Think back to when you were a kid. Were you one of those curious scamps who couldn’t wait five minutes before taking apart a new toy to discover what was inside? Did you have a hard time understanding why grown-ups were yelling at you about “breaking something” when you were trying to get a closer look at how the thing worked?
If that sounds like you, you’ll love these photos of random things cut in half.
Like you, the Internet is fascinated with breaking things in half. There’s an entire subreddit devoted to it. Check out the profoundly satisfying photos of random things cut in half below – #34 is just perfect.
01. An Old Mechanical Calculator.
02. The Innards Of A Zippo.
03. A Peek At The Inside Of A Container Ship.
04. Chicken Noodle And Vegetable Stew.
05. A Tranquil Looking Aloe Vera Leaf.
06. The Inside Of A Lufthansa Plane.
07. Half A Canon And Its Lens.
08. A Massive Jawbreaker.
09. How The Key Turns The Lock.
10. A Rotary Engine.
11. Deep Inside A Couple Of Grenades.
12. A CT Scan Machine.
13. What’s Inside A Bowling Ball?
14. A 2014 Range Rover.
15. A Deeply Gratifying Tube Of Toothpaste.
16. Photocopiers Are More Complex Than You Thought.
17. A Cup Of Noodles.
18. The Many Inner Layers Of A Baseball.
19. 15 Different Bullets.
20. The Inside Of Many Different Cables.
21. A Hockey Helmet And A Football Helmet.
22. Lego Man, In All His Glory.
23. Half A Piece Of Pyritized Ammonite.
24. The Inside Of A Piece Of Okra.
25. An Eight Ball.
26. A Motorcycle Helmet.
27. What’s Going On Inside That iPhone?
28. A Perfectly Stuffed Piñata.
29. A Human Heart.
30. An Old Pair Of Nikes.
31. A Corn Dog And An Ice Cream Drumstick.
32. The Inside Of A Tree Featuring A Golf Ball That Got Lodging Inside.
33. A Stuffed Turkey- Thanksgiving Never Looked So Good.
34. A Range And Oven, Cooking Vegetables And Ham.
35. A Nissan GTR.
36. What’s Underneath Your Gas Station?
37. The Internal Workings Of A Watch.
38. The Perfect Insides Of A Cabbage.
39. A Gameboy Game.
40. The Original Macintosh.
41. A Chainsaw Motor.
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