Cutting Random Objects With A Red-Hot Knife Heated To 1,000-Degrees

December 23, 2016


These are two videos of random objects being sliced with a knife blowtorched to over 1,000 degrees. It glows so red it doesn't even look real. Is it real? Maybe it's CGI and everything they cut is actually an expensive movie prop made to look like it's being cut with a 100 degree knife. You ever consider that? "No." Well maybe you should have. Remember: the simplest answer is often the right one.

Keep going for the videos.

Thanks to BinkleBottum, who agrees it's only a matter of time until Cyclops starts his own Youtube channel burning shit with his laser eyes.

  • Gabi

    I think you should read this article:

  • Drew Hubbard

    You should cut bread. Because toast.

  • JannaOfTheLeague

    When he cut the soap, it sounded like I was in Jurassic Park

  • Adibobea9

    I hate myself for having watched that. Plus, the comments didn't even make up for it…

  • shawna myles

    this is how

  • Jason Christopher

    this is how....what?

  • GeneralDisorder

    Ooh! I know. It's how to destroy the temper of your stainless steel knives.

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