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You can do that now, if you decided to use the Skyslide, a glass tube on the outside of the U.S. Bank Tower in downtown Los Angeles. It just opened on June the 25th and people can use the slide which is 1,000 feet above the ground on the side of the tallest skyscraper west of the Mississippi. The 360-degree glass slide looks terrifying. Would you use it? Watch the video below to have a closer look. Make sure you aren’t scared of heights. Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2016.

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In order to become famous, video blogger Taras Maksimuk filled an entire pool with Coca-Cola. He then added some Mentos-Candy and about 200 pounds of ice. Soon thereafter he and his friends jumped into the pool. However, no one stayed longer than 20 minutes. It has to be said that none of the participants had suffered any significant changes to skin or hair.

Once the stunt was over, the Coca-Cola was dumped into the back garden and thoroughly washed with water. Nevertheless, a horrible smell remained according to Maksimuk. Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2016

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Back in 2007 the car company Skoda, created a 1:1 model of their Fabia model made from cake, for a television advert. In total, it took a team of eight people a week to mould the car, and three days to pour the rice crispies. In order to “bake” the car the following items were needed: 10 kg white chocolate chunks, 3 kg orange peel strips, 1 kg Angeliques, 12.5 kg raspberry jam, 100 kg wheat flour, 100 kg caster sugar, 20 kg glacier cherries, 30 kg brown almonds, 20 kg raisins, 25 kg dried apricots, 5 kg cacao powder, 180 fresh eggs, 42 kg chocolate fudge, 180 kg orange sugar paste, 90 kg brown sugar paste, 40 kg black sugar paste, 50 kg white sugar paste, 200 kg cake margarine sun cup, 270 kg icing sugar atlas, and 40 kg mil calets.

The idea was to give the car cake to local charities after the shoot for the ad. However, it is impossible due to the effect of studio lights on the cake over several days. It would have posed a health and safety risk if eaten. Now that is what you can call a big cake! Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2016.

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Engineer Mark Rober along with some fellow engineers, have built a four-foot-tall re-creation of the Nerf N-Strike Maverick — one of the greatest Nerf guns of all time. If you don’t know what a Nerf Gun is, it is a toy gun that shoots darts. This one in particular shoots massive darts at around 40 miles per hour. The gun is powered by a paintball canister capable of shooting 3,000-pounds-per-square-inch. Watch the video below for more details. Image Source:
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If you think you have seen it all then think again. Due to a spontaneous gust of wind these two planes took off and cruised off into the sunset without a pilot. These planes are designed to take off and land on very short distances (STOL) and therefore they are very light. I wonder how far they flew? Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2016.

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19-year-old Tayler Michelle Gray graduated from Parkland High School in Allentown, Pennsylvania, walked straight out of her graduation after receiving her diploma. Gray finished her high school degree while studying at a technical institute to become a nursing assistant while having a job at a rehabilitation centre in March. Due to this she wasn’t around at university very often and didn’t have many close friends in her class.

This is why she left and wanted to spend her time with her family rather than sit around. The video, which showed her walk out, has been shared more than 200,000 times on various social media sites. Image Source: Screenshot/Twitter/2016