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Long video, but worth the watch.

I don't speak Polish, but I think I can figure out what's going on here. A couple of guys put up fliers for their new "demolition business" around town. Problem is, they don't know anything about demolition and just figured they could make a couple bucks breaking stuff in their spare time. Surprisingly enough, they get a job to take down an old brick wall. So they show up with their only piece of equipment: their mother's Opel.

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Brilliant! It's a like a bike that's also a treadmill! Genius! ... Wait, they already invented those? They're called stationary bikes? %@*$@#(@!$!!!!!

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After the Toilet of Terror earlier this week, it seems like the infection is spreading to thrones throughout the world. Someone's either really eager to get rid of their waste, or this is the world's smallest jacuzzi.

~NSHA

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This little guy had a life-threatening illness and needed his leg amputated. Luckily, the doctors at Washington State University's veterinarian school came up with a plan that even a 12-year-old tortoise's HMO covered.

~NSHA

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Okay, let's try to assemble a normal tent. The long pole goes into the socket with the other short pole, the other other short pole slides into the flux capacitor, then cast expecto patronum on the tent stakes, then divide by zero, and voila! You're done.

Now here's a tent that makes camping a little bit easier. The tent has a geodesic dome frame that inflates when you pump it full of air. Just inflate, and you're done!

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I think this is exactly what a construction site needs; gas-powered, all terrain wheelbarrows speeding in between precarious scaffolding. What could go wrong?

~NSHA

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And now the robots take away our crafty folk-art? Will your domination know no bounds, you soulless machines?!

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Dutch artist Bart Jansen was rather heartbroken when his cat, Orville, was hit and killed by a car. However, Jansen decided to memorialize his deceased buddy in a unique way: by turning him into a helicopter.

Yup. A helicopter. Jansen is quoted as saying:

"Now he is finally flying with the birds. The greatest goal a cat could ever reach!"

False. If his body turned into a poptart and he began flying around the sky with a rainbow trailing him, THEN he would reach the greatest goal a cat could ever reach!