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Guy Plays Imperial March On Washing Machine Buttons

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This is a video of a guy playing the opening to Vader's 'Imperial March' on the buttons of what is quite possibly the fanciest washing machine I've ever seen. The washing machines in my apartment complex? They have one setting: 'FAIL TO GET ANY STAINS OUT'. And the dryers? Three settings: 'still wet', 'stranger's pubes', and 'stranger's pubes plus pet hair'. I swear sometimes I should just move back into my car.

Hit the jump for 30-seconds of the so, it's come to this.

Thanks to beebs, who one time put all the laundry in the washer and then came back an hour later and was pissed it wasn't clean until she realized she's forgotten to push the quarters in. It happens!

There are Comments.
  • Jeremy Wilcock

    This seems fake to me. Gut feeling and the way he presses the buttons.

  • I wish that was what he had to do to get his load started.

  • WillyPs

    This was kinda lame so I watched another vid that came up in the related vids box about some lame guy in a snowman costume and that was pretty lame except for the cute girls in shorts BUT THEN THERE WAS BACON!

  • Guest

    ah, there are no limits to dvices with sound affects attached to it's images (goes play with phone).

    ~~~ BTW
    What's the difference between the "door lock" and the "child lock"? Don't they both lock the door?

  • brijazz012

    The latter only locks the door once the child is safely inside the machine.

  • qwerpy

    there's no way this is real....there's not enough buttons for all the different notes! unless like pressing two buttons at the same time magically makes other notes or something. i dunnoz. i don't know this washing machine's life

  • Beanhimself

    i once strangled a man with a frenchfry.

  • I'm sure this is a sign of the end times or something.

  • I find your lack of detergent disturbing.

  • JimmyThr

    Yeah! Fuck you clothes, I don't care if you get washed properly

  • I think that voids the warranty

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