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Via: Andrew Rea
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That sauce has gotta hit the spot after a solid jazz cigarette! This video comes at the perfect time after all that April Fool's nonsense when the first episode from season 3 of Rick and Morty actually ended up making its debut. Yep, you read that right; what a time to be alive, indeed. And now thanks to this legend (who regularly does these amazing TV/Movie-inspired cooking videos) we can commemorate the experience with some solid real life Szechuan Sauce.

If you enjoyed this one, check out what he did with It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's 'RUM HAM' or a burger straight off 'Bob's Burger's'. You won't be disappointed. 

Via: Ty Myers
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Kids these days just do the damndest things, man. I thought it was an elaborate ploy to spell a chick's name out in a cake, intentionally humilate oneself on a stage with a bare-chested proclamation/question; but no, we had to break through the ceiling and head for heights better left unexplored...Big ups, bro. Big ups. 

Via: @ELMSPrincipalJP
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Holy shitness, one of those miraculous moments you legit have to see to believe.

Via: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
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Finally an epic story to accompany this legendary moment in cinematic history:

Via: Visitmex
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The age old sentiment when it rains, it pours just got a massive booze-infused upgrade, cause now it's apparently raining tequila. Yep, what a time to be alive, dudes. Better yet this odd nature-defying situation was not concocted by the mind behind that crazy little flick called 'Cloud With a Chance of Meatballs.'

Nope, in an effort to capitalize on Germans' general well-documented distaste for their consistent rainy weather and love of tequila, the Mexico-based ad agency Lapiz went ahead and started up with vibrating tequila at such high frequencies that it turns to mist, using ultrasonic humidifiers, and then as the mist condensates and reforms as a liquid, it proceeds to fall from the cloud as separate raindrops of sweet-distilled tequila. Ahem, anyone else out there thirsty? 

Via: colinfurze
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There's a reason bumper cars trudge around like awkward little slugs, and it starts and ends somewhere with the fact that the main intention of driving the lil beasts is to crash into whoever else is around. The sheer amount of chaotic carnage that'd spawn from a bunch of demonically speedy bumper cars is honestly terrifying. Let's just hope this crazy guy's desire to shatter the speed limits goes no further than this video...

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