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Watermelon Survives 45m Drop Test!! | How Ridiculous





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30 thoughts on “Watermelon Survives 45m Drop Test!! | How Ridiculous”

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  2. U could almost compare "How Ridiculous" as the aussie version to "jackass" cause they both have creativity for their shows.  Just without them doing the crazy stunts.

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