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iceland windy beverage

Iceland can be pretty darn windy. When Mark Tretter visited Iceland during spring break, he decided to make a short video to highlight just how windy that beautiful little island can be. While visiting Budir, Mark took a moment to record himself taking a drink while bracing himself against 75-80 mile per hour winds. Let’s just say that he’s a little dehydrated.

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If you recall that horrible commercial where stereotypical ’90s kids show extreme, radical enthusiasm for Sunny Delight, you’ll be happy to know that the company decided to revisit the concept with a 2015 update. As you’ll see after the jump, everyone’s older and the drink has a shorter name, but everything else is basically the same… the pastimes, the dependence on Mom – even the unidentifiable purple crap is still hanging out in the fridge.

Check out the original and the update after the jump.

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beer can burgers

Although beer has long been associated with burgers, the BBQ Pit Boys have developed a Bacon Burger that actually makes the beer can an integral part of the burger recipe. The process involves using the can as a mold to create a bacon-wrapped meatball bowl that is then stuffed with toppings such as onions, peppers, mushrooms, meat chili, and roast beef before being grilled to perfection.

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Needless to say, the 40mm Bofors Anti-Aircraft gun/40mm Anti-Tank Cannon hybrid makes the keg disappear, and you get to watch the destruction over and over again… following a valuable PSA.

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shrimp sword

Isao Machii is a master swordsman, and he recently had the opportunity to show off his skills for mobile carrier Softbank. During the ad, Machii takes out a number of different foods (including fried shrimp) traveling towards him at high speed. Needless to say, never get into a food fight with a samurai.

See Also: An Air Cannon Is The Most Badass Way To Fry Shrimp

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Meet Humphrey J. Hedgehog and his friend, Coco. They are the best of friends and this video captures the pair hanging out in the Cute Critter Café. They have a bite to eat, sip some coffee, and generally look ridiculously cute.

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While Radio Free Europe was on a visit to Chernobyl, they came upon a fox and decided to share their sandwiches with the little guy. Instead of eating it all right away, he chose to save some for later.

There are quite a few pieces of bread and meat, but the fox works at it until he manages to build a five-decker sandwich in his mouth. It is presumed that the fox wasn’t afraid of humans because so few are seen inside the Chernobyl exclusion zone.

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watermeloncasting copy

So, what do you think would happen if you poured molten aluminum into a watermelon? My guess was that it would randomly melt the flesh inside, but The Backyard Scientist proved me wrong.

The result is pretty astounding: the metal found channels in the melon, cooled around the seeds and left one extremely unique casting.

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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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