Even though psychologists, Marie Kondo, and your mother might find dusting stress relieving, there’s something about pushing it around that causes most people to curse up a storm. Insert Roomba, the quiet, affordable robot vacuum that magically cleans your floor with nothing but a quick spin if it encounters an obstacle. Youtuber Michael Reeves thought there was something odd about the calmness with which Roomba crashes into things, though, so he decided to humanize the cheerful robot with a little, well, swearing.
The programmer’s video has already racked up over 3 million views on YouTube, thanks to the lovable little robot shouting expletives every time it crashes into a wall. Reeves opens the video with a brief explanation into the new hardware he installed before calling other Youtube stars to lend their voices to the machine.
“Please stop hitting me. I feel nothing but pain. Why would you build me so that my sole existential purpose is to suffer? For the entertainment of others?” the Roomba asks, before Reeves releases it into the wild.