Feb 022012
 

Due to some type of medical condition, this dude passes out whenever he is tickled too much. He allows his friends to demonstrate and record as he is tickled, then literally passes out only to suddenly awaken a minute later. As expected, a debate of ‘real!’ or ‘fake!’ has erupted around the video that is shared on BostonBarStoolSports

 


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Feb 022012
 

It’s ironic that ‘American’ car companies like Chevy and Ford are outsourcing more and more of the building of their vehicles to Mexico and Canada, while Toyota, Hyundai, and even BMW are actually opening factories in America, hiring American workers. The line between ‘American’ and ‘imported’ is quickly blurring. 

To bring light to this fact, Hyundai focused on Americanism and inspiration for their Super Bowl commercial. When a Hyundai designer gets stumped on a new idea, the real employees at the new Montgomery, Alabama Hyundai plant sing the classic Rocky theme to inspire and motivate their co-worker. 

 


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Feb 022012
 

YouTuber  is already popular with a passionate fan base, but she just went viral in other circles with her latest cinnamon challenge video. Instead of trying to eat a tablespoon of ground cinnamon, she took an entire ladle full of the spice. Her impending failure is still a shock. 

 


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Feb 022012
 

Michael Garnier is proud to claim that he lives in the world’s largest tree house. Even though it’s not official, it’s an exciting idea, and seems plausible as the enormous 1,800 sq ft home is supported in the air by seven huge oak trees. The video is featured on LaughingSquid, FairCompanies, and TheBlaze.

 

 

 

Here’s a longer video of more of Michael’s amazing treehouses and wood inventions featured on BoingBoing

 


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