Candy Thieves vs Rigged Candy Bowl

Candy Thieves vs Rigged Candy Bowl

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43 Responses

  1. Mark Rober says:

    Just doing my part to protect the sad and candyless. Ask for the CrunchLabs Build Box for Christmas and let’s build some cool stuff together! Get the Holiday special two FREE boxes at

  2. Dude Dans says:

    I’m glad none of the actual children lost their heads like the test dummies 😂😂

  3. Becca Mason says:

    Mark answering the questions we always wondered, “does broken sugar glass containers taste like sugar?” 😂

  4. OnlyHitsYT says:

    Shout out to the little girl telling her mom she was being bad for taking all the candy. She know that it could’ve been her that didn’t get any candy because of people like her mom.

  5. Jonathan Mayer says:

    Candy thieving or not, that ultrasonic one just sounds like a cool Halloween addition.

  6. theblode1337 says:

    genuinely, to me, a child telling their parents “no, it says take one, why are you doing that?” is one of the most heartbreaking occurrences out there. you are witnessing innocence get overwritten.

  7. O Herbert-Reader says:

    The one problem I see is groups of people might activate it when they are just taking one each. Overall great video

  8. Unnecessary Inventions says:

    So fun to see what ideas made it out of our brainstorm session 👏🏻🍫🚔

    • Pandas and Chocolate says:

      Yes, just like your unnecessary inventions! (I love your channel)

    • RadinPlayz says:

      lol xd

    • A random channel says:



    • Support Ledelsen says:

      You wrote that 5 minutes after the video was posted, and the video is 18 minutes long.

    • Pandas and Chocolate says:

      @Support Ledelsen yeah lol

  9. whoo zie says:

    Bro I can’t even imagine how much planning a video like this is going to need…This is flawless

  10. Victoria Foster says:

    The sad thing is is that I feel like hardly any of them even felt guilty or learned anything

    • Annika Ohlin says:

      Well, I think that for some of the contraptions, it wasn’t always clear that they were specifically being punished for being rude and taking other kids’ candy, so it comes across more like a general prank. These are children we’re dealing with, people whose frontal lobe still has years to fully develop, so they may not connect the dots between taking candy at another house, and now the next house has a bowl that flips over. Heck, it’s not even that clear to an adult! This is TRICK or treating season, after all, a trick isn’t that out of place whether you’ve done anything bad or not.

      We also need to remember that we’re most likely seeing only a small fraction of all the footage Mark has. The absolute “best” reactions and apologies may have ended up on the cutting room floor, for any number of reasons. Bad audio, privacy reasons, camera malfunctioning, the kid getting TOO scared of consquences (like the police lights and the news segment) and genuinely needing consolation, etc…

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