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Regular Cheeto, left, and gourmet Cheeto (or possible shrimp tempura), right.
This is a video from Bon Appétit of senior food editor and pastry chef Claire Saffitz's three day quest to create a gourmet version of Cheetos from scratch.
Waffle House noooooo!
This is some dashcam footage from a storm spotter (a volunteer or paid county/municipal employee who's spotting as a community service and not just to capture some bitchin' footage) in Alabama who pulls up to a tornado that c...
This is a short clip from the Chinese game show 'I'm The Winner' of a lady smoking her cohost in a cotton candy eating contest by ripping the stick out of the cottonball and jamming the whole thing in her mouth.
Seen here making it crystal clear to neighborhood kids that his lawn is not to be got on, this is a video of a nunchuck swinging Flash letting his inner ninja shine in the pale gray of a Taylors, South Carolina afternoon.
This is the latest episode of Condé Nast Traveler's Many People from Many Countries Say Things starring people from 70 different countries making dog and cat noises (previously: sneezing around the world and how to say the 'Bless You' equivalent)....
These are a bunch of illustrations by artists Fernando Mendonça and Anderson Mahanski of Combo Estudio imagining Game Of Thrones characters in the style of Disney animated movies (a few of their first one previously seen HERE).
To honor the closing of all Toys 'Я' Us stores after more than six decades in the toy business, this is a video of musician Chase Holfelder performing the classic 'I Don't Wanna Grow Up, I'm A Toys 'Я' Us Kid' jingle in a minor key.
This is a video demonstration of SoFi, a soft robotic fish developed by scientists at MIT that can swim untethered by undulating its tail and adjusting it's own buoyancy for up to 40 minutes, at depths deeper than 50 feet.