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2011-05-24 12:48:50 PM
That guy should be hired as the official caterer of the Fark Politics tab.
 
2011-05-24 01:05:13 PM
Steam power?

Also... this related video is almost as cool... the second part might be cooler.
Human Popcorn Machine (poppity pop)
 
2011-05-24 01:25:15 PM
Sudden loss of pressure, explosive decompression assisting the popping.
 
2011-05-24 01:30:41 PM

prjindigo: Sudden loss of pressure, explosive decompression assisting the popping.


Exactly. High pressure steam suddenly released when the container is opened causes the corn to puff. This is not something new or uncommon.
 
2011-05-24 01:34:22 PM

Senor Spielbergo: Steam power?

Also... this related video is almost as cool... the second part might be cooler.
Human Popcorn Machine (poppity pop)


That's got to be fake. I'm not sure how they faked it, but I am going to remain skeptical, until I see proof it's not fake.
 
2011-05-24 01:37:43 PM
Yes, but can he hammer a six inch spike into a board with his penis?
 
2011-05-24 01:45:11 PM

IAMTHEINTARWEBS: Yes, but can he hammer a six inch spike into a board with his penis?


I can hammer a six inch spike BACK OUT of the board with my penis
 
2011-05-24 01:55:46 PM
It's a chemical popper but in solid, not gaseous, form. Put simply, in deference to you, Fark, it's like popping a stick of dynamite. As soon as we apply a field, we couple to a state, it is radiatively coupled to the ground state. I figure we can extract at least ten to the twenty-first kernals per cubic centimeter which will give one kilokernal per cubic centimeter at 600 nanometers, or, one megakernal per liter.
 
2011-05-24 01:58:54 PM

Panty Sniffer: prjindigo: Sudden loss of pressure, explosive decompression assisting the popping.

Exactly. High pressure steam suddenly released when the container is opened causes the corn to puff. This is not something new or uncommon.


I beg to differ. I live in the USA, and have never seen popcorn made like that. That's the second video of it in like a month, but the first time I've heard anyone explain it. It's surely not new, but uncommon is relative, and I'd say it's uncommon.

So put that in your pipe and smoke it.
 
2011-05-24 02:08:01 PM

IAMTHEINTARWEBS: Yes, but can he hammer a six inch spike into a board with his penis?


Not right now...
 
2011-05-24 02:10:45 PM
According to a comment on the liveleak site..

"its an extremely old style of pressure cooker,its kept rotating to keep the kernals from burning,when sealed there is too much pressure for the kernals to expand or pop,when the lid is opened they all pop at once."

Makes sense..
 
2011-05-24 02:17:38 PM

Smagma: "its an extremely old style of pressure cooker,its kept rotating to keep the kernals from burning,when sealed there is too much pressure for the kernals to expand or pop,when the lid is opened they all pop at once."


That's probably the first LL comment that didn't sound like it was written by an illiterate 8th grader on speed!
 
2011-05-24 02:18:01 PM
Fox McCloud is proud.

PYAHHHHH
 
2011-05-24 02:22:35 PM
And I thought JiffyPop was the magic treat
 
2011-05-24 03:38:39 PM

EvilEgg: Senor Spielbergo: Steam power?

Also... this related video is almost as cool... the second part might be cooler.
Human Popcorn Machine (poppity pop)

That's got to be fake. I'm not sure how they faked it, but I am going to remain skeptical, until I see proof it's not fake.


He puts the popcorn in his mouth off camera before he reveals it. Notice that he is out of frame between poppings.

Not hard really.
 
2011-05-24 03:40:53 PM

bartink: EvilEgg: Senor Spielbergo: Steam power?

Also... this related video is almost as cool... the second part might be cooler.
Human Popcorn Machine (poppity pop)

That's got to be fake. I'm not sure how they faked it, but I am going to remain skeptical, until I see proof it's not fake.

He puts the popcorn in his mouth off camera before he reveals it. Notice that he is out of frame between poppings.

Not hard really.


So they spent some time to dub in the sounds of the kernels popping in his mouth?
At least that's what I thought I heard
 
2011-05-24 03:47:29 PM
These are all over the streets in Chinese cities, but it is done to make puffed rice mostly. You know one is in the neighborhood when you hear the loud explosion once every 15 minutes or so. Really tasty.
 
2011-05-24 04:25:41 PM
I wonder how often his clothing gets caught in the rotating belt.
 
2011-05-24 05:30:29 PM

howdyyall9999: It's a chemical popper but in solid, not gaseous, form. Put simply, in deference to you, Fark, it's like popping a stick of dynamite. As soon as we apply a field, we couple to a state, it is radiatively coupled to the ground state. I figure we can extract at least ten to the twenty-first kernals per cubic centimeter which will give one kilokernal per cubic centimeter at 600 nanometers, or, one megakernal per liter.



Bless you. I needed that today.

/moral imperative
 
2011-05-24 05:41:52 PM
All I could think of is how very many ways that is unsanitary. Not the popping itself, necessarily, but everything the corn touched along the way...
 
2011-05-24 05:42:40 PM

howdyyall9999: It's a chemical popper but in solid, not gaseous, form. Put simply, in deference to you, Fark, it's like popping a stick of dynamite. As soon as we apply a field, we couple to a state, it is radiatively coupled to the ground state. I figure we can extract at least ten to the twenty-first kernals per cubic centimeter which will give one kilokernal per cubic centimeter at 600 nanometers, or, one megakernal per liter.


You magnificent bastard.
 
2011-05-24 07:24:37 PM

howdyyall9999: It's a chemical popper but in solid, not gaseous, form. Put simply, in deference to you, Fark, it's like popping a stick of dynamite. As soon as we apply a field, we couple to a state, it is radiatively coupled to the ground state. I figure we can extract at least ten to the twenty-first kernals per cubic centimeter which will give one kilokernal per cubic centimeter at 600 nanometers, or, one megakernal per liter.


Thanks, Mark. I love your work.
 
2011-05-24 09:34:28 PM

Senor Spielbergo: IAMTHEINTARWEBS: Yes, but can he hammer a six inch spike into a board with his penis?

I can hammer a six inch spike BACK OUT of the board with my penis


I'm not sure I want to know how or why you would practice something like that.
 
2011-05-24 10:31:34 PM

Scutter: Senor Spielbergo: IAMTHEINTARWEBS: Yes, but can he hammer a six inch spike into a board with his penis?

I can hammer a six inch spike BACK OUT of the board with my penis

I'm not sure I want to know how or why you would practice something like that.


Would you rather watch him hammer a six inch spike INTO his penis?
 
2011-05-24 10:46:08 PM

howdyyall9999: It's a chemical popper but in solid, not gaseous, form. Put simply, in deference to you, Fark, it's like popping a stick of dynamite. As soon as we apply a field, we couple to a state, it is radiatively coupled to the ground state. I figure we can extract at least ten to the twenty-first kernals per cubic centimeter which will give one kilokernal per cubic centimeter at 600 nanometers, or, one megakernal per liter.


I love you, man
 
2011-05-24 11:19:40 PM
Farking Cantonese tourists...
 
2011-05-25 12:06:52 AM

howdyyall9999: It's a chemical popper but in solid, not gaseous, form. Put simply, in deference to you, Fark, it's like popping a stick of dynamite. As soon as we apply a field, we couple to a state, it is radiatively coupled to the ground state. I figure we can extract at least ten to the twenty-first kernals per cubic centimeter which will give one kilokernal per cubic centimeter at 600 nanometers, or, one megakernal per liter.


This looks like something she would say:
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2011-05-25 01:09:05 AM
I'd like to see more food cooked this way. It would certainly liven up some the shows of those chefs on the TV.
 
2011-05-25 02:36:25 AM
FIIIIIEEEEEEYYYAAAAAAAAAAHHH!
 
2011-05-25 04:00:58 AM
I'm showing my age here, but does anyone else remember the Quaker Puffed Wheat/Puffed Rice "shot from guns" commercials?
 
2011-05-25 05:02:47 AM
Don't we see popcorn 'made like never before' around here about every three months or so?
 
2011-05-25 08:52:06 AM

raggtopp: IAMTHEINTARWEBS: Yes, but can he hammer a six inch spike into a board with his penis?

Not right now...


a popcorn popper's gotta have his standards...
 
2011-05-25 11:18:43 AM
The laundry basket is a nice touch.
 
2011-05-25 11:39:09 AM
Came for Real Genius, leaving satisfied.
 
2011-05-25 04:07:57 PM

torch: The laundry basket is a nice touch.


They should have taken the laundry out first.
 
2011-05-25 04:17:19 PM

Scutter: torch: The laundry basket is a nice touch.

They should have taken the laundry out first.


That's how it gets the buttery flavor.
 
2011-05-25 07:47:53 PM
And again, I ask myself, how did someone first think of this....

"Here, Kwan, hold my soju...I wanna try somethin'"
 
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