You might think the life of a pizza maker is all fun and glamour, but it’s hard work. One clever pizza maker decided to prove this by attaching a GoPro to the tongs that pull your hot and tasty pizza from the oven. Watch as a dizzying array of pizzas are pulled from the conveyor to be handed over to the hungry masses. Warning: Watching this video will practically guarantee you’ll want pizza for dinner tonight.

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If Peter Quill had a signature drink (albeit one that’s sans alcohol, because maybe he has to fly somewhere) it would definitely be the Star-Lord Mocktail. It’s described as being a bit sweet, thanks to the strawberry orange juice and pineapple juice, but it’s all balanced out nicely with some ginger beer. There’s also a habanero pepper added into the mix for a real extra kick!

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The inclusion of eggs makes just about anything better. You can fry them, bake them, put them on a sandwich, mix them into cups – the list goes on. Besides being delicious, they’re beautiful. Bright yellow yolks, runny whites – Claire Thomas captures a ton of egg sexiness in a short appropriately titled, “Eggs.”

Watch the video after the break. You may want to go purchase a dozen eggs first because you’re going to crave them.

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The Internet’s practically over-flowing with videos of folks (ranging from Oprah to Chris Pratt) pouring ice water over their heads in the name of charity. The videos are meant to raise awareness about Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), which is also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Because of these videos, the ALS association has raised over $15 million.

Now that’s all good and fine, but things got downright creepy when Wendy Clark, the senior vice president of integrated marketing at Coca-Cola Co., challenged Ronald McDonald to take the ice bucket challenge. As you’ll see in the following video, Ronald is a little too enthusiastic about the whole thing, and to top it off, he challenges all the gingers of the world to take the ice bucket challenge too.

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You know when you’re on your way to work and you’re so hungry, and I mean like I’m-hallucinating-and-totally-starving-hungry, and the whole world around you starts to morph into tasty snacks? In this Pepsi commercial, a commuter gets a hankering for a hot dog, and then he “imagines” that the subway train is actually a giant chain of hot dogs. Nothing weird about that at all.

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Everyone loves cake, even when it’s a lie. Although you may think all cakes are made by a baker with mad skills, there are actually machines that will ice a cake to perfection. These videos show the machines in action, but be warned. They are mesmerizing and they will make you hellbent on having a slice of cake sometime today.

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It’s allliivvveee! Yep, beer is a living thing, and the Sierra Nevada brewing company shot some footage of their Bigfoot Barleywine Style Ale being made in four open fermenters over the course of six days to highlight that fact. It’s pretty incredible to watch the so-called beer monster grow so quickly, and you’ll be pretty astounded when you watch this clip.

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Scott with Scott’s Pizza Tours in New York is something of a pizza connoisseur. He offers tours of New York pizzerias, writes for a pizza publication (yeah, apparently that’s a real thing) and holds the Guinness World Record for the largest collection of pizza boxes. Scott paired up with Buzzfeed to review a number of popular frozen pizzas–I won’t exactly throw any spoilers your way, but the words “cardboard” and “tasteless” come up pretty often.

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Dan Collins with KIKN 100.5 in Sioux Falls heard this strange little rumor that Walmart’s Great Value Ice Cream Sandwiches don’t really melt. So Dan conducted a little experiment and left one outdoors in 80 degree heat for over an hour. Guess what happened?

It didn’t melt–it only oozed a weird clear liquid. That can mean only one thing: It’s a mutant! It’s a hybrid sandwich! No! No! Kill it with fire! Oh, wait it doesn’t melt–never mind! Just run away!

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Manuel Linares, a 37-year-old Spanish physicist, electronic engineer, chef and unofficial ice cream connoisseur, has created a special ice cream that gradually changes color as it melts. The patent for the ice cream is currently pending, but he mentions that the ice cream–which he calls “Xamaleón”–is “entirely made with natural ingredients.”

Folks who have tried the ice cream have mentioned that it tastes rather fruity. Manuel (he created the ice cream as part of his master thesis) mentions that Xamaleón changes color simply because of its chemistry. “Any food can change color depending on temperature and oxidation,” he says.

When the ice cream is first served, it’s purple. Then, a spray (what Manuel calls a “love elixir”) is added, and the ice cream gradually changes to a deep pink in under 30 seconds.

Check out a “transformation” pic after the break, along with a video of the ice cream changing color…

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