Apr 252015
Jamie Oliver Demonstrates How To Cut An Onion With Crystals

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is one of the most popular cooks on YouTube with over 1.5 million dedicated subscribers on his YouTube page. Yes it’s funny took some older footage of Oliver demonstrating how to cut an onion, and expertly edited the sound and video to make the most ridiculous how-to cooking video ever. Crystals? Really? This parody clip has gone viral over the weekend with over one million hits already


Share URL:

Apr 212015
Nerd Creates Homemade BB-8 Ball Droid From The Force Awakens

The nerd world is patiently awaiting the new Star Wars film, The Force Awakens. Fans are already obsessing over the new characters and actors. And it seems there’s a new droid to join C3PO and R2-D2 that is affectionately known as the soccer ball droid, BB-8.

Using magnets and a Sphero, Christian Poulsen created his own mini BB-8 that works surprisingly well. 


Share URL:

Apr 092015
Ice Cream Sandwiches Blended With Coffee Makes The Yummiest Shake Ever

Countless people start their morning with a nice hot cup of coffee. But nowadays there are countless other ways to enjoy coffee than just with cream and sugar or black. But you’ve probably never enjoyed coffee this way as demonstrated by the geniuses at BuzzFeed

Ice cream sandwiches and coffee?!? Why hasn’t anyone thought of this before? 


Share URL:

Apr 062015
How To Make A Matchbox Rocket Launcher

Now that spring is finally here we can all go outside and enjoy the warmer weather. This DIY project by Grant Thompson is a perfect activity to try now that it’s nicer out. With just  a little bit of aluminum foil, a box of matches, and a candle you can make your own homemade tiny matchbox rocket launcher. This cool project has over 7 million views


Share URL:

Mar 282015
How To Turn A Styrofoam Object Into Solid Aluminum

Using a mini-metal foundry, Grant Thompson demonstrates how to turn any styrofoam object into a solid aluminum one. Simply bury your styrofoam object in a bucket of sand and pour your molten aluminum over it. The foam will instantly melt from the heat and the liquid metal will perfectly fill in the empty space. Pretty cool! 


Share URL: