Putting a large marshmallow gummy bear in a vacuum chamber


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#2

Vacuum chamber channel > hydraulic press channel


#3

Ultimate channel: hydraulic press in vacuum chamber.

(ETA: with a red hot nickel ball.)


#4

Kind of like me from Friday through Monday.


#5

Vacuum chambers are very dangerous, so we must deal with them.


#6

Like a vision from a nightmare.


#7

…with a giant industrial shredder frosting.


#8

Is this a Gummy or a Peeps? I don’t think Gummies react this way, since they have no internal air pockets. Any marshmallow will blow up just like Mr. Bear. I think it’s an off-brand Peeps; they make chickies and bunnes, but I’ve never seen Peeps teddies.


#9

I’m more interested in where the bear came from than its death by vacuum. Is this a commercially available product, or is it a custom creation, perhaps maybe made using one of those big gummy bear containers as a mold? If it is commercially available, who would buy such a thing? If it’s custom, who would make such a thing only to destroy it?

You monster.


You Monster
#10

Probably, but I dunno in what country. Peeps technology has proliferated around the world at this point, and there’s no putting the genie back in the bottle.


#11

T.S. Eliot
“This is the way the world ends
Not with a bang but with a Peep.”


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#13

tune in for next weeks exciting episode:

it’ll leave you breathless


#14

Wait, so that means no Peeps on Mars? I’m cancelling my trip.


#15

Why did that make me so nervous?


#16

There are Peeps bears (or is it Moose?).
Mouse, perhaps?


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