While the "outta of" line makes me cringe, this guy has some pretty neat videos showing what you can do to live in the wilderness. He doesn't talk, he only wears a pair of pants, and he has a knife, and that's about it. He shows how to make weapons and bowls and houses out of mud and clay and sticks, and I've even seen him make himself heated floors in one of his houses. Pretty neat if you're into the survivalist stuff.
@OneHellOfAButler, is it weird that i imagine he has a wise Australian voice?
@MILLIONSAREDEAD, That's probably because he's Australian. Says he's in Queensland on his website.
@OneHellOfAButler, what's the YouTube video called please?
@Novawraith, it's a series called Primitive Technology. @GunLovingMerican said it in their comment right below mine. I couldn't remember the name when I posted that.
@OneHellOfAButler, thanks 🙏🏻
@Novawraith, No problem👍
@OneHellOfAButler, he refined iron by only using stuff in the forest, if i remember correctly
His youtube channel is called Primitive Technology
@GunLovingMerican, some of the stuff he does is actually pretty insane
You confused a funnypic user too
@orion55, He's a survivalist that builds entire houses and appliances such as the furnace above out of simple things found in the woods. The joke being they will find the remains of things that appear basic while humans simultaneously build highly advanced technologies
I actually started watching him 2 days ago
@Huffman880, I to check Reddit front page
@Orderedchaos, I'm not sure what that means, but I just found him in my Youtube recommended videos.
"Sir? It appears that this guy built a giant flaming weenie out of mud."
First? I don't think I've ever seen a pic with no comments before... did I stumble onto a first?!
@djeejay3, no no no, none of that
@djeejay3, congrats, have a down vote!
@I Am Captain Obvious, @Xenn, I love this community! Lol
@djeejay3, rule #1 of FunnyPics: never. Under any circumstances say "first"
@djeejay3, no no no, not in my house
Well well well...
Since everything is pretty well documented nowadays I don't think that'll be a problem