Man Eats 203 Chips Ahoy Cookies, Lives To Tell The Tale (Video)


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“Eat 203 Chips Ahoy cookies!” someone demands of you.

“Ha, yeah right!” you’d say jokingly, though you really could go for a few cookies.

“No, actually, eat 203 cookies in less than half an hour,” the person demands, completely seriously.


Professional eater Matt Stonie, however, would take on the task eagerly — and he did, in 27 minutes and 33 seconds.

Armed with six packs of Chips Ahoy cookies — some chocolate chip and some, his personal favorite, with M&M’s — and two half-gallons of milk, he embarked upon his gluttonous journey and filmed it for the world to see (video below).

“One gallon of milk, 203 cookies. Let’s do it,” he begins.

He makes it look so easy, popping entire cookies into his mouth and devouring them in pleasant-sounding crunches, alternating bites with gulps of milk.

It isn’t until he’s 30 cookies in, at around 2 minutes and 50 seconds, when his expression begins to sour.

“Oh, man, my mouth is slowly starting to dry out,” he complained at the 54-cookie mark. “I’m definitely gonna need all of this milk.”

It’s a good thing he bought two half-gallons, then, as he was about a fourth of the way finished with the cookies and had gulped down a fourth of the milk.

He lets out a belch that “felt good” before bravely moving on.

Stonie continues with little nonsense, stopping only at important moments. He pauses to point out the beauty of the 103rd cookie, a specimen with particularly even chocolate-chip distribution.

“That’s a good looking cookie,” he observes before crushing it between his powerful jaws.

Cookie 119 is a toughie, as he stops to soothe his sore jaw. “The crunchy cookie is starting to wear down at my gums right now,” he says. He adds that his dog headbutted him earlier, whacking him square in the jaw.

Dozens of cookies later, he’s down to the final five. With a deep breath, he plows through.

After the final cookie, a victorious Stonie chugs his remaining quarter gallon of milk, swallowing the last drop at 27 minutes and 33 seconds. 

“Oh, that’s a lot of milk,” he observes.

Yes. Yes, it was.

As frighteningly impressive as his feat was, it was normal for Scottie, who has devoured five Chipotle burritos in four minutes and 25 double-fudge brownies in one minute. His outrageous exploits can be found here.

Featured Image: Kimberly Vardeman/Wikimedia Commons

Tags: chips ahoy, competitive eating, cookies, Matt Stonie, professional eater, YouTube
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Here’s How To Make Your Own DIY Unicorn Frappuccino (Video)


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Have you ever encountered a viral food trend that seemed to just speak to you (videos below)?

Obviously, the ever-changing food landscape online means that there will always be hits or misses when it comes to food trends filling up your newsfeed. Some people loved the whole “rainbow” phase that seemed to hit its peak in the spring and summer of 2016; others reviled it.

At the moment, food hybrids seem to be coming and going like the tide; the Burger King chicken fries seem to be doing well, while Taco Bell’s Naked Chalupa only had a limited time run on the fast food chain’s menu.

And while the Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino was purposefully only offered for a scant few days, the mythical-sounding (and Lisa Frank-looking) blended frozen drink really seems to have struck a chord with both sugar fiends and the general public alike.

Unfortunately, the drink is no longer available in stores, so if you only just caught wind of the magical creation, you might be upset for having missed the small window of opportunity to purchase one of the frappes in store.

Worry not, though, friends, because different social media users have taken to their preferred platforms by storm, uploading a multitude of videos and tutorials on how to make your very own DIY Unicorn Frappuccino in the comfort of your own home.

What’s more, you can customize your frappe to fit any and all dietary preferences; after all, nobody was really exulting over the mind-blowing taste of the Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino, right? It was really more about the stunning visual presentation.

Check out Meesh LA’s DIY interpretation of the frappe, which she deems to be even better than the original:

But if you’re hoping to really hit the nail on the head and mimic the OG flavor, Emmy Made In Japan has your back with her DIY video:

What do you think? Will you try to recreate the drink at home — if not for the taste, at least for the visual and psychedelic eye-candy on your Instagram?

Sources: Emmy Made In Japan/YouTube, Meesh LA/YouTube / Photo Credit: Emmy Made In Japan/YouTube

Tags: DIY, Starbucks, tutorial, unicorn frappuccino, YouTube
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This Vlogger Prepares Elaborate Lunches At The Office (Video)


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Everybody has had that one co-worker in their life … You know, the one that seems to think it’s appropriate to bring the most pungent food of all time to the office, heat it up in the microwave to make it extra fragrant, and then eat it smack in front of your face (video below).

Different cultures have different cuisines, and with different cuisines come different smells, and that is OK. What is unacceptable is taking any kind of supremely smelly food (even if it’s a nice smell!) into a small, cramped space and forcing everybody around you to breathe in the aroma of your meal while you chow down in a professional setting. It’s distracting.

But there are exceptions — for badass women, apparently.

Meet Little Ye. She’s a Chinese vlogger who couldn’t care one iota about conventions in the office, and has made an array of videos showcasing how she brings not only her lunch to her office, but all the cookware she requires to prepare her lunch — and then cooks elaborate meals right at her desk on camera.

What makes some of her videos so entertaining is the sheer creativity she has. While many people eat the same, uninspired lunch for countless days of the week (because it’s practical, or easy, or just what a loved-one took the time to prepare for you), Little Ye creates and consumes so many different meals at her office!

What’s more, you get to watch all of Little Ye’s co-workers go about their workdays seemingly totally unimpressed (or maybe at this point just desensitized) by her elaborate cooking methods and lunch meals. Something about watching a bunch of folks just concentrating on their work and computers while she straight up chows down is hilarious and satisfying.

What do you eat for lunch at the office?

Source: Little Ye/YouTube / Photo Credit: Little Ye/YouTube

Tags: chinese food, little ye, office lunch, vlogger, YouTube
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You Can Now Order Pizza Hut With Your Sneakers (Video)


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Springtime is fast approaching in the U.S., which for many people means both spring cleaning as well as spring wardrobe shopping. Soon, the time for winter coats will be behind us all, and more weather-appropriate clothing is in order!

Apparently, no food chain knows this better than Pizza Hut, because not only is it hoping to infiltrate your wardrobe, its hoping that its brand new high-top sneakers will also help you order a meal to welcome in the spring (video below).

That’s right, Pizza Hut has come up with perhaps its zaniest marketing gig yet: pairs of high-tops  that are called Pie Tops, of course, that allow consumers and wearers to order their favorite variety of Pizza Hut pizza by pushing a button on the shoes.

For fans who cannot afford the shoes, the pizza chain is also offering up a massive discount offer.

David Daniels, Pizza Hut’s VP of advertising and media, told AdAge of the shoes (designed by the Los Angeles-based Dominic Chambrone, aka “The Shoe Surgeon,”) that:

“The bulk of these will go to influencers (and) media, just to create buzz and talk value and we’ve reserved some for the opportunity for a select few Pizza Hut super fans to receive a pair of these custom Pie Top high-top tennis shoes.”

The deals don’t end with the shoes though: from March and into April 2017, customers can order a large, two-topping pizza online for $7.99; usually the same order would run pizza lovers $12.99.

How generous!

Check out the ad for the ridiculous Pie Tops below:

Sources: AdAgePizza Hut/YouTube / Photo Credit: Pizza Hut/YouTube

Tags: delivery service, pizza hut, pizza shoes, weird food, YouTube
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Treat Yourself To This Gigantic Grilled Cheese Sandwich (Video)


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If there ever were a rainy-day comfort food of our childhoods, it would most certainly be grilled cheese.

At first glance, assembling one is easy: All you need is bread, some kind of fat (like oil or butter) and a few slices of your preferred cheese to whip up an oozy, warm and delightfully cozy treat to munch the afternoon away with.

Of course, there are a million variations on the staple. Some people dress their grilled cheese up with extra toppings; some like theirs spicy. There was even a trend a while back of rainbow grilled cheese that hit the web.

But none has ever been as impressive as this ginormous grilled cheese from the HellthyJunkFood YouTube channel (video below).

JP and Julia, who run the channel, posted a DIY video that will help you assemble the largest and most epic grilled cheese sandwich of your life.

We know you want to.

“I beg all of you wonderful people out there to try this at home because at the end of the day you’ll learn how to make your own white bread, which is pretty impressive,” reads the description on the video.

First, JP and Julia teach you how to make a massive loaf of bread using flour, sugar, salt, yeast and a standing mixer.

Once your pouffy dough is ready, you divide it into two, let it rise, and bake that sucker until it turns into your two slices of bread.

We think you know what comes next: the buttering of the bread, and then the cheese. Place that sucker on a skillet (you may have to use the microwave or oven to properly “grill” a sandwich this big) and voila! Your very own gigantic sandwich.

Check out the video (below):

Sources: Hellthy Junk Food/YouTube / Photo Credit: Hellthy Junk Food/YouTube

Tags: DIY, grilled cheese, hellthy junk food, sandwich, YouTube
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Here’s How To Make Spooky Glow-In-The-Dark Pie (Video)


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It’s never too early to spook-ify your life up in preparation for Halloween.

If there’s one dessert that seems to hold up during every season, it might just be pie.

You can make an autumn-themed and cozy pie by filling it with pumpkin flavors; during the holiday season, there’s nothing more winter-appropriate than a cozy mince pie enjoyed with family. When spring comes, strawberry rhubarb seems appropriate; and during summer we’re all about some summer peach pie enjoyed after a barbecue!

But you know what’s been lacking in pie? A Halloweeny quality — an ability to glow in the dark, to be specific. Until now.

Pie maker and creative filmmaker extraordinaire, Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin, runs a blog called Pies Are Awesome, and she has come up with an amazing method that allows you to make a delicious pie, and then get it to glow in the dark.

Essentially, you just need tonic water, which has luminescent properties, and boil it with some agar-agar. The result? A super amazing gel that you can pipe into your pie crust to make it glow, baby, glow!

Interested? Check out the video on YouTube (below):

Sources: Pies Are Awesome, Pies Are Awesome/YouTube / Photo Credit: Pies Are Awesome/YouTube

Tags: dessert, glow in the dark, pie, pies are awesome, YouTube
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Chris Pratt Is The Worst Fish Chef Ever (Video)


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Okay. This is something different.

Actor Chris Pratt is known for many of his achievements — he’s a successful movie star, a lovable and goofy character on “Parks and Recreation,” a doting father and husband (married to actress Anna Faris) and a generally good dude in Hollywood.

He is not, however, a particularly good chef.

Vanity Fair posted a video (below) to its YouTube channel on Jan. 3, 2017, titled: “Chris Prat Cleans and Guts A Fish.” Why Chris Pratt decided he needed to demonstrate his sea bass-slaughtering abilities for the masses isn’t necessarily ever explained; what is shown, however, is how miserably he fails at achieving his end goal.

Thankfully, the video does not document Pratt catching the fish, and the fish is mercifully already deceased before he takes his knife to the animal and begins the ultimate clumsy hack job, narrating throughout the whole video as though he knows what he is doing (while clearly, he does not have a clue).

Animal activists out there, or those who get squeamish and uncomfortable while viewing imagery of other living creatures being cut into and exploited for humorous purposes: this video is not for you.

However, if you want to watch Pratt fumble his way through the cleaning and gutting of a bass while lakeside in California, make sure to check out the full video of the debacle (below):

Sources: Vanity Fair/YouTube / Photo Credit: Vanity Fair/YouTube

Tags: chris pratt, fish gutting, fish industry, vanity fair, video, YouTube
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Watch These Adorable Kids Taste 100 Years Of Candy (Video)


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There is something so cute about watching little kids discover different tastes and foods for the very first time.

If you are a fan of Bon Appetit’s YouTube channel, you may have noticed that it has been posting videos of children trying different kinds of cuisines or foods over 100-year periods: for instance, videos of kids trying 100 years of Christmas desserts, 100 years of Thanksgiving dishes, 100 years of airplane foods, and 100 years of sandwiches are all up to view on their feed.

On Dec. 14, Bon Appetit posted a video of kids trying 100 years of candy, and it is so, so cute and fun to watch their reactions!

“Kids try an assortment of popular candies from the 1920s until today, including Jujyfruits, salted nut rolls, Pop Rocks, Big League Chew, Gushers, and More,” reads the video description.

Check out the video (below):

Have you tried any of these candies?

Sources: Bon Appetit/YouTube / Photo Credit: Bon Appetit/YouTube

Tags: 100 years of candy, bon appetit, candy, video, YouTube
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Gordon Ramsay Is Offering Master Cooking Classes


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While it is always entertaining to see celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay deliver one of his notorious tirades on screen, we can’t help but want to learn from him anyway. Sure, he’s sort of terrifying, but he’s also incredibly talented and has proven himself time and again to actually be a big sweetheart underneath all that bravado.

Now, Chef Ramsay is actually giving us all a chance to learn all of his best techniques — and we don’t even need to get screamed at on television to be taught by him! For $90, you can take an online class that has more than 15 lessons covering everything you need to know to become a Master Chef just like Ramsay.

“This is Gordon Ramsay like you’ve never experienced,” reads the description on the Masterclass website. “Chef Ramsay invites you into his home kitchen to learn the techniques that have earned him 6 Michelin stars. Gordon will teach you everything from buying the freshest ingredients to constructing unforgettable dishes. Learn the expert-level skills that will take your cooking to the next level. Your kitchen apprenticeship starts now.”

As though that isn’t enough incentive, Ramsay actually promises in the video that his pupils will “…see a side to me across this class that I don’t think has ever been shown before.”

What does that mean? What side of Ramsay has been kept under wraps? We’re so anxious to find out!

“$90 is an incredible steal for these masterclasses. It’s amazing that you guys have been able to bring on such high-caliber professionals. Keep up the good work, I’m definitely asking for one of these for Christmas!!!” one enthusiastic YouTuber commented.

Another, however, thought the subdued but still sassy Ramsay was a little off-putting.

“Not enough swearing 9/10,” the YouTuber commented.

What do you think? Are YOU excited to try Ramsay’s cooking classes?

Check out the trailer for the classes (below):

Sources: Masterclass/YouTube, Masterclass / Photo Credit: Gordon Ramsay/Facebook

Tags: cooking school, culinary, gordon ramsay, master class, YouTube
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How To Make The Thanksgiving Sandwich From ‘Friends’ (Video)


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Have you ever heard of the YouTube channel Binging with Babish?

Run by Andrew Rea, the channel essentially posts videos of recipes that were inspired by foods or dishes in popular television shows and feature films. If you ever saw something on an episode of your favorite show and thought to yourself, “Dang. I would kill to eat that,” then you might want to head over to his channel — he might already have a video up showing you how!

We are most excited, however, about his brilliant decision to recreate Monica Geller’s famous “Moistmaker” Thanksgiving sandwich from an episode of the hit TV sitcom Friends.

Do you remember the Moistmaker? Basically, Monica assembled it out of stolen leftovers, and it famously landed Ross in anger management classes.

You’ll have to actually watch the episode to find out Ross’ ultimate fate, but until then, check out Rea’s video as it shows you just how you can make your own Moistmaker replica for yourself (below):

Sources: Andrew Rea/YouTube / Photo Credit: Screenshot via Andrew Rea/YouTube

Tags: &friends, andrew rea, moistmaker, thanksgiving sandwich, YouTube
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This Beer Lover Made A Koozie Out Of Pizza (Video)


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Koozies are great. They keep your hand from getting hypothermia while gripping a cold beer. But there’s one problem: you can’t eat them. And this is America, where absolutely everything should serve the dual purpose of its original function and the ability to be ingested.

Food blogger The Vulgar Chef saw the glaring koozie issue and nobly decided to do something about it — by creating the edible pizza koozie (video below).

He calls it “completely ridiculous, totally inconvenient, but still delicious.”

The inventive drinker begins by brushing a sheet of pizza dough with olive oil. He then gives the dough a generous sprinkling of miniature pepperonis and a shower of mozzarella. (No sauce. That comes later to avoid a gloppy mess.)

It looks a whole lot like a thin-crust pizza — until the unexpected happens. The chef folds the pizza over in half, lays yet more pepperoni and “Italian spices” over the top and flattens it with a rolling pin. 

He wraps his PBR tallboy in a protective layer of aluminum foil. Then he wraps it again, this time with the pizza, so the pepperoni is on the outside. Surprisingly, only a couple of pepperonis fall off the dough when he rolls it around the beer.

Next, the massive pizza log is squeezed into a larger can, a ring of dough peaking out over the top. Into the oven it goes, and out it comes a golden brown.

When the bake is complete, the chef cracks open his pizza-wrapped beer, takes a swig and plucks off a cheesy bite of pizza, which he dunks into a crafty beer-can container of pizza sauce.

He chews, he sips. He appears satisfied — and somewhat as though he has never seen cheese before.

Whether you opened this story feeling skeptical or electrified, you’ve got to admit that this guy knows what he wants and goes for it in the most creative of ways. 

The poozie, kizza, pizza koozie or whatever you so wish to christen it has arrived on planet earth. And it’s ready to make your dreams of holding pizza and beer in the same hand (and eating koozies, I guess) come true at last.

Source: The Vulgar Chef/YouTube / Photo credit: The Vulgar Chef/YouTube

Tags: Beer, koozie, Pizza, YouTube
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This Husband And Wife’s Sandwich Exchange Is #Goals (Video)


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This is #goals, ya’ll.

You may think your relationship is on course, but after seeing this video (below), it’s clear that the bar has just been set a level higher.

YouTube channel Make Sense posted a video on Sept. 21 called, “Her husband forgot to bring lunch.”

Essentially, it’s just a video of a woman passing on a sandwich to her husband, who is in his car and preparing to go to the office.

It’s the method of sandwich-passing that has earned the video more than 1.5 million views as of Sept. 27, though.

Watch as this remarkable lady casually tosses her husband a sandwich… out of a window, and down through the moon roof of his car directly into his hungry, thankful hands:

Source: Make Sense/YouTube / Photo credit: LA Tasters

Tags: funny, relationship goals, sandwich toss, YouTube
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This Food Vlogger Tried The World’s Spiciest ‘Death Noodles,’ And It Didn’t End Well (Video)


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You may consider yourself a fan of spicy foods, but one YouTuber is taking it to the next level — a level so intense, in fact, that the amount of spice he consumed caused him to go temporarily deaf (video below).

Yes, really.

Meet Ben Sumadiwiria, a Berlin-based food vlogger who recently took a trip to Jakarta, and posted a video to his YouTube channel Awesome Eats which shows him inhaling a plate of noodles.

The dish, nicknamed “Death Noodles” in the video, is so-named due to the staggering 100 bird’s eyes chilis that go into making just a single plate. For context, that ranks 20 million points on the Scoville scale, which is used to measure heat and spice; for further context, that is 17.8 million more points than the world’s hottest chili, the Carolina Reaper, scores.

So, are you wondering why, exactly, Sumadiwiria decided it would be a good idea to try this dish, and record the attempt? Probably. But he never really tells you. Instead, he’s just documented the entire experience for our morbid curiosity.

You’re probably not surprised to hear that it didn’t go well; after eating the dish, Sumadiwiria is seen sweating, cursing, and even claims that he went temporarily deaf. Cold water and soothing milkshakes didn’t help to assuage the burn, either.

Watch the entire experience happen below:

Sources: Awesome Eats/YouTube / Photo credit: Kimchi Mom

Tags: chili, death noodles, spicy, vlogger, YouTube
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What Happens When You Pour Sulfuric Acid On A Big Mac? Watch This To Find Out (Video)


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Have you been spending your days wondering what, exactly, would happen if you poured sulfuric acid on a Big Mac (video below)?

Probably not, but a video posted to Let’s Melt This’ YouTube channel answers that question anyway.

The channel, which is dedicated to melting all sorts of items for curious viewers has put the McDonald’s classic burger to the test, and the results? Well, see for yourself in the video below:

Sources: Let’s Melt This/YouTube / Photo credit: Let’s Melt This/YouTube via Unilad

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Relax And Unwind With These Super Soothing Silent Cooking Videos (Video)


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If you have ever plugged your nose or closed your eyes while eating, you know that food is about more than just taste. There is a reason that fancy restaurants put so much time and effort into plating their food and the sound of a sizzling pan is so appealing.

That was the concept behind Cooper Nelson’s new YouTube channel, “Silently Cooking.” Nelson believes that the best food experiences can sometimes come from focusing on the sensory aspects of the food itself, rather than the hubbub of modern life (video below).

Silently Cooking is a series of cooking videos entirely devoid of talking. Instead, Nelson allows viewers to listen (and watch the food itself), creating a unique and incredibly appealing atmosphere.

When asked about the videos, Nelson said, “I wanted the Natural Sound to help drive the video. Something people can maybe learn a little something from, but, more importantly, something that just looked and sounded good.”

While we’re not quite ready to give up our current favorite YouTube cooking channels and the witty banter of the videos’ hosts, we must admit that there’s something to be said for listening to the food itself. Watch some of Nelsons videos below, and then decide for yourself!

Source: Grub Street / Photo credit: Silently Cooking/YouTube

Tags: Cooper Nelson, Silently Cooking, video, YouTube
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Watch Gordon Ramsay Teach You How To Make Perfect Scrambled Eggs (Video)


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Just like with rice, it seems there are an endless amount of different techniques out there of how to cook scrambled eggs (video below).

So if you’re going to defer to anybody, why not Chef Gordon Ramsay, whose Youtube tutorial has garnered up almost 16 million views since being uploaded in March 2011?

“I think there’s about 15 million people online who have [watched] that scrambled eggs video. And it transforms the way you eat eggs. Incredible,” Chef Ramsay shares with Popsugar.

“It’s a kind of rich, sumptuous way to eat scrambled eggs even for dinner, even with all the steps. It’s just delicious on sourdough bread. My video, with 15 million downloads on YouTube, I burn the f*cking toast. I’m not so far down my backside. I make mistakes. I just start again. It’s funny. I’m so into my scrambled eggs, focusing away. Fire alarm is going off and I burn my toast.”

Check out the celebrated chef’s unconventional — but undeniably masterful — method below:

Sources: Popsugar, The Daily/Youtube / Photo Sources: Pickyin

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Watch Gordon Ramsay And Julia Child Face Off In A Culinary Rap Battle (Video)


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Have you ever found yourself wondering who would win in a rap-battle between culinary icons Gordon Ramsay and Julia Child? (video below)

If you answered, “yes!” then not only are you not alone (which is kind of weird) but you now have the ability to watch it all unfold online.

Thanks to the work of the team at YouTube channel “Epic Rap Battles of History”, a 3-minute music video exists which depicts the notoriously passionate Gordon Ramsay voicing off against the late queen of cooking shows, Julia Child. And it gets heated.

If I’m being honest, the most arresting aspects of this video stem from the two actors’ mostly spot-on accent imitations. On first view, none of the video’s visuals or lyrics resonated with me because my reaction to Child’s and Ramsay’s voice-likenesses hitting me in sing-song was so primary: they nailed their impressions.

Check out the video below for yourself:

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Source: ERB/Youtube / Photo credit: ERB/Youtube

Tags: parody, YouTube
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Watch This YouTuber Blow Up A Watermelon In Slo-Mo


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DIY celebrity YouTuber “CrazyRussianHacker” is known online for his constant vlogging of his unique experiments (video below). 

A few weeks ago, he taught the internet how to make liquid nitrogen ice cream, as reported by Food Beast. In continuation of his summer food theme, the YouTube star and several friends took a watermelon, stuffed it with a mortar (which is a powerful kind of firework)— and then blew it up.

Just for some flair, they documented the entire thing — from his repeated failed attempts to the final, pulpy red explosion — in slow motion.

Check out the video below:

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Sources: Foodbeast, CrazyRussianHacker/YouTube / Photo credit: Mashable

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McDonald’s Employee Trashes The Restaurant After Being Fired (Video)


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A new video of a man having a full blown melt down in a McDonald’s in Saint Paul, Minnesota, is making its way around the internet. 

The video, which was uploaded by Abelaj50, features a McDonald’s employee destroying the restaurant’s propery after being fired. He scattered trays, cups, straws, ketchup and broke glass.

Entitled ‘McDonald’s Employee Gets Fired & Goes Crazy In St. Paul, MN,’ the video now has about 72,000 views. “Man, I don’t know what is going on,” one customer said to the camera.

The disgruntled man swore throughout the video, even when he was out of sight. “You treat me like s***, I get treated like s***!… B**** give me my f****** pay! I was nice to you b****!’”

Another employee told him, “You need to leave. Please, just leave.” After pushing over a metal container, the fired man replied “Shut the f*** up. Pay for that.”

Eventually the man left, taking his coat with him. 

In a statement released through McDonald’s Twin Cities Co-Op PR team, Courtney Henry, the owner and operator of that McDonald’s said, “We regret the personal dispute that unfolded in our restaurant between two of our employees.”  

“The conduct shown in the video is unacceptable and we have taken appropriate action. The well-being of our customers and employees remains McDonald’s top priority, and we apologize to our customers who were in the restaurant at that time.”

No one in the video has been identified.

Source: Daily MailYouTube Image via YouTube

Tags: mcdonald's, Viral Video, YouTube
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