I have learned a lot of useful things on YouTube: How to fix a leaking shower handle, sharpen handplane irons, detach a Husqvarna lawn tractor deck, et cetera. The platform contains many informative and educational videos that I am grateful for.
On the other hand, the platform also contains videos like the following, which are dedicated to answering questions people generally ask when they're drunk. Such as: Is it possible to make a functional spare tire out of just a bare rim lined with lots of duct tape?
Although the end result was neat to see, I found the video just about unwatchable. Sploid's GIF below contains all you really need to see…
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…particularly since the fellows in the video don't even mention how many rolls it took. (Or maybe they did, during the numerous times I had to fast-forward because I was getting the DC's.) The car appears to be a late'70s/early '80s Toyota, with 12" rims and wheels with overall diameters of roughly 22". While they didn't appear to match the sidewall heights exactly, I am curious as to how many rolls it would take to generate a functional tire. (But not curious enough to sit through every second of this.)