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A guy named Peter Bamforth, who admittedly has way too much time on his hands, decided to fill a void in the world of trick shots by demonstrating various impressive ways to sink an Oreo in a glass of milk. However, as you’ll see after the jump, an aversion to crying over spilled milk is a necessity to pull these off.

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For the hell of it, someone decided to pit a red hot ball of nickel against a giant jawbreaker to see what would happen. Although it took several attempts and relocation to the inside of a bowl, the blazing ball eventually worked its way clean through, giving us an indication of what it must look like when a volcano erupts in Candyland.

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Oreo asked the creators of the asdfmovies to make an Oreo commercial and the result is this slice of crazy. The power to turn anything into an Oreo goes horribly wrong when a friend unexpectedly walks through the door and, uh, oops, there goes the moon. Don’t we need that?

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What makes for the perfect espresso shot? ChefSteps recently took the time to break it all down for us – starting with a simple definition and taking us all the way through the nitty-gritty of tamping and timing.

Find out how productivity fuel is born after the jump.

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Watching this crystal bottle come to life is just incredible. The Remy Martin Louis XIII cognac bottle is made by Baccarat Crystal and it passes through twenty sets of hands before it’s finished. That seems crazy, but this isn’t moonshine in mason jars. A beverage that costs thousands of dollars probably deserves a special bottle.

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Those who are familiar with the older, infinitely funner episodes of The Simpsons may recall Homer’s snacking binge at the beginning of “Lisa the Greek”. Colorado production company CinemaRaven decided to reenact this bit of comedy gold in the third dimension, using a team of three people and some stop motion editing – resulting in the 9 second video after the jump.

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Enjoy a compilation of kitty kleptos after the break. They fearlessly employ swift, but entirely unsubtle, measures to partake in history’s greatest food.

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Is eating on a rollercoaster possible? YouTuber “DudeSons” decided to put it to the test (with permission, of course). As you’ll see after the jump, the answer is “kinda”. However, as a result, you will likely waste a ton of food and money while pissing off every passenger who is unfortunate enough to be sitting behind you.

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Retired furniture shop owner Izzy Swan runs a site called Think Woodworks where he posts all sorts of woodworking projects. In addition to showing how to do things like build a lathe, he also has videos of incredible furniture designs that transform in just seconds.

There’s a table that disappears into its own carrying case and an unbelievable table with four chairs that breaks down into a single cube. There’s even a version with an umbrella for sunny days. He doesn’t sell the furniture, but he does sell many of the plans so you can build these wonders on your own if you’ve got the skill.

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Competitive shooter Dustin Ellermann pulls off some pretty neat tricks with a rifle, but this one is possibly the tastiest. He wraps some bacon around the suppressor of his M16 and then covers it in foil before firing. The gun gets hot enough to cook the bacon until it’s crispy and ready to eat.

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