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Rosanna Pansino made some "nerd birds" on the latest installment of Nerdy Nummies! Joined by her pal Kurt Schneider, Pansino created Harry Potter Hedwing cupcakes. Step-by-step, the talented snack creator made these little owl-shaped treats and showed us how to make them at home.
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Bissell of Canada recently shot a promotional video that showed the Senior Product Manager of the company using a vacuum to clean the floor of a train station. The man then ate off of the floor. It turns out that this location was the Lower Bay station in Toronto, Canada, which was shutdown after being used for six months in the 1960's. Still, this is pretty gross.
These videos showcase play time between kids and their dads. In clip one, Kevin Shaffer entertained his little one by simply eating Ramen Noodles. In clip two, a dad and his son took the (Jelly Belly) Bean Boozled Challenge.
Pizza delivered by levitation just seems to be an awesome idea. A guy named Dirk framed a pizza box with four small engines and used a remote control to steer the product to its desired location.
Running Late with Scott Rogowsky recently set up a social experiment by placing baked goods outside of a gym. It turns out that some of the fitness-forward folks caved and ate the snacks, while the gym staff didn't take too kindly to the giveaways. Honestly, it seems like the gym actually dropped the ball on this one.
These chocolate strawberry roses from How To Cook That almost look too good to eat. To the eyes anyway, the stomach, however, is thinking something totally different.
Millie the dog is a very good helper, not hesitating to carry grocery bags from the car to the house! She's also today's Daily Pet.
This pup, Fergie the "pughuahua," proves that watermelon is the best thing ever! Or, at least that dogs will eat anything. It's one of those...
Auntie Fee is back with another great cooking lesson. The hilarious lady has a shrimp recipe that rivals some restaurants. The difference is that Fee offers dinner and a (profanity-filled) show at her place.
RTM host Beth Troutman recently took a trip to San Francisco. It was in this great city that she got to do something that we could only dream about. She went to Ike's Place, where she got the chance to create her very own sandwich: "Beth Troutman." She has a sandwich named after her, how cool is that!? Being the wonderful lady she is, she decided to share her newly created sandwich with the entire office. They were delicious! You can order a "Beth Troutman" at any one of Ike's 16 locations and if you do, tweet Beth (@Beth_Troutman) with #iateabethtroutman and let her know what you think!
Would you share your corn with your cat? Well, this guy would...Is this weird?
Being able to create a piece of art out of a foaming cup of latte is indeed an art. Check out this video by Fast Company, starring one of the masters in coffee art, Michael Breach, as he creates some of the most famous animals on the internet, as well as the "stinky" emoji we all love to use once in a while. Bravo, Michael!