THE SPA — If you haven't been introduced to the world of bath bombs, let me just tell you now, they are amazing.
The idea of bath bombs is that they are little powdery balls filled with glitter and essential oils (and sometimes other fun things like rose petals or seaweed). You put them in the water before you take a bath, let them dissolve and watch as the colors swirl. They are perfect if you want to feel more whimsical as you bathe.
So what if you had a 2,000-pound bath bomb?
In this video, which has been trending on YouTube since it posted Saturday and now has well over 2 million views, a group of people set out to make the world's largest bath bomb. It doesn't look like they called Guinness to verify that, but I'm going to give them the benefit of the doubt and say they are probably the first people ever to make a bath bomb this massive.
The video first explains how they created this unusual bath bomb, I guess in case you ever want to DIY your own. Fair warning, their process seems pretty complicated. But once they've got their bath bomb all ready, it's about the size of an actual bathtub, and it's time to tip it into a pool and watch the reaction.
As you'll see when you watch the video, the bath bomb does start dissolving right away, but it turns the water a sort of murky, gray color. Personally, that's not what I'm looking for in my spa experience, but to each their own. Either way, the video is cool and props to these guys for trying something so unique.