This Is What Happens When You Give McDonald's To Organic Food 'Experts'

Video: “What happens when you serve McDonald’s food to some experts and pretend it’s a new organic meal?” ask Sacha and Cedrique. To answer this question they went to a organic food fair in Houten, Netherlands, armed with disguised McNuggets and Big Macs. You can imagine what happens — or just watch their video.


The Man Who Invented The Pringles Can Was Buried Inside A Pringles Can

Pringles varieties are as vast and varied as the stars in the sky: Barbecue. Sour Cream & Onion. Buffalo Ranch. Extreme Blazin’ Buffalo Ranch. But one, single Pringles can exists on this Earth with a peculiar sort of flavour dust and no chips at all — the Pringles can that holds the ashes of its inventor, Fredric Baur.


CGI Footage Of People Falling And Not Getting Up Makes Me Laugh So Hard

I must be a horrible person because I howled so hard when I saw this CGI footage by Dave Fothergill that shows computer-generated people falling down over and over again as they get swept around by a swinging metal fence. Don’t get me wrong, I’m rooting for these clumsy CGI folk to make it through, but I’m laughing at them too.


This Creepy Halloween Ad From IKEA Is Just Perfect, Danny

IKEA, in general, is a frightening place, a bizarre isolated world unto itself filled with sad, desperate people. Sometimes, I feel like I’ll never make it out of that maze alive. That’s what makes this ad from IKEA Singapore, promoting its late-night shopping hours, one of the best Halloween ads I’ve ever seen.


This Is How You Actually Break Open A Giant Italian Cheese

I’m just posting this for two reasons. Because I find it fascinating from beginning to end — I just couldn’t stop watching him prepping the cheese wheel to break it open — and because I just discovered there’s a thing called Channel Cheese TV on YouTube. An entire channel about cheese! I’m doomed.


Some People In The 19th Century Called Brunch 'Blunch'

There are all kinds of dark alternate histories to think about. What if the Nazis had won World War II? What if the doomsday prophecies about 2012 had made any sense? And what if brunch had actually been called blunch?


Paraglider Flies So Close To Cable Car That He Can High-Five Passengers

Video: Daredevil Arnaud Longobardi shows a crazy array of paragliding tricks in this video shot in Chamonix, in the French Alps. One of those tricks is particularly insane: He flies so close to a moving cable car that he could perfectly give a handshake to one of its passengers.


This Water-Resistant Goldfish Pouch Looks Wet But Keeps Stuff Dry

As a kid, winning a goldfish in a plastic baggie at the fair was the best possible prize — until they inevitably passed on within a week to that great big glass bowl in the sky. This handy little Tyvek pouch has all the fond memories, none of the deceased aquatic pet.


Monster Machines: This Electronic Stonehenge Once Divined The Secrets Of Soviet Radio

In the early days of electronic espionage, the US intelligence community didn’t have the benefit of all-seeing spy satellites — it had to intercept and interpret high-frequency radio waves transmitted by the Soviet Union. To do so, the Americans relied on a network of mysterious structures whose real purpose was kept highly classified throughout the Cold War.


All Of Peyton Manning's Record Breaking Touchdown Passes In One Chart

Data Looks Dope’s Max Einstein just made this visualisation that charts every touchdown pass that Peyton Manning, who is now the record holder for TD passes, has thrown in his career. Yep, all 510 of them (so far). It shows the distance of each pass along with the receiver who caught it from 1998 to October 19, 2014.


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