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Terrible Cook: Cracking An Egg 20-Meters Underwater

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This is a video demonstrating what happens if you crack an egg 20-meters (~65-feet) underwater. And if you crack an egg into a pot of boiling ramen? Magic happens. Add some shredded cheese and HELLO, BREAKFAST. So yeah, when you crack an egg open under pressure, the egg white stays together and you can see the yolk floating in the middle. Be warned though: I performed a similar experiment once and wound up attracting a shark. Then I had to punch it in the nose and tear its heart out to save the mermaid village.

Hit the jump for the video.

Thanks to Viv, who never cracks her eggs underwater because she doesn't want to have to explain it to the health department.

There are Comments.
  • Halfway through the video I tried to imagine what this must look like to a chicken: Giant monsters playing with and destroying a fetus on an alien planet.

  • Billy Rocka

    That's a nice thought experiment.

  • Jooster

    There was no fetus. It's a plain, unfertilised egg.

  • That was anticlimactic.

  • Jadis

    going where no unborn chicken has gone before

  • Ulysses Cisneros

    Oh GW your such a humanitarian saving the mermaid village : )

  • $18922249

    While pretty cool, I hope that this didn't take anyone by surprise.

  • Azariel_z

    Agreed..

  • BillGatesIsYourDaddy

    now let's see him fry one underwater.

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