Shrivel And Die!: Mashmallow Peeps Inside A Vacuum

March 29, 2016


Well, Easter has passed but the Peeps -- the Peeps remain. Peeps, like Twinkies, can survive an apocalypse and will be traded like money by survivors. And here's what they look like after being placed inside a pressure vacuum chamber by the Crazy Russian Hacker. It is much more satisfying than the the experiment with the regular marshmallows in the shrinky-dink vacuum he performed before. This is an actual quality vacuum. My vacuum? My vacuum is a piece of shit and just launches pieces of cat food across the room instead of sucking them up. Now my cats are afraid to eat because they've been shot at with their food before. That or they're striking for wet food only, it's hard to tell.

Hit the jump for the video.

Thanks to Andyman, who wants to see what happens to a jelly filled donut inside a vacuum.

  • Evan Lang

    Most entertaining part of this video is the guy saying "peeps" in a thick Russian accent.

  • Why do people continue to make these videos?

  • Emmitt Morgans

    This is a pressure vacuum chamber, not a vacuum.

    This is what would happen to Peeps in a vacuum:

    How soon we forget, GW... how soon we forget.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I would assume that the negative pressure is much more significant with the vacuum pump than with that stupid tupperware thing. There's no way any of the videos you'd find anywhere are of peeps in a perfect vacuum so your point is... pointless.

  • Emmitt Morgans

    There's most certainly a point: "vacuum" implies a high amount of "negative" pressure, not increased pressure.

    The Peeps *are* in a vacuum chamber, but they are not being exposed to an environment that simulates an actual vacuum.

  • TBozzly

    This is the link that is in the article soon we judge soon we judge.

  • Emmitt Morgans

    Yes, but how does GW still get the two confused?!

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