Jelly Tennis: Not a sport, probably not even a hobby. But if you're looking for a really inefficient means of slicing gelatin into long, thin strips, this might be right up your alley.
Otherwise, just sit back and enjoy the sight of tennis rackets carving up balls of jelly in super-slow-mo. The video is the latest from "The Slow Mo Guys," a YouTube channel that, predictably, records various things happening in slow-motion and then releases them to the public.
There's really not much more to say about that. There is, however, this video of a bug zapper working its magic in super-slow motion:
You can see where this is going. Just about everything is more interesting in slow-motion. We could thank the Internet, but true credit belongs to the super-slow-motion, high-def video cameras that made this possible in the first place.