If you ever thought to yourself, "Hey, I wonder what Christmas classic 'Jingle Bells' would sound like played with wrenches," then today is specifically your lucky day.

YouTuber user TheBrandoAnderson uploaded this nifty video of him playing 'Jingle Bells' with a set of spanners laid out on the ground. By the looks of it, it's a set of spanners going from about 10mm up to maybe 20mm, but who knew they could be played in notes?

If you're wondering why we're calling them spanners and not wrenches, here's a bit of utterly useless trivia. In Ireland and the UK, the general term for these tools is spanner. If the spanner has an adjustable width, it's called a wrench. In the US, they call any spanner - be it adjustable or otherwise - a wrench. Of course, it's not always the case - some people call them spanners, others call them wrenches.

Like we said, useless trivia. Now play 'Carol of the Bells' with hammers!