Video: Some fruits and vegetables blow up better than others. A pineapple? Looks fantastic because it sends shards everywhere. An onion? Hell yeah, the unravelling of layers is awesome. A cucumber explosion? Just OK because it gets blown to bits too quickly. Lemons are a little disappointing, too, because you'd expect a better shockwave reaction from the peel. Oh what am I complaining about, explosions are always fun to see.
Blowing Up Fruits And Vegetables In Slow Motion Is Good Clean Fun
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