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Do you know how much food we as a nation throw out annually? About a third, which adds up to roughly 730 football stadiums each year. Since the 1970s, that number has actually climbed by 50 percent. Meanwhile, millions of Americans go hungry each day.

So, what’s our problem? During the most recent episode of Last Week Tonight, John Oliver set out to answer this question. Check it out after the break…

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McDonald’s is under fire for its new Minion Happy Meal toy which appears to say “What the f*ck?!” whenever it’s turned on and tapped. So what the f*ck happened? The fast food chain responded by saying that “Minions speak ‘Minionese,’ which is a random combination of languages and nonsense words.”

McDonald’s also told THR that the Caveman Minion is actually saying: “para la bukay,” “hahaha,” and “eh eh.”

Check out the NSFW demonstration after the jump and decide for yourself.

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After a fake tortilla record video went viral earlier this year, Instructables user UpgradeTech decided to try and make a working version using a laser cutter.

Of course, I was listening to the Macarena when it was on corn. Just sayin’.

Check out the videos after the break to listen to the results…

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Australian YouTuber “The Simple Cooking Channel” has taken to the net to teach us all how to make a Rainbow Piñata Cake that is stuffed, and topped, with gummy bears. The process is described as surprisingly easy, requiring only cake mix, food coloring, frosting, and mounds of gummy bears.

Check out the step by step after the break.

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Furniture design company Yard Sale Project has created this unique Cubrick cabinet that spins open, making dish and wine bottle access akin to a magic trick.

The cabinet is made from wood with brass handles and comes in a variety of colors, as well as 12, 16 or 20 box configurations. It is also great for small spaces, as its dimensions are the same whether it is open or closed.

However, any practicality the design may have is destroyed by the prices, which start at $7,000 – making the Cubrick something you will look at and say “that’s pretty cool” while you wait for IKEA to make something similar.

Check out a video demonstration after the jump.

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Did he not see this coming? One of the spectators did, yet she said nothing. Apparently, he was sober so that’s no excuse.


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Professional Sushi chef Yoya Takahashi from Los Angeles restaurant Hamasaku recently took some time to review inexpensive sushi from 7 Eleven, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Walgreens, and SushiStop. You probably already know where this is going, but the worst of the worst may surprise you.

Check it out after the jump.

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Oh, Rocket, what happened to you?

This poor little raccoon is out for trouble, as you’ll see in the video after the break. First, he broke into a liquor warehouse, then he knocked over a few bottles and started imbibing. Heavily. Let’s hope he was able to find a nice tree to curl up inside and sleep it off.

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Juha-Pekki Perämäki is a Finnish excavator operator with some hardcore skills.

Statoil, a gas station chain from Europe, hired Perämäki to show off his excavator skills for a commercial. But instead of digging, Statoil asked the operator to use his excavator to build a hot dog while Perämäki’s buddy, Antti, stood by and supervised the whole thing.

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While undergoing a functionality test that involved interacting with a dog, this NAO humanoid robot was K.O.ed by a Pop-Tart… with hilarious effect. It looks like a consultation with a toaster will be needed before it can tame the wild pastry. On the plus side, we now know how to suppress a robot uprising.

Watch the full video after the jump.

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