Dream it, and you can achieve it. Case in point: this man’s impressive three martini glass and a stick-in-his-mouth juggling routine. Who comes up with this stuff? You think he’d been drinking when he did? Do you think those cocktail glasses are actually glass, or heavy plastic? Why is it
This is a video of a Kentucky man bidding an unfond farwell to his wife’s car on its way to the scrap yard and being unceremoniously denied the satisfaction of a shattered window. You know, we should do this to my neighbor’s car this weekend while he’s at the beach.
This is a video from National Geographic of radio and television personality Bobby Bones cleaning the underside of the glass Skywalk perched over the Grand Canyon at Eagle Point in Arizona. Allegedly he’s afraid of heights, although a person actually afraid of heights never would have done this. He probably
Previously seen in 3D rendered form, London’s Sky Pool is now open, and here are a couple videos (including one from inside the pool looking down) of all the terrifying fun to be had. As mentioned previously, the 115-foot high pool is only open to people who own units in
Note: Check your volume, cannon. This is a short video from the Netherlands of what don’t appear to be the old timey war reenactors I expected firing a cannon while Johnny Cash’s ‘Ring Of Fire’ appropriately plays in the background and the shock wave breaks every window on the house
This is an example of one of the handblown borosilicate glass octopus wine decanters crafted by Josh DeWall of Chicago-based Ignite Glass Studios. You can get a 500mL version for $600, or a 750mL version (which holds a full bottle of wine) for $950. So, you know, not as cheap
This is a video of Youtuber PressTube testing the durability of different thicknesses of bulletproof glass with an industrial shredder. Unsurprisingly, while the glass may be bulletproof, it does not prove to be as shredproof as the ninja turtles, although the 40mm thick glass (seen above) doesn’t go down without
NOTE: KEEP YOUR VOLUME LOW, GLASS EXPLOSION. This is some home security cam footage of a tempered glass wall that looks like it was primarily used as a sticker board and place to mark the height of children as they grow deciding that its had enough of this life and