Jun 182014
Giant Bubbles Popping in Super Slow Motion

Now that it’s finally summer time it’s time to play outside. And there are few things as fun as playing with bubbles in the summer. Gav and Dan of The Slow Mo Guys grabbed their super slow motion camera to capture the magic of giant bubbles in slow motion. Just beautiful! 


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May 122014
Blowing Bubbles At People At Walmart Prank

If you were shopping at Walmart and suddenly saw bubbles you might assume you’re going crazy. That’s the idea behind prankster Jack Vale‘s latest gag. He went to Walmart and, as inconspicuously as possible, blew bubbles behind other shoppers. Their reactions are simply hilarious. 


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Jan 252014
Instant Freeze Giant Bubbles

The Web went gaga over freezing bubbles as the country was smothered in a chilly polar vortex. 

Science channel Night Hawk In Light has taken the concept to the next level by creating giant bubbles outside in the bitter cold. 

The result? The giant bubbles freeze into wispy shreds of frozen soap in seconds. 


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Jan 062014
How To Make A Bubble Cube

For his latest project, the Crazy Russian Hacker demonstrates how to make a bubble cube. 

First, make a stick cube out of Q-tips, and dunk it into soapy water. You should be left with inverted bubble triangles with a square in the middle. 

For the cherry on top, the Crazy Russian Hacker blew a bubble through the center which created a bubble cube


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Dec 062013
Canadian Couple Blow Bubbles Outside At -45 Celsius

This adorable video was posted by Ted Goossen in 2009, but it has only gone viralviral now, instantly amassing over 350,000 views

It may not seem the case, but Ted explains that “there are many things you can do for excitement in Thompson, Manitoba” when it’s -45 Celsius.

One of those things is to go outside with only a hat and blow bubbles with your wife!

Because of the extreme temperature, the bubbles quickly freeze and deflate. 

For the climax, he gets a cup of boiling water and makes instant steamy snow as the web has seen before


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