Who knew that rubber chickens and exhaust pipes were the ingredients needed to summon a howling demon?
Christmas is right around the corner, and while most Japanese people are spending the holiday in their own strange ways, Japanese YouTuber Sushi Ramen went about celebrating in probably the most bizarre way possible: by sticking rubber chicken heads into his car’s tailpipe and driving it around.
▼ “I stuck some rubber chicken heads into the
tailpipe and I can’t stop laughing lol.”
すしらーめん《りく》🍣🍜 (@sushi_riku) December 21, 2016
Oh god. That sound. That sound. That is not meant to be heard by ears of this Earth. Please do not try this at home, for all of our sakes!
Thankfully it looks like they didn’t drive it around any areas with other cars, which could have proved distracting and dangerous. They confined their satanic ritual to an empty parking lot, which is of course the best way to go about these things.
For a more detailed look at what went into the extremely complex process you can check out the full video here:
Here’s how Japanese netizens reacted to the nightmarish rubber chicken screams:
“This never gets old no matter how many times I watch it. I never expected it to make that noise!”
“I don’t even want to know how they got the idea to do this.”
“Now I want to see a whole bunch of cars done up like this playing songs like an orchestra.”
“I could see a motorcycle gang all doing this together.”
Well I guess that’s one way of going about using rubber chickens that typhoons blow into your house. When life gives you lemons, stick them in your tailpipe!