Disco ball cement mixer works hard, plays hard

Dan Tracer

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While the precise purpose of a disco ball cement mixer might be difficult to nail down, who needs real-life application when you have, say, a disco ball cement mixer?

Most cement mixers are destined only to mix cement — a worthy and productive pursuit to be sure —  but the vehicle in the viral video below seems more concerned with properly mixing the end of Donna Summer’s “Last Dance” with the beginning of Bumblebee Unlimited’s “Lady Bug.” It’s got to be seamless!

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The impressive piece was conceived of by artist Benedetto Buffalino and parked in Lyon, France for 3 days. We can only assume this was the place to be in Lyon for those 72 hours, as music pumped out of the specialized party equipment for passersby to get down with their bad selves to.

“I have done better things than that,” wrote one YouTube commenter, to which someone else aptly pointed out, “No you haven’t.”

“C’est fantastique!” wrote another, capturing our thoughts exactly.

Watch below:


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