just fell asleep. My wife has her BFF over for the first time since having the baby.

I was on the other side of the house in the sun room and the sound shook ME.

By the time I got up and inside she was already at the fence screaming louder than his van.

He never did that again.

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u/augustm Jan 30 '23 All-Seeing Upvote

That "I just got them to sleep and you woke them up" is a rage that burns hotter than the fire of a thousand suns.

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u/SnicktDGoblin Jan 30 '23

Combine that with potentially giving the child irreparable hearing damage. Like that loud can damage adult hearing severely, let alone a 3 months old infant.

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u/Cicer Jan 29 '23

His initial thought: oh there are other people besides me in this world?

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u/moaiii Jan 30 '23

More like "fuck these people invading my world".

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u/Lexicon444 Jan 30 '23

My brother lived with me in an apartment. He had subwoofer speakers in his car. He was loading stuff in his car at the front of the building (it had 8 units 4 on each floor ours was on the second floor towards the back) and his music was vibrating the whole damn unit. I was pissed because our neighbors below us to the front of the unit had small kids. I went out and gave him a thorough tongue lashing. He never did that again.

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u/littlebirdieb33 Jan 30 '23

I live across the street and one house down from a bank in a college town. I occasionally hear music/bass late at night/early morning hours from people pulling up to use the ATM. Last night, I heard what I thought was who I’ve to come to think of as the “regular bass guy” as it got closer, I realized it was not regular bass guy, it was a new “random bass guy on steroids.” It shook our entire house so hard it was causing not only the windows and glass doors on the the exterior of our home to vibrate, but it also shook the television in the center of our home and the glassware in our cabinets. Insane!

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u/GoodOlSpence Jan 29 '23

But hey, it's worth it to destroy you car and hearing all for the probably ridiculous price is cost to install those.

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u/ChimneySwiftGold Jan 29 '23

And it sounds so bad. Music isn’t meant to sound that way - to hear it resonating from the car’s body.

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u/BrownShadow Jan 29 '23

I used to manage a car stereo shop. We did show cars. There was DB drag, where you tried to get the SPL as loud as possible. You wouldn’t want to be in one of those cars. Especially without ear protection. People would replace the windows with lexan because the windows would break. I was more into IASCA (international Auto Sound Challenge Association). That one you go for sound quality. My vehicle now is stock. I’m old.

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u/Thedapperpappy Jan 30 '23

I was all about a system in my stock cars back in the early 2000s. Sound hella loud, but looked hella bad.

Then I went with the no system, but really low and looked fast.

Now, I drive a minivan with leather heated seats and an infinity stock system and sub in it.

I too, am old now, and I'm ok with these choices. Haha.

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u/ChimneySwiftGold Jan 29 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

A home stereo system you want quality for hearing music and movies. Bass is part of it - but you want the bass to sound as intended by the creator.

That’s wild with the windows breaking.

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u/gfunk55 Jan 29 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

All your bass are belong to us

Edit: damn you for correcting your post and ruining my joke

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u/grawlyx Jan 29 '23

100/100 of humans

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u/KayJay282 Jan 29 '23

100/100 of all animals

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u/Tomimi Jan 29 '23

His own ears hate him

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u/BrockN Jan 29 '23

Years ago, I brought a new house in a new development. One day, there was this strange vibration which I thought it was construction next door but over time, I realized there was a pattern to the vibration.

I walked out and stood in front door, construction crew next door came out as well looking perplexed. We looked across the street and there was this modded car parked in the driveway, with two people hanging around the trunk, it was the obvious perp.

I yelled "HEY!" Driver didn't hear me. I walked across the street and was standing right behind him and waited for him to realize I was there. He was spooked and I said, "Can you turned that down? I fucking can't hear myself think"

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u/pinelands1901 Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

There's a truck yard behind my development. Maybe once every 3 months they have these parties where they blast Norteño music. Shit is so loud that the bass shakes your bones inside your house a mile away. Cops don't care because it's in a neighboring county.

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u/Sir_Yacob Jan 30 '23

Are we neighbors!??

I lose my Shit like a shit collector with Alzheimer’s, it wakes my kids up, like….long day, tired and want a whiskey and to watch a show with the wife….nope, time for the same goddamned bassline over the next 3 hours.

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u/Creepy-Ad-4832 Jan 29 '23

You won't believe this crazy trick to get all your neightbours to hate you!

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u/trickertreater Jan 29 '23

$5 says he's got a fart pipe muffler, too

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u/Under_Paris Jan 29 '23 Starry

I can smell the strawberry cigarillos and stale alcohol from here.

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u/purplepenguin4163 Jan 29 '23

Ever chugged a four Loko that's been baking in the sun for a week?

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u/BendItLikeBlender Jan 29 '23

I poisoned myself by drinking two Four Lokos (fruit punch and watermelon) back to back when they still had an energy drink component. I was only around 17 so my tolerance was nothing but even then those drinks are wicked.

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u/edlike Jan 29 '23

2 four loko's was always a one-way ticket to a blackout for me even as a heavy drinker at the time.

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u/Akbeardman Jan 30 '23

I'm not big on "X needs to be banned!" But as a grad student during the 18 months of four Loko full I realized it was something dangerous. For less than $10 you had enough to make a big dude who regularly drank pass out and not remember anything. I saw undergrads going to the hospital every night.

It was simply dangerous.

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u/CheshireC4t Jan 30 '23

I'm a small dude and I remember us buying a case right before they got banned; it was weird, it was like I felt myself blacking out before I finished the first can. The alcohol started to hit me real fast, and I thought "oh, I'm about to forget the rest of tonight, aren't I"

Totally surreal and incredibly dangerous.

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u/Fridayz44 Jan 30 '23

Four Locos were bad news I remember we got some before the old ones were getting banned so like 2010. I was home fresh off a combat deployment to Iraq. The last thing I remember is sitting by the bon fire. The next morning we woke up at some random girl’s house. Thank God she was a nice person. She said she enticed us with hamburgers and made us lay down in the basement. She was like you guys were gonna end up in prison if I let you leave. Lol me and her are still friends to this day.

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u/BoopasaurusRex___ Jan 30 '23

The hamburger handmaiden saves the day!

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u/Moistraven Jan 30 '23

Four Loko and Everclear, both are cheat codes to spawning at a hospital.

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u/PharmguyLabs Jan 30 '23

Don’t forget Bacardi 151

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u/BeautifulSparrow Jan 30 '23

I'd mix mine withe vodka. Idk why... didn't taste the vodka at all. Super dangerous. Idk how I didn't go to the hospital. Also lost my clothes one time.... woke up naked beside my fiancée neither of us know what happened and she wasn't even drunk Lmao. I've since quit drinking.

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u/TryingNot2BeToxic Jan 30 '23

Lmao agreed... Those things were bonkers! I'd just gone to college at the height of their popularity, shit's DANGEROUS

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u/veler360 Jan 29 '23

Well at least you learned what not to do at a young age lol

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u/Nerdiestlesbian Jan 29 '23

The trim on the window is cracking me up. I don’t know why that is so funny

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u/tecvoid Jan 29 '23

self destruct mode (only slow)

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u/mittenknittin Jan 29 '23 Brighten My Day

They're gonna get out, close the doors, and the car's gonna fall apart like that scene in the Blues Brothers

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u/Pyrochazm Jan 29 '23

They're on a mission from God.

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u/Succulent_Empress Jan 29 '23

This made me seal-bark with laughter in a silent grocery store line, take my award

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u/Arickettsf16 Jan 29 '23 Gold

The car: Make it stop

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u/radiateddesert44 Jan 29 '23

The car punched him right in the kisser.

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u/TadGhostalEsq Jan 29 '23

Ha. Was about to write this. They spent all that money on a sound system - and the car is falling apart. Classic!

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u/aninamouse Jan 29 '23

A $6,000 sound system in a $4,000 car.

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u/BloodyLlama Jan 30 '23

They spent a hell of a lot more than $6K on that sound system most likely.

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u/linderlouwho Jan 29 '23

Well, soon they will also have $4,000 hearing aids!!

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u/mckennethblue Jan 29 '23

Because dude clearly put a lot of money into a ridiculous sound system for his shitty car?

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u/Similar_Coyote1104 Jan 29 '23

Wait til he gets an estimate to replace the air bag. I want to see that video.

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u/climatelurker Jan 29 '23 I'm Deceased

The passenger does not look like he's enjoying it, but he's sure trying to PRETEND he is.

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u/bendovermehand Jan 29 '23

Exactly what I was thinking. His eyes show the pain of his ears.

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u/Gogh619 Jan 29 '23

When it’s that loud, it can actually make it hard to breathe.

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u/milecai Jan 29 '23

Literally what I was thinking lmao shits moving the air around so fast and it's inside you as well. Shits not the funnest.

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u/Kintarly Jan 29 '23

I've been trying to quantify this feeling when I tried to explain it to someone as to why I didn't enjoy ____ movie when I watched it. I ended up in a theatre that had their base cranked and it was like it was pulling the air out of my lungs. But I guess people enjoy that

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u/AppUnwrapper1 Jan 30 '23

I’ve had to stuff earbuds in my ears sometimes at movies bc the speakers were so loud. They muffle it a bit so it helps but holy crap they really do make it too loud sometimes.

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u/Kintarly Jan 30 '23

I'm on the spectrum so I normally carry earplugs and noise cancelling earbuds on me just in case I need to tune out the world, and usually the earbuds are enough, but this particular day it didn't matter cause it was just like, crushing my chest XD

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u/Kingkongcrapper Jan 29 '23

Likely his chest as well. That kind of bass feels like something else is trying to breathe for you. It really is uncomfortable.

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u/rafaelloaa Jan 30 '23

And that's before the airbag hits you.

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u/surprise-mailbox Jan 30 '23

I get freaked out when it feels like it’s vibrating my heart. Idk if it actually is, but I’m paranoid that it could knock it out of rhythm somehow. Probably not a thing but definitely uncomfortable

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u/bearbarebere Jan 30 '23

“Something else is trying to breathe for you” should be a horror story

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u/The_Cons00mer Jan 30 '23

“American Subwoofer”

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u/WhizBangPissPiece Jan 29 '23

Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee every day of your life. I played in punk bands in the 90s. Nothing cool about it.

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u/depthninja Jan 29 '23

Totally. Can't ever be in a quiet room without the EEEEEEEEEE shrieking. Sucks. A great reminder of all the fun times...

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u/Boxer03 Jan 29 '23

I just realized I’m sitting in a quiet room and am hearing that sound right now in my ears. I’ve had it for years and it comes and goes so I never connected it to tinnitus but is that what it is?

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u/DressPrevious2233 Jan 29 '23

Yep. I had tons of ear infections as a kid and developed tinnitus as a result. I have to sleep with fans on or some kind of app running on my phone to make noise to cover it up. Welcome to the club

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u/MUMPERS Jan 29 '23

Isn't it wild that, even having it for years, you never get used to it? I've had it most of my life and it's still uncomfortable.

Weirdly enough, inner ear damage causes signals to your brain, meaning tinnitus is actually an auditory hallucination (hence why there's not much that can be done about it).

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u/Exconduckducktor Jan 29 '23

I tried to ring the tinnitus hotline to find out but it just kept ringing

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u/Best_Poetry_5722 Jan 29 '23

It's probably hard to breathe, too. I can only imagine the air those subs have displaced.

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u/jokebreath Jan 29 '23

He's gonna have a lot of fun breathing in that airbag gunpowder stink for the next 6 months. That shit is foul and does not go away easily.

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u/Damhnait Jan 29 '23

I bet that's why he opened the window and kind of leaned out of it. Trying to get fresh air blowing into his face to catch

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u/ItIsHappy Jan 29 '23

Imagine fighting to breath 80 times a second.

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u/lllIIIIIIIIIIIIIlll Jan 29 '23

Imagine permanently damaging your hearing to Mo Bamba

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u/DarkHumorDark Jan 29 '23

Imagine permanently damaging your hearing to Mambo no. 5

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u/[deleted] Jan 29 '23 edited Feb 15 '23

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u/MKleister Jan 29 '23

I recall reading somewhere that these low frequencies can damage your lungs.

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u/Zxruv Jan 29 '23

That's the face you make when a friend of a friend who is an aspiring rapper wants you to hear some of the bars they've written.

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u/Lasagna4Brains Jan 29 '23

He looks concerned for his own safety, tbh.

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u/mwerichards Jan 29 '23

Yeah that's the face of a man who is realizing that he's slowly losing his hearing. That said why no ear plugs at the very least? Shessh.

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u/DrKnow-it-all Jan 29 '23

Earplugs do nothing against low frequencies. Soundwaves this low go straight through your skull.

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u/reflectiveSingleton Jan 29 '23

And also, low sound wave frequencies are a LOT safer for your eardrums.

Not saying whats in the vid is safe...but just saying, there's a big reason these guys can sit in that car with that shit playing so loud and not instantly feel pain.

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u/jamminclam Jan 29 '23

This reminds me of the one and only time I sat in a car with horrible bass. The vibrations were so big it messed with my lungs ability to expand. Scared me so much not being able to catch a breath.

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u/Vorpal_Bunny19 Jan 29 '23

Similar experience, except to add that I needed to poo very much badly. Clenching your sphincter while trying to catch a gasp of O2 is wild.

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u/Doctor_Deepfinger Jan 29 '23

Pretty much how everyone feels being in a car with a 300-decibel sound system.

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u/PM_ur_Rump Jan 29 '23

That's far louder than a nuclear bomb with your ear pressed to it.

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u/TryptamineTravie Jan 30 '23

I don’t think the SUN is 300 db. Folks really have a hard time wrapping their minds around db and logarithmic scales.

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u/Ordinary_Rabbit Jan 29 '23

MUST. NOT. SHOW. ANY SIGN. OF WEAKNESS

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u/TarondorIX Jan 29 '23

Ears have exited the room

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u/CWMA3 Jan 29 '23

WHAT?!

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u/Conspicuous_Plant Jan 30 '23

EARS HAVE EXITED THE ROOM

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u/rob_maqer Jan 30 '23

tinnitus

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u/Send_Your_Noods_plz Jan 30 '23

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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u/Used_Fix6795 Jan 30 '23

CHEERS HAS EXCITED THE TOMB?? I DON'T KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS!!

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u/alangerhans Jan 29 '23

They're just cosmetic now

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u/DennisMoves Jan 29 '23

Went to a "Bodies" exhibit many moons ago... Got stuck on the ear bone display. Tiny ass little bones that rattle around in our heads make us hear. Now I protect my hearing a little more than I did before seeing that.

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u/ExcitementOrdinary95 Jan 29 '23 Evil Cackle

This is great. Passenger doesn’t look comfortable at all. Probably feels lile the woofer’s low bass soundwaves are reorganizing his body’s atomic structure. I can relate to the experience. Airbag from PIZZA & BOOTY might have been a lifesaver.

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u/KitchenDepartment Jan 29 '23

That feeling when the bass starts hurting in other parts of the body than the ears.

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u/thedudefromsweden Jan 29 '23

You can pretty easily get nauseous from low frequency vibrations, I guess it fucks up the balance system in the ear somehow. I bet that's how that guy was feeling.

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u/PianoManGidley Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

I was at a lecture being given by an actor about voice acting. He was explaining his process of developing a voice when he was playing Mephistopholes in a production of Faust.

The director of the play decided that he wanted to make the audience feel like the very voice of Mephistopholes was illness-inducing, so he set up subwoofers underneath all the seats that were wired to play subsonic vibrations every time Mephistopholes spoke, so that the audience would feel physically ill as a result.

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u/4tune8SonOfLiberty Jan 30 '23

That feels... criminal?

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u/FatSilverFox Jan 29 '23

He was concentrating on resisting the brown note

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u/Sharko222 Jan 29 '23

PIZZA & BOOTY probably broke his nose

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u/Ac997 Jan 29 '23

Drivers not even affected by it because both his ear drums have been blown since last year when he got the subwoofers. What a stupid thing to put in your car.

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u/garcia_later Jan 29 '23

Throw a table between those magnets and hook up a computer with the right software and you’re half way to a new career as a mobile MRI / parking lot DJ service lmao

“Yeah it does look like a tumor, but check out this sick beat real quick”

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u/Heavy_Schedule4046 Jan 29 '23

Hi I’m tinnitus, I’m getting in with you guys ok? No? Oh sorry, I’m getting in anyways.

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u/Whiskyman007 Jan 29 '23 edited Jan 29 '23

As a dj for more then 20 years Im currently on a long lasting relationship with her as well…tinnitus it’s her name and tinnitus gives me a ear full after a gig , before going to bed & waking up every morning.

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u/PossumCock Jan 29 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

Ear plugs work wonders. I got a pair that go on my keychain, saved me big time when I was working in clubs. Went to a show last night and was glad I had um!

Eargasm

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u/sarcasatirony Jan 29 '23

I wear them in the Dolby movie theaters which is ironic as I’m partially deaf from clubs and concerts and the tinnitus bee removes any semblance of normal communication, so I have to use a closed caption device to follow the conversation. But the seats feel cool!

 

Ninja edit: that was quite the sentence!

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u/ketchupbear Jan 29 '23

Earplug keychain gang represent!

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u/liamnesss Jan 29 '23

Love that high quality earplugs where you can still enjoy the music (arguably more so) are pretty cheap and easy to get these days. I was at a (loud) gig a few months ago and the vast majority of the audience were wearing earplugs. I could feel the bass vibrating my chest, but I didn't have a ringing in my ears that night when I was trying to get to sleep. Best of both worlds.

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u/Senior_Economics1531 Jan 29 '23

And when she randomly dropkicks you in the teeth for no reason? Classic tinnitus.

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u/Suntzu6656 Jan 29 '23

Yeah when they get around 40 years old their ears will constantly be going

rêéeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Ask me how I know

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u/4Ever2Thee Jan 29 '23

Never heard of tinnitus but it has a nice ring to it

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u/Icy-Entrepreneur9002 Jan 29 '23

Bro I tried calling you but all I heard was ringing.

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u/Dutchwells Jan 29 '23

These guys must have had their eardrums preemptively removed because I can't see their ears bleeding

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u/basement-thug Jan 30 '23

It's honestly not the ears at that point.... you have trouble breathing and I'm sure the heart is impacted... It's uncomfortable in a way that goes beyond hearing.

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u/HangryHangryHedgie Jan 30 '23

You can see that in the dudes face! He is trying so hard to not panic.

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u/DefiantDonut7 Jan 29 '23

Pizza and Booty. Guessing they only get one of those two things…

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u/Dadalot Jan 29 '23

So fucking cringy I swear...this idiot living in his own movie thinking he's dropping panties as he drives when really he's just a fucking neckbeard that's annoying the fuck out of everyone

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u/lostime05 Jan 29 '23

Neckbeard with shit literally falling off his truck

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u/Miserable-Access7257 Jan 29 '23

99 Chevy Blazer to be exact

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u/elitegenoside Jan 29 '23

Growing up in the country, and having to deal with this plus truck culture. I don't think it's to get women, it's to impress other men. I had tons a friends be like "check out the bass in this thing," but have never heard "this is gonna get me so much pussy."

I did hear a guy say "you know what women say about a man with a Cummings?" (A Cummings is a brand of diesel engine) and a girl walked by and shouted "he ain't got a dick!" Everybody was laughing. Well, almost everyone.

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u/tomjam91 Jan 29 '23

That's a guy that definitely doesn't wash under his foreskin.

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u/Crafty_Appearance Jan 29 '23

Eat enough pizza and get your own booty

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u/Suspicious-Basil1055 Jan 29 '23

I see these videos all the time. What is the point? Your car falls apart and you can't even actually listen to the song

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u/Octavus Jan 29 '23 Bravo!

The point is to attract Shai-Hulud.

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u/TuffManJoens Jan 29 '23

Walk without rythm.

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u/AllEncompassingThey Jan 29 '23

...and you won't attract the worm.

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u/Broddit5 Jan 29 '23

bless the maker and his water

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u/CptFlatfoot Jan 30 '23

Bless the coming and going of Him

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u/VektorOfCrows Jan 29 '23

may His passage cleanse the world

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u/krunz Jan 29 '23

d.e.s.e.r.t.p.o.w.e.r

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u/perldawg Jan 29 '23

i like to broadcast my douchebagginess to as large an audience as possible at all times

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u/Electronic_Ad4560 Jan 29 '23

I had to watch these two idiots for way too long before the airbag happened

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u/TheNotSoGreatPumpkin Jan 29 '23 Vibing

I felt kind of trapped.

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u/dhlock Jan 30 '23

So did his passenger

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u/Fast-Ad-9879 Jan 29 '23

i fr hate the people that drive down the street doing this

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u/Star-K Jan 29 '23

It sounds like shit too

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u/gophergun Jan 29 '23

Yeah, I can appreciate a high quality sound system as much as the next guy, but that involves the entire spectrum of audible sound, not just the bottom 200Hz.

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u/swaggyxwaggy Jan 29 '23

Sometimes it shakes my apartment. Like damn that must hurt their ears

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u/Busy-Negotiation1078 Jan 29 '23

all I hear is their stupid license plate bracket buzzing

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u/WasherDryerCombo Jan 29 '23

This is no joke probably my biggest pet peeve ever

Makes my skin crawl and you just look like a douche

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u/JJGIII- Jan 29 '23

This is less interesting af and more facepalm af.

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u/ModOverlords Jan 29 '23

Dude definitely gets more pizza than ass

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u/laughguy220 Jan 30 '23

You mean it's not their names? I figured the driver was Pizza, and the uncomfortable looking passenger was Booty.

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u/Aldous_Hoaxley Jan 29 '23

This belongs on r/IdiotsInCars

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u/tequilamockingbird37 Jan 29 '23

The pizza and booty stickers seal the deal

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u/Kent556 Jan 29 '23

Skip to 0:44 for the cumshot

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u/Insteadly Jan 29 '23 edited Jan 29 '23

Hello tinnitus my old friend, You’ve come to talk to me again, Because a tone softly creeping, Left its seeds while I was sleeping, And the tone that was planted in my brain, Still remains, Without the sound of silence.

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u/Destt2 Jan 29 '23

The sound of eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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u/onguito Jan 29 '23

In my phone, it sounds like lots of farts

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u/DingIe-DangIes Jan 29 '23

People with shit like this are the most annoying drivers in the world

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u/EvlMinion Jan 29 '23

I consider them a close second. Someone around here has a car with a thing that presumably dumps fuel in the exhaust and ignites it. He'll come down the main road outside of my neighborhood late at night, making what sounds like cannon shots every half second or so. It is loud.

I'd pay good money to have that asshat's car put through a crusher while the owner watched.

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u/pfghr Jan 29 '23

I've got a few that do that on the highway I drive home on. Most of them are chargers for whatever reason. Legit thought a shoot out was starting up when one of them accelerated past me.

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u/Flowerinthevalley Jan 29 '23

definitely all pizza no booty

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u/AshDenver Jan 29 '23

Dude, NO ONE needs that much subwoofer and we all hate you.

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u/Panzerschwein45 Jan 29 '23

Naw. I know this dude in Philly that will reset airbags for like an ounce of weed

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u/jimmifli Jan 29 '23

I definitely want my life saving safety equipment repaired by someone willing to do it for an ounce of weed. Does he do brake jobs?

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u/spartz31 Jan 29 '23

I've had farts that sounded more like music than this shit

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u/MrsSandlin Jan 29 '23

My Dad would have popped up out of nowhere with the snarky question, “Did you learn anything?” if this was me.

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u/jmp3930 Jan 29 '23

This has to be the one of the dumbest things people spend money on. Like you can’t act these the music all you hear is that shitbox rattling.

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u/GuybrushThreepwoot Jan 29 '23

What it looks like when you put two dicks inside a giant vibrator.

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u/SloppyMeathole Jan 29 '23

While I appreciate the work that goes into a setup like this, I just don't understand the need for that kind of noise. I feel like people who do this just have a small PP and want everyone to look at them.

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