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  • April 17, 2015
    This is a video of a red hot ball of nickel melting its way through a giant candy jawbreaker. I remember eating one of those when I was a kid. It took me like six days to finish. You know how many times I dropped it on the floor during that time? A LOT. Whatever, hair and ... / Continue →
  • March 16, 2015
    This is a video of a red hot ball of nickel being placed in container of Nickelodeon GaK. What happens? SPOILER: Some squeaky fart noises, but that's about it. The GaK seems perfectly fine afterwards, leading at least one jerk on the internet (that's me) to speculate GaK is ... / Continue →
  • February 17, 2015
    Because some people get their rocks off by watching balls of red-hot nickel melt through things (previously: an ice block and peanut butter), this is a video of a ball of nickel melting its way through a Rubik's Cube. I'm not sure what the video was supposed to teach us, but I... / Continue →
  • January 8, 2015
    This is a short video of a man in shorts and flip-flops roasting a marshmallow in a volcano while sipping a Corona. Obviously, his mom would be worried sick if she knew what he was up to, which is exactly why you don't tell your mom before you do something stupid. You know sh... / Continue →
  • December 18, 2014
    This is a video of a "professional" demonstrating what happens when you step on a lava flow. You don't actually sink, it just gives a little before trying to set your shoe on fire. But what about the even hotter, redder lava in the crater of a volcano? Would a really light p... / Continue →
  • October 31, 2014
    This is a video of a classical orchestra trying to perform while eating one of the world's hottest chili peppers. They all managed to maintain their composure surprisingly well despite the discomfort, making them perfect candidates for work in my sweatshop. *cracking whip* B... / Continue →
  • February 25, 2014
    Ladies first, I insist. This is a commercial for a Mercedes F-CELL vehicle featuring Hollywood couple I'm not familiar with Joshua Jackson (who I researched and discovered is famous for being in Mighty Ducks and on Dawson's Creek) and Diane Kruger (who I did not research but a... / Continue →
  • January 27, 2014
    Note: Make sure to watch in high-definition, your eyeballs deserve it. Unless you're one of my enemies, in which case your eyeballs deserve to be GOUGED OUT WITH SHISH KABOB SKEWERS. This is a video from Lavapix of 2,000°F lava flows destroying Coke cans. "What's that in Cel... / Continue →
  • August 16, 2013
    This is a video of a guy dropping a red-hot ball of nickel into a bowl of peanut butter. What happens? SPOILER: it looks like a flaming turd volcano. So the next time you ask your mom to make you a PB&J you might want to specify no red-hot balls of nickel. Also, to remove a... / Continue →
  • February 12, 2013
    This is a worthwhile video of a red-hot ball of nickel quickly melting its way through a block of ice from the same guy who brought us the red-hot nickel in a cup of water video. The sound effects aren't as rad (but are still pretty cool) in this one, but it's awesome to watch... / Continue →
  • January 9, 2013
    This is a short video of a red-hot ball of nickel being dropped into a cup of water, and the resulting noises it makes. They're funny. I especially liked the very end, it reminded me of the sound you hear whenever you teleport somewhere. Speaking of -- I can't even tell you... / Continue →
  • November 7, 2012
    This is the $12,000 EatWave, a refrigerated vending machine with an integrated microwave that knows how long to nuke your selection to deliver it STEAMING HOT, like a pile of dog shit on a cold day. I'm not sure if the whole compartment where you pick up your food is the micro... / Continue →
  • September 19, 2012
    This is a video of a guy with balls so big they rival the Death Star standing a scant 30-meters (~100-feet) from the VERY active lava lake inside a volcano. No word if he ever saw Anakin's arm or legs float by. Geoff Mackley, Bradley Ambrose, Nathan Berg, after an epic strugg... / Continue →
  • August 27, 2012
    SPOILER: It doesn't explode :( This is a video from Syracuse University of some homemade lava with a temperature of around 1371°C (~2500°F) being poured over a six-foot slab of ice. Personally, I think it looks like a cheese pizza but that's just me and I haven't had anything... / Continue →
  • May 30, 2012
    Plastic beads, my favorite! This is the Kuru-Kuru Nabe (Round and Round Pot) invented by Japanese dentist Hideki Watanabe using dental plaster to coat the insides of a pot. When water boils inside, it creates a natural whirlpool, gently stirring your (let's not kid ourselves)... / Continue →
  • April 26, 2012
    Sriracha: it's hot and it makes your mouth feel good. "Better than firecrackers?" WAY better than firecrackers. Plus it goes great on anything, including (and I really hope you try this), a lover's genitals. Anyway, lollipop maker Lollyphile is back with some new flavors in... / Continue →
  • February 28, 2012
    Naga Chilli Vodka is vodka infused with naga chillis. Naga chillis are hot as shit. The finished product rates a solid 100,000 units on the Scovilles scale (a measure of capsaicin content). For some references everyone can appreciate, Sriracha sauce is only 2,200 SHU's, and ... / Continue →
  • February 22, 2012
    Look out, Naga Viper chilli, there's a new hottest pepper in town -- the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Pepper. How hot is it? *touches butt, makes 'tsssssssss' sound* Even hotter than that if you can believe it. "That was ice-cold." But I've been working out! The team plante... / Continue →
  • February 2, 2012
    DO IT SISSY! Seen here about to do his best Human Torch, a man prepares to demonstrate the incredible insulating properties of the magical foamy goop he's developed, using a 7,000-degree flame. Then, after his hand amazingly doesn't melt off, he eats some of the stuff. So I ... / Continue →
  • January 26, 2012
    A newly developed x-ray laser at the SLAC National Acceleration Laboratory has been able to produce temperatures as hot as 3.6-million degrees Fahrenheit, or, in layman's terms, really f***ing toasty. Definitely not the kind of laser you'd want to jokingly wave your hand in fr... / Continue →