Will It Blend?: Neodymium Magnets (aka Buckyballs)

January 26, 2015


This is a video of Tom the Blendtec guy blending a bunch of Buckyball neodymium magnets (which were recently banned by the Consumer Product Safety Commission because apparently parents couldn't manage to keep them out of their children's mouths). Did they blend? I think so. They kind of shot sparks for awhile then turned into a lump of coal. Regardless, who cares if they can blend, I just want to know if they can microwave.

Keep going for the video.

  • shashi

    Goddam, did he say 40th grandchild? I'd buy the little rugrat a full time therapist. and maybe teach the poor mother to do something other than drop a fresh unit every 9 months. must be like throwing a hotdog into an air-plane hanger

  • Looks like a "Dave"

    If buckyballs are outlawed, only outlaws will have buckyballs.

  • n_a_a_s

    stupidest website since the double decker stupid bus crashed into kipkays living room

  • Kaizer Chief

    What the hell's a "grandbaby"?!

  • TheQiwiMan

    It's a type of piano.

  • Zach Johnson

    Yes! I work for Blendtec!

  • Munihausen

    Nice blender.

  • Tomate Diseño

    Strangely enough WAS wondering what they were up to as the local Costco's got these blenders in stock. DAMN they're expensive.

  • Frédéric Purenne

    Wait... did I just heard him say buckyballs are now illegal in the US? Why yes, GW says the same thing! BWAHAHA!

    Kinder surprise needs to sell adult versions of their stuff with buckyballs inside just in spite.

  • captaindash

    In the US you can have buckyballs so long as you put them in a gun. You'll have to go north of the border to shoot them at a Kinder Egg though (us Canucks need more citizens anyway because all of our children have died as a result of those dreadful balls (and Kinder Eggs).

  • JJtoob

    They are illegal to sell, but not illegal to own.

  • David Gabel

    All because of idiots that don't know how to be a responsible parent.

    "blame the toys, TV, Movies, video games, it's "never" the parents' fault "ever". /s

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