Throwing PAPER AIRPLANES from 165m Dam!
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  • Jo Po
    Jo Po

    I don't know who taught you guys to fold paper planes, but it was definitely a crash course.

  • Alpha

    The best throws are at

  • Sam

    Watching you boys throw stuff from insane heights always gives me loads of anxiety...KEEP IT UP

  • T-Bone Holmes
    T-Bone Holmes

    I'm just impressed they were able to keep the camera on those tiny planes so well

  • RustyBoreBrush

    This is the episode that has made me laugh the hardest. I was either giggling or LOL all the way through......classic and memorable. Ticino is quite the place. I hope you fished the doomed glider out of the reservoir like good little boys.

  • Marcomanseckisax

    Another truly epic competition - I hope to see you folks (virtually) in Switzerland again.

  • Halby G
    Halby G

    Those must've been Australian planes. They flew like boomerangs.

  • X Gen
    X Gen

    That's some top notch aeronautical engineering there boys. Ground breaking stuff lol.

  • TheAdvertisement

    Considering the height and amount of area the dam blocks, I’m pretty sure there’s an updraft that was affecting your planes.

  • Lele G
    Lele G

    Nice, I think you should throw them almost horizontally, not facing down:)

  • Warren Gripo
    Warren Gripo

    That was awesome! it reminds me of the old days 😉

  • andrewupsidedown

    I really had high hopes for the foam gliders. Would love to see a few more attempts

  • Mr. M
    Mr. M

    Surely if you knew you were going overseas to throw a paper plane of a dam wall, you’d know how to make a decent plane... hahaha

  • Trevor Turk
    Trevor Turk

    "I dont have much to beat here"

  • furonwarrior

    Tip: When making paper airplanes, fold the ends upwards to keep the plane’s nose going straight. The problem with paper airplanes is that there is no air foil so it’s using area of attack method to fly which drops quickly at the nose which can be fix by bending the ends upwards to create an upward lift with elevators.

  • Toph Beifong
    Toph Beifong

    The way that professional paper aeroplanes are made is with really bulky wings. The bigger the wings, the more the air current, the further it'll go.

  • Big Boys Outdoors
    Big Boys Outdoors

    I love how these guys are casually making paper airplanes on a 165m dam

  • Son of the right hand
    Son of the right hand

    I really wanna see some more paper aeroplane flying 🤦‍♂️😂👌👌👌

  • Danko Jones
    Danko Jones

    The key to a paper airplane that gets a good flat flight path and doesn't just spiral downward is the tail. Cut the back of the body section with a pair of scissors, from the bottom all the way up to the fold where the body becomes the wing, then flip the section you've cut inside-out so it's raised above the wings. Your plane now has a tail and will fly much more stably.

  • dave zheng
    dave zheng

    i am very proud of your 4.4 mil subscriber achievement keep up the good work