Satisfying videos are becoming more and more popular online. Whether it's people playing with slime, or cutting bath bombs to pieces. There's just something about watching things be diced apart in a symmetrical fashion that seems to get most people going.
Polina Bright, a visual artist from Sydney, Australia, took to Twitter to share one of her latest "satisfying" videos, and it has the social media platform up in arms. In a caption alongside the video, Bright wrties: "Are [you] patient enough to watch till the end?"
So why don't you sit down with a drink and watch this satisfying epic?
Oh no. That ending. Unsurprisingly, Twitter is just as triggered as you are by that abrupt ending.
Or someone poking you in the armpit when your having the best stretch!— Trump's Neckgina (@qwiksylvr2012) July 25, 2019
"You betrayed us," one user wrote.
You betrayed us— RisingVoices (@oftheopposition) July 25, 2019
Others were more annoyed by moments in the video rather than the video's ending.
One hero just went ahead and finished the drawing for us, because that's what we deserve.
While another added: "At first it wasn't about patience, but more about curiosity of what the next colour will be, but then at the end, you did that..."
At first it wasnt about patience, but more about curiosity of what the next colour will be, but then at the end, you did that...— 🌈Realwizard🌈 (@mhatter229) July 25, 2019
"Here's the perfect image for you," one user wrote. "I don't know if I have more patience or TOC."
"This is why I have trust issues," another commenter added.
This is why I have trust issues 😭— Autumn Rose (@AutumnRoseCygni) July 24, 2019
Some users even found the betrayal satisfying. "Am I the only one who find it satisfying," one user asked. "It's about how straight the last line was." Another replied: "Once I got over the horror and betrayal, yes that was a beautifully clean line."
Once I got over the horror and betrayal, yes that was a beautifully clean line.— citysparrow (@johaki999) July 25, 2019
One user asked: "Why? Why would you do that? I watched all the way. That was...you literally just ruined my night, maybe week."
And some users took issue with the lines not being perfectly straight.
No 1's talking about the angles, it's not square, what bt the dark line between two bright colors due to two layers of color, even the edges are not even, there is a set of white dots because the paper is not saturated with the colors, the OCD is about finding imperfections, no? pic.twitter.com/wL2Jl7pCUk— watchful eyes on 미라 (@BTSs_twta) July 25, 2019
Why would she do this to us?