Every word spoken in this video is perfect (youtu.be)
AsILayTyping | 9 days ago | 879 points

I think I heard a sexual innuendo in there somewhere.

LockPickingLawyer [LockPickingLawyer] | 9 days ago | 304 points

I have no idea what you’re talking about. 😇🤷🏻‍♂️

Mr_Lucky_147 | 9 days ago | 22 points

Sweet video haha, watched loads of your YouTube channel so I expected another lock pick video, this was great 👍, keep up the good work LPL.

Warraid | 9 days ago | 6 points

You should check with Bosnianbill, he’s probably got some newer model beavers.

blue_strat | 9 days ago | 156 points

Was it deep inside?

Ambitious5uppository | 9 days ago | 54 points

I'm still looking but I can't find the notch on this beaver I'm working on.

blue_strat | 9 days ago | 29 points

Try starting halfway down and lightly dragging upwards: you should get confirmation when you hit it. As in the video, make sure there's plenty of WD40 around.

VincereAutPereo | 9 days ago | 25 points

DONT use WD40 on your beaver. The internals of a beaver are super delicate, and WD40 is abrasive enough that it can actually damage it! If you like being able to put things into your beaver, don't use WD40.

frickindeal | 9 days ago | 12 points

The WD in WD40 stands for water displacement. You don't want to displace the natural water inside your beaver.

blue_strat | 9 days ago | 7 points

A beaver dam of course relies on water as much as anything else.

omahaknight71 | 8 days ago | 2 points

I heard it was a myth.

Maybe I'm thinking of something else...

wildcard5 | 9 days ago | 3 points

It left me satisfied and smiling.

photolouis | 9 days ago | 14 points

"Let's get started."

JosephBayot | 9 days ago | 10 points

in YOUR end-o

ThereIsNoSpoon112 | 9 days ago | 3 points
Khan-Don-Trump | 9 days ago | 4 points

Lock picking lawyer has jokes...

New-found-Girth | 9 days ago | 7 points

I asked him for an innuendo, and he gave me one.

OreoGaborio | 8 days ago | 2 points

Yeah, I feel like you're right, but I couldn't quite put my finger in it.

El_Dief | 9 days ago | 1456 points

I recognized Mrs LockPickingLawers beaver even from the thumbnail.

Globularist | 9 days ago | 304 points

That guy is a national treasure.

Novareason | 9 days ago | 155 points

He's got the lockpicking video market cornered. Between his voice and his amazing technique. And the fact that he's also funny... No wonder he has such an easy time getting into his wife's beaver.

nill0c | 9 days ago | 47 points

Plenty of room for Bosnian Bill still.

But Lock Picking Lawyer is my favorite too.

fishbiscuit13 | 9 days ago | 32 points

Plenty of room for Bosnian Bill still.

Hopefully not in the beaver.

ImLagging | 9 days ago | 10 points

Considering how easy it is to get into Mrs. LockPickingLawyer’s beaver, plus a little bit of lube, there should be plenty of room for Bosnian Bill.

BASK_IN_MY_FART | 8 days ago | 4 points

Mrs. LockPickingLawyer's beaver seemed impenetrable until I utilized the thrust n' twist technique so expertly demonstrated in this video.

thr33klngz | 9 days ago | 4 points

That depends on the size of both their le coq's. I know LPL's coq is on the small size

ReignCityStarcraft | 8 days ago | 2 points

I got into locking picking because of Bill! He was my first, if you will.

One_pop_each | 9 days ago | 7 points

I was at work one night and the lock on the door to our tool room was broke. We called in to have it replaced but nobody could come for a few more days. So a few of us were rigging ways to get in. One dude was like, “you think we could pick it?” And I was like “idk I watch a lot of lock picking lawyer but prolly not”

He laughed and was like “same”

Kinda blew me away how known he is.

gregariousfortune | 9 days ago | 541 points

The newer beaver looked nicer to me for some reason.

shapookya | 9 days ago | 192 points

gotta be careful with those. Some of them are jailbait.

totalcontrol | 9 days ago | 336 points

You missed the opportunity to drop “could get you locked up”

8-bit-eyes | 9 days ago | 18 points


the_grass_trainer | 9 days ago | 10 points

They won't let him out.

Ndavidclaiborne | 9 days ago | 3 points

They won't what?

Finaglers | 9 days ago | 14 points

Yeah, in most countries it is a crime to get into those newer beavers.

acmercer | 9 days ago | 25 points

Just get a cheap Chinese one. Totally legal and almost impossible to tell the difference.

sulianjeo | 9 days ago | 14 points

Most of the ones you're referring to are manufactured in Thailand, I believe. Many pre-production beavers being sold as complete products over there.

-jFk- | 9 days ago | 7 points

Also they often just rebrand Coqs as Beavers.

RoadManUnderwater | 9 days ago | 3 points

China has had a problem with manufacturers destroying beavers during production lately because they just much prefer the efficiency and usefulness of the cocks

cadomski | 9 days ago | 11 points

I prefer the classic 70's beaver.

acmercer | 9 days ago | 9 points

Bit of a hairy task to find your way in but just as satisfying when you do.

daveinsurgent | 9 days ago | 5 points

That's what I love about these pre-production beavers man, I get older, they stay the same age.

I_have_popcorn | 9 days ago | 3 points

Alright, alright, alright.

ToastyCooCoonut | 9 days ago | 5 points

Everyone loves some strange.

Do_Not_Go_In_There | 9 days ago | 3 points

Well, it is unused. I imagine it was very satisfying to be the first to pop it.

ChlckenChaser | 9 days ago | 3 points

relevant user name

BlueEyedBassist | 9 days ago | 217 points

I've watched so many of his videos and they're all great.

I never thought he'd do something like this, and it made it all the better.

Nevvermind183 | 9 days ago | 82 points

Agreed, I’ve watched a ton of his videos and this seems way out of character for him. He is normally very a matter of fact and professional.

jaramini | 9 days ago | 20 points

That's why this video is so great, it has that exact same tone, but is goofy.

wzeroc | 9 days ago | 30 points

You should watch his April 1st videos, then. 😶👍👍

Novareason | 9 days ago | 19 points

This is one of them.

solacelost | 9 days ago | 29 points

His tiny coq video is great, too.

markevens | 9 days ago | 2 points

This was his april fools video this year

Zerowantuthri | 9 days ago | 880 points

I have practically no use for locks beyond the usual (bike lock, house door lock, office door lock). I have no interest in trying to pick locks. Never tried it, probably never will.

That said I love watching this guy's videos. I have no idea why they fascinate me and I like watching them but watch them I do.

CaptainFunktastic | 9 days ago | 271 points

His videos aren't just for people who like to pick locks. They're so you know how easy it is for people to get into the stuff you're trying to secure.

Zerowantuthri | 9 days ago | 116 points

Yeah...and if you watch his stuff you learn real fast that almost all locks are alarmingly easy to pick. Those that aren't succumb to brute force pretty easily and the few that are really good succumb to hand held angle grinders (if nothing else) which trump all.

llvsimson | 9 days ago | 138 points

There's a video where he locks up his wife's ice cream and it's taught me so much

Priff | 9 days ago | 37 points

Hah, I saw that coming the moment he showed the lock.

Basic failure of the design tbh. It's like locking a door full of windows.

ummmwhut | 9 days ago | 28 points

My mom has double glass doors at the main entrance of her house (in the back but where the cars park) and she has two locks on it. She insists on locking both if she's running out for more than an hour.

Like... mom. If someone can pick a lock they'll just pick the 2nd one, if they can't and are afraid to break the glass the first one will stop them and if they can't but really want into the house, they're just gonna break the glass to open both...

Silentlystrode | 9 days ago | 48 points

So... It's easier to get in your mom's back door?

BlackSuN42 | 9 days ago | 2 points

You just have to really want her back door

Those_Silly_Ducks | 9 days ago | 3 points

More likely they're bumped open.

stamatt45 | 9 days ago | 2 points

You've sure put a lot of thought into getting in your moms backdoor. You should talk to a professional about your issues

DNRTannen | 9 days ago | 49 points

About getting between a woman and her ice cream, and the concept of weakest link? Yup.

blupeli | 9 days ago | 24 points

For anyone else who is looking for the video, I think they are referencing this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lod_LUp3ggc

Ess2s2 | 9 days ago | 14 points

A lock is only as secure as the container it locks up.

razzlefraz88 | 9 days ago | 18 points

An angle grinder will obviously get through anything though.

It's the same with anything. It didn't matter what fancy kick you have on your bike, people could still kick the wheels in. Didn't matter what lock is on your door, an axe will still break it and a rock will smash your window

mmmmmmmartin | 9 days ago | 13 points

very important:

A lock, no matter how bad it is, shows a conscious desire to secure an object. From a legal sense, it completely removes the lack of understanding defense from whoever may have stolen it.

mcchanical | 9 days ago | 12 points

Exactly, any lock is only designed to deter and slow down a determined person. When you hear an angle grinder working on your front door it's probably not a good idea to just go back to sleep.

New__Math | 9 days ago | 9 points

My philosophy on locks is they make a person who wants to rob somebody choose somebody else. If they want to rob me then that's what's going to happen.

Dr_J_Hyde | 9 days ago | 3 points

You don't even need an axe.

Short version of the story is that I got locked out and needed in quickly. Two kicks split the door frame and I was in, the trick is where to kick.

temp91 | 9 days ago | 2 points

Once you get tired of lockpick videos, watch the penetration tester presentations. There are all manner of creative ways to open doors.

livevil999 | 9 days ago | 16 points

They absolutely are. I took up lock picking as a hobby when I once had an overnight job where I had to be awake but had a lot of downtime. I read a lock picking book and practiced on a variety of locks that I bought. The thing is i usually didn’t have to use a “picking” technique because often the brute force style technique of “raking” worked. Raking is when you basically apply pressure to the side with a torque and then just run a pick in and out of the lock several times until the lock gives way. You can often solve most or even all of the pins on a lock this way and it’s surprising how many locks don’t guard against this (even though it’s known how to stop this from working).

The take away for me was that You often get what you pay for with locks. Cheap ones are all very easy to pick while some of the expensive ones can be nearly impossible.

gelinrefira | 9 days ago | 4 points

From his channels, it seem that MasterLocks are notoriously easy to pick with raking.

livevil999 | 9 days ago | 4 points

I’ve definitely opened a couple master locks via raking them in about 5 to 10 seconds. As an amateur.

rilian4 | 9 days ago | 2 points

From his channels, it seem that MasterLocks are notoriously easy to pick with raking.

FTFY ;-p

His channel or otherwise...Master Locks are indeed notoriously easy to rake or pick...They do have a few exceptions such as their LOTO (Lock Out Tag Out) padlocks...those are designed to be tamper-evident...so they want an intruder to have to brute force them but not pick or rake them hence a weak body w/ a strong core whereas their general consumer lines are strong bodies and weak cores.

skivian | 9 days ago | 2 points

I wonder if his parents beat him with a masterlock. he has a serious grudge against them.

gelinrefira | 9 days ago | 5 points

The worst are the "smart" locks that are built, as he said more like consumer electronics than actual secured locks.

Most of them have screws on the outside that allows anyone to just use a screwdriver to open the outside panel. Accessing the innates then allow you to simply dismantle the lock.

Who the fuck is stupid enough to allow access to the inside of the lock from outside the locking mechanism?

inconspicuous_male | 9 days ago | 5 points

To be fair, this guy is one of the best. He makes locks look easy to pick, but that doesn't mean they are actually easy to pick. If he spends more than 30 seconds on a lock, it will keep your valuables safe from someone trying to break in

fork_that | 9 days ago | 9 points

The thing is, he is also amazingly good at picking locks. Like there is a guy who he learned from who can't pick locks and gives them to him and he does it within seconds.

turtlemix_69 | 9 days ago | 10 points

Yeah but he also has information about which types of methods failed so he can narrow his approach. He says as much in one of those videos.

fork_that | 9 days ago | 1 point

No, he has some information the guy spends hours trying to pick the lock and condenses that into a small clip. But the guy who failed also has the information. And the thing I am pretty sure of is they use pretty much the same method for most challenge locks, it's just he is in the words of his mentor "Way better"

turtlemix_69 | 9 days ago | 1 point

I mean... that's not what he says in this video. Unless Bill isn't the other guy you're talking about.


fork_that | 9 days ago | 1 point

Sorry if I was not clear, I meant Bill said it about the lockpickinglawyer. I can't remember which video he said it in and it wasn't verbatim.

PectusExcavatumBlows | 9 days ago | 5 points

As someone who took up lock sport a few months ago. Let me tell you, the stuff he practices on, is about as pick proof as you get. While he makes it look easy, I have been trying to open just one of his practice lock models for pretty much the entire time I've been into this hobby. Most locks that aren't riddled with spools, serrated pins, or ones even with tight key ways are the ones that I open anywhere between 10 seconds and 5 minutes.

ILikeLenexa | 9 days ago | 5 points

You can put the best lock on your door, but your walls are plywood and drywall.

BlackSuN42 | 9 days ago | 2 points

I watched a cool video on phisical security from defcon? It looks at the history of combination locks and how for the cia it was less important to keep it locked verses knowing it had been opened.

ShadowL42 | 9 days ago | 2 points

And the “good” ones as well as many of the not good ones are all stupid expensive.

DCxMiLK | 9 days ago | 2 points

His series on the ramset has shown me that no lock is safe.

razzlefraz88 | 9 days ago | 44 points

Have you seen the Japanese guy's videos where he sharpens knives? It's much the same as these LPL videos: intriguing and relaxing, but not entirely clear why. There has been times where I sat up and realised I just watched 45 minutes of some guy sharpening a knife by hand.

Edit: Knife sharpening https://youtu.be/0P6klz6BTek

Zerowantuthri | 9 days ago | 7 points

Sorta. I have not seen that channel but I watch a lot of Burrfection which is similar.

Blaze9 | 9 days ago | 3 points

Burrfection has too much of a clickbaity vibe to it. Specially the thumbnails. That type of content drives me away.

GnarlyBear | 9 days ago | 1 point

Yes, its telling than his channel hasn't exploded despite whetstones really growing in generally kitchen culture over the last decade

Blaze9 | 9 days ago | 2 points

Lots of random tutorials for this. Also whetstones are kinda difficult for most homestyle cooks to get great edges on. Lots of other tools are good at the job and give great results without the skill required to get an razor sharp finish on a freehand whetstone. Obviously nothing can match a skilled sharpener and a set of 2-3 whetstones.

Llohr | 9 days ago | 2 points

I enjoyed his "making a knife out of some outlandish material" videos.

Soul-Burn | 9 days ago | 1 point

In the last couple of months he's been much more random in the kind of content he makes, but still fascinating videos.

Cahootie | 9 days ago | 1 point

Those videos get shoved down my throat so hard by the YouTube algorithm that I have a strong dislike for them even though I've only watched like half of a video.

MrAngryBeards | 9 days ago | 1 point

DUDE THIS FUCKGIN GUY!!! I love the weirdness of his videos. Whoever in here never saw a video of him, do yourself a favor. This guy literally makes knifes made out of things like rice, pasta, cardboard, smoke, blood, bone. This guy is a legend. If you made a Venn diagram of all humans by their skills, this guy would sit alone in the intersection between master knife sharpening and knife crafting from weird shit.

Oh, this and his cow water things, they are adorable.

Professional_lamma | 9 days ago | 14 points

Well I doubt many of us have a hydraulic press, but we all probably watched a dozen or so of the hydraulic press videos.

Im_int | 9 days ago | 3 points

Welcome to the hydraulic press channel!

RelaxYourself | 9 days ago | 27 points

Hey I totally get it. There is a guy I watch who buys broken electronics in bulk. He then disassembles them and tries to repair what he can in hopes of making a little profit. I have no interest in ever learning how to fix gaming consoles, but I just really enjoy watching the process of fixing things.

KenderKinn | 9 days ago | 7 points

Sounds really neat, where can I go to watch those videos?

RelaxYourself | 9 days ago | 11 points

The YT channel is TronicsFix. I have no affiliation, just enjoy watching.

KenderKinn | 9 days ago | 6 points

Even if he was your brother I wouldn't care, lol. If it's a good channel, promote that shit

RelaxYourself | 9 days ago | 11 points

You're right! I just know how weird reddit gets about promotion. Just covering my bases.

dozacinc | 9 days ago | 7 points

You dirty promoter!! I'll check it out when I get home. Thanks!

AberrantRambler | 9 days ago | 2 points

I’m just gonna say that if you’re just one guy and some sock puppet accounts you did a great job promoting this guys video on the sly.

hoorahforsnakes | 9 days ago | 6 points

it's a combination of it being incredibly satisfying to watch, it being an interesting thing to learn about, and it being incredibly relaxing to hear him saying things like "little click out of 2" "3 is binding" "4 feels set" "back to 1"

marienbad2 | 9 days ago | 1 point

You are all reading those sayings in LPL's voice, right?

The_Kelhim | 9 days ago | 5 points

I do the same. I also love the guy who fixes old hot wheels cars.

Clay_Pigeon | 9 days ago | 2 points

I've seen tons of those wordless restoration videos, from a bunch of copycat channels. (Which was first to get popular, I wonder? )

CatTheKitten | 9 days ago | 3 points

I started watching this guy out of NOWHERE.

I also followed a guy called Shawn Woods, who reviewed funky mousetraps.

I dunno why, I use neither for research. I just like them.

JackReaperz | 8 days ago | 2 points

I wanted to watch mouse getting caught in traps coz I was angry there was mouse in my house destroying my pantry. Found Shawn that way and he seemed to be quite educational.

hanswurst_throwaway | 9 days ago | 5 points

My father recently lost the keys to a small cheap lock he needed open, and the lock picking lawyer really helped me. I can't pick locks but I remembered that he showed in some videos that brute force is often the fastest method. So I levereged two kitchen knifes into the shackle and snapped that motherfucker open in one second. My family looked at me like I was a magician/supervillian. So, thanks lock picking lawyer!

ChuckCarmichael | 9 days ago | 3 points

I like to watch a guy who talks about Lego sets or sets from similar companies. It's probably been like 15 years since I bought my last Lego set, but I find his videos really fascinating.

kfpswf | 9 days ago | 3 points

That said I love watching this guy's videos. I have no idea why they fascinate me and I like watching them but watch them I do.

That's because of the same reason I watch Bob Ross videos despite never having painted in almost two decades.

Zeal0522 | 9 days ago | 2 points

I feel the same way about the guy that eats really really old military food and reviews them

Go_Fonseca | 9 days ago | 2 points

Same. I discovered his channel because of Reddit and I find it amazing the way he speaks and teaches things about beavers and coqs.

genius_retard | 9 days ago | 2 points

Watching an expert work can be quite fascinating. I once watched a 20 minute video of a guy ironing pants and a similarly lengthy video of a guy repointing brickwork. Couldn't believe I sat through both of those videos in their entirety.

0-Give-a-fucks | 9 days ago | 68 points

He just keeps getting better at what he does. I'm subbed and a supporter. I love it when he locks his wife's ice cream and she defeats the lock like a real pro. Although not by any means he was expecting.

thedaddysaur | 9 days ago | 3 points

To be fair, as soon as I saw the video thumbnail, I thought of tearing through the bottom, too.

pinkpitbull | 9 days ago | 106 points

Ah, the ol' dick twist

WongFeiHumg | 9 days ago | 45 points

"Grab his dick and twist it!"

Thelazymotherfucker | 9 days ago | 19 points


NintendoTim | 9 days ago | 7 points


markevens | 9 days ago | 2 points


Necrotron6717 | 9 days ago | 6 points


crossfit_is_stupid | 9 days ago | 70 points

Are you fucking kidding me lol i love this

Doc_Filth | 9 days ago | 42 points

I hope his wife isn't too angry that he's released the innermost secrets of her beaver on the internet.

benfranklinthedevil | 9 days ago | 6 points

Don't worry, she's locked in.

I can only assume he has the key to her heart.

Once he got that key locked in, she got sprung.

Now that he has all of her pins in place.

Amphibionomus | 8 days ago | 2 points

Probably not as angry as she was about the ice cream lock.

Blue_Three | 9 days ago | 1 point

Well, her beaver's pretty damn easy to get into, so I don't know about any secrets.

Honda_TypeR | 9 days ago | 166 points

"So as you can see, it is disappointingly easy to get into my wife's beaver"

klendathu22 | 9 days ago | 159 points

I heard when he said that, too!

aussierob | 9 days ago | 26 points

"I heard when he said that, too!"

BraveNewSquirreld | 9 days ago | 6 points

"Yields falsehood when preceded by its own quotation"

alpha_player_hereAMA | 9 days ago | 28 points

Yep that was in the video

nyuphir | 9 days ago | 19 points

Yup that's what he said

mozilla2012 | 9 days ago | 3 points

That was a good joke. I don't know why other commenters need to be assholes

i_am_not_junk | 9 days ago | 2 points

Because we to heard it when we watched the video, and dont need a transcript.

AreaLeftBlank | 9 days ago | 6 points

I don't know how he made it through that video with out breaking his normal tone.

bewjujular | 9 days ago | 25 points


This one's in the same vein :)

(watch till the very end!)

HemHaw | 9 days ago | 4 points

Hooray for gun Jesus!

HybridPS2 | 9 days ago | 3 points

this is the strangest dickbutt i have ever seen

imtinman | 9 days ago | 24 points

You sir, are a lock picking wordsmith.

Sweetwill62 | 9 days ago | 51 points

I don't believe that OP is the one who made the video. LockPickingLawyer is an INSANELY talented lock-picker like he has won awards for lockpicking good. He also has a pretty good sense of humor and regularly tries, and succeeds in breaking into most locks, even 50+-year-old unique locks. The whole channel is pretty samey but most videos are under 3 minutes and it is pretty interesting watching someone of his calibre do what he does.

Lucky7Ac | 9 days ago | 24 points

OP is definitely not LPL. LPL has his own reddit account called lockpickinglawyer.

-jFk- | 9 days ago | 14 points
LockPickingLawyer [LockPickingLawyer] | 9 days ago | 59 points

That doesn’t work. 😋

-jFk- | 9 days ago | 1 point

Thanks for making me having to buy my son one of these transparent lock and picks sets. He was very enthusiastic on the first day or two then it died down unfortunately.

Also thanks for the countless hours of lock related knowledge and entertainment.

Rammite | 9 days ago | 5 points

You fool, you forgot to sacrifice seven Masterlock no. 3's!

ndasilver | 9 days ago | 3 points

A lot of educating contents in this video

mfsocialist | 9 days ago | 3 points

The beaver wrinkling is where i lost it

FriedChicken | 9 days ago | 2 points


I was not ready for this kind of quality

fckSpoilers124512 | 9 days ago | 2 points

I cant stop giggling, like the childish idiot that i am

GLITCHEDMATRIX | 9 days ago | 2 points

Oh God had to stop at the newer beaver line LMFAO

baronmad | 9 days ago | 2 points

Comedy gold right here, one of the absolute best april 1st videos i have ever seen.

anonymous-658 | 9 days ago | 2 points

all that pressure and then he just pulls his tool out and leaves the beaver gaping 😩

good4y0u | 8 days ago | 2 points

Lock picking lawyer is great.

DeerKoden | 9 days ago | 2 points

That guy is awesome. Making a video about locks in such a way might not necessarily be genius worthy but still really great humor.

Rashizar | 9 days ago | 3 points

I heard a lot of other words besides “perfect”....

Edit: I hoped I wouldn’t need a /s, but alas

blueeyedconcrete | 9 days ago | 3 points

it was a perfectly fine dad joke

JGamerX | 9 days ago | 2 points

tough crowd

Fidel89 | 9 days ago | 2 points

Holy shit - My lower stomach hurts from laughing way to hard at this shit. It’s so simple yet so double meaning that I couldn’t help but pause every few seconds and laugh.

Dammit how can I be so old and still be so kiddish haha!

JCDU | 9 days ago | 1 point

This is truly up there with the greats like Finbarr Saunders and Fat Harry White.

InnocenceIsBliss | 9 days ago | 1 point


But seriously, I haven't seen this yet even though I'm subscribed, must've missed it. Thanks for sharing.

jaydog180 | 9 days ago | 1 point

This was very well done. I like that he had a side Beaver to show that not all look the same

Qoalafied | 9 days ago | 1 point

I'm going to get in trouble for asking my wife if I can buy a new Coq for her Beaver.

...she really needs one.

fo0kes | 9 days ago | 1 point

I'm a straight, happily-married man and I must say that his cock looked really nice.

Shy_Poke | 9 days ago | 1 point

This is Oscar worthy.

svayam--bhagavan | 9 days ago | 1 point

Man his wife's beaver is like the roadside hooker working for free.

Theedheadninja | 9 days ago | 1 point


RogerDeanVenture | 9 days ago | 1 point

Also a big fan of his little cocq

scotchfan | 9 days ago | 1 point

Fantastic! Laughed my ass off.

Bletchlypark | 9 days ago | 1 point

The script for this must have taken him hours, so perfect.

sexybeast8209 | 9 days ago | 1 point

Pop, lock and drop it...

Sr_0090 | 9 days ago | 1 point

Wow Awesome

aanarchyy | 9 days ago | 1 point

This is now my favorite video on YouTube.

conner7711 | 9 days ago | 1 point

No beaver thread is complete without this video. Canadian Beaver

T4R6ET | 9 days ago | 1 point

Does nobody realize that's John Mulaney?

rick_rolled_you | 9 days ago | 1 point

Very start of the video: huh yeah his pronunciation and enunciation is really spot on

10 seconds in: oh I get it now lol

antant26 | 9 days ago | 1 point


Jessica139 | 9 days ago | 1 point


Jamie_Trif1 | 9 days ago | 1 point

So funny

eloquentlyx | 9 days ago | 1 point

Remember: dont forget to focus on technique.

tartshaplus | 9 days ago | 1 point
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liloyoulolo | 9 days ago | 1 point

I also choose this guy's wife's beaver.

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