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Weird Al is known primarily for making very funny parodies of popular songs. He’s not know for his skills as a magician, but this video will change that forever. Check out the magical floating orb of magic! How’d he do that? I don’t know but I could really go for a bowl of soup.

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bakery work

Ever wonder what a baker does all day? Well, if you’re thinking about taking up the profession this video will give you a pretty good idea. However, I doubt you’ll be as pumped about getting up at the crack of dawn as this guy is. No matter what this baker is doing (baking bread, tossing flour, massaging dough or even taking out the trash) he does it with a great deal of energy.

FYI, the audio is a little annoying, so maybe find your own music to play while you’re watching it.

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sub stop motion

Stop motion filmmaker PES has released a new video that’s both bizarre and beautiful. It features a sub made from everyday items such as sports equipement, playing cards, googly eyes, shredded paper, and more. It sounds weird, but the result is surprisingly mesmerizing.

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Thanksgiving is a time for getting together with family and filling our faces with turkey and stuffing. But how much can we actually eat? YouTuber Vsauce3 got to pondering that question while playing a lot of Smash Bros. and watching Kirby eat all sorts of stuff. Now he’s got a scientific explanation of how much we can eat, and how our bodies manage to digest all that delicious holiday food.

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This lamb chop clearly has the right stuff.

Indeed, Nikesh Shukla and Nick Hearne launched a lamb chop from the East London restaurant Tayyabs into space in order to promote Shukla’s new book, Meatspace. They attached it to a helium balloon along with a camera and sent it on its way to ascend at 1,000 feet per minute for 95 minutes. At that point, the balloon burst and cut GPS contact with the ground.

The camera’s wreckage was eventually found five months later by a farmer in Dorset. It yielded 100 minutes of the lamb chop’s flight that took it 32,000 feet into the sky.

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baymax cake pops

From the moment I first saw Big Hero 6’s Baymax, I knew he was made to be turned into adorable edibles. The latest dessert to feature the inflatable robot is from Nerdache Cakes: Baymax cake pops! I want to hug them before eating them. Ant goes through the step-by-step for making the treats, and it doesn’t seem too difficult. Well, at least the version without armor doesn’t.

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tiny hamster thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is nearly here, and humans aren’t the only ones enjoying feasts. YouTuber Hello Denizen is at it again and has created a miniature Thanksgiving meal for Tiny Hamster and friends. A bunny, rat, and another hamster sit down at the table and enjoy a specially made, itty bitty meal. It’s as precious as it sounds.

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toasted marshmallow shot glasses

Drinking Bailey’s or chocolate milk would be more fun if you tossed the beverage back out of a toasted marshmallow. Cheri Alberts of The Watering Mouth saw someone post a picture of a toasted marshmallow shot glass and was determined to make her own. She used marshmallows and a heat source and carefully browned the sides of the marshmallow. The insides melt on their own, and all you have to do once they’re cool is pour and drink immediately.

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There are some things you just don’t do, and one of those things is let poor Cookie Monster think your country doesn’t eat cookies. That’s exactly what happens in this video starring the furry blue muppet and John Oliver. In the midst of reassuring Cookie that he’ll be just fine in the UK, Oliver mentions that they don’t have cookies, just biscuits. Poor Cookie Monster may never be the same.

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People who are fanatical about McRib have probably avoided thinking about what goes into making it. That is especially true after this photo of frozen McRibs made the rounds on the Internet last year.

As part of their “Our Food. Your Questions” campaign with former Mythbuster Grant Imahara, McDonald’s is making an attempt to reassure customers with a behind-the-scenes video.

The video also features Wes Bellamy, the guy who posted the McRib picture seen ’round the world, taking part in the whole manufacturing process from beginning to end.

Watch the video after the break and let us know if it sets your mind at ease.

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