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This Guy Modified His Roomba To Scream And Curse When It Bumps Into Things and I Can’t Stop Laughing

I need to immediately find someone that can do this to my Roomba-style vacuum!!

Actually, I need to GET a Roomba-style vacuum, and then I need to find someone who can do this to the vacuum!!

Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube

Michael Reeves — henceforth known as “the genius” — was able to trick out his Roomba vacuum to where it screams and swears cursie words when it bumps into things — kinda like I do when I bump my knee into a table. LOL!!

Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube

Usually, people want their vacuums more quiet and efficient, but not THIS genius!!

Michael, who has freaking 5.7 MILLION subscribers, is a technology YouTuber — so he knows how to mess with things and make them cooler. He is known for his potty-mouth and his robots.

Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube

Sure, the robots are usually pretty pointless, but they are freaking robots.

I can’t even DRAW a robot, let alone build one.

See. I told you.

So, Michael, at the request of his YouTube followers, used his powers of awesomeness to create a Roomba vacuum that is, let’s face it, quite hilarious.

Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube

He seems less than enthusiastic when he says, “I hate every single one of you” at the beginning of his Roomba vacuum video.

Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube

BUT, he goes ahead and makes the cursing Roomba.

First, he tries it out on his roommates. They seem less than enamored with the little screaming vacuum.

Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube
Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube

Then he decides to take it to his local TARGET to get some real-life market research.

Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube

Some people seem amused, some people — like the TARGET manager — don’t particularly seem interested in Michael’s creation.

Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube

Now, he DID create a Child-Appropriate mode, in case you get offended easily.

Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube

This mode DOES crack me up, but it’s just not the same as the full-on cursie mode.

Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube

In the end, Michael concluded that the world just isn’t ready for his Roomba robot creation.

It appears as though our invention is simply too far ahead of its time. The world isn’t ready for the Roomba that screams swear words when it bumps into things and I’m okay with that.

Michael Reeves on his YouTube channel
Courtesy of Michael Reeves on YouTube

You can watch the entire Roomba robot video HERE — but be forewarned — there are a LOT of level 10 cursies.

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