We’ve all dissected frogs in science class, but to see what’s inside a Furby, it’s DIY or bust.
Thankfully, the team over at the YouTube channel “What’s Inside” did the work for us.
But they didn’t just start with the classic Tiger Electronics Furby from the 90s, What’s Inside takes a brand-new Furby Connect to a “special place” and slices it right in half in slow motion, using a pressurized water jet cutter. Of course, being the sadistic YouTube hosts they are, What’s Inside pulls the Furbys apart, takes a look at its guts, and even joins these two together, like some sort of electronic Island of Doctor Moreau.
There’s not much more to this video than that, so live your dream of tearing a Furby in two. It’s very cathartic.