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DIY: Indiana Jones Monkey Brain Cake

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There are very few scenes as memorable as that one where they eat monkey brain in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Now you can relive that classic movie moment with your own chilled monkey brains cake courtesy of Instructable user BubbleandSweet.
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DIY Easy Bat Wing Shrug

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"DIY Easy Bat Wing Shrug for Halloween from My Poppet here. Or for dress up or because."

This Super Mario Themed Room

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Redditor carpenter75 made this Super Mario Bros. themed bedroom for his daughter. The only parts of the decor that are stickers are Mario and Bowser; the rest was painted by hand. As far as cost, it was only about $700 and it even comes with soulds from the game.
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DIY Gas-Powered Wheelbarrow

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A boy demonstrates a DIY gas-powered wheelbarrow in this video apparently shot in Poland.

Make your own chocolate classic video game controller

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The mold is made from FDA-approved polypropylene plastic so it is completely safe to use.
About 17 pieces of retro game controller chocolate can be created from one pound of chocolate, and the mold is very easy to use so you do not have to be an expert in order to make some great looking retro treats for your guests.

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$4.55.
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Superman Bread

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"Hey, kids! You may not be able to lift a car, but you can still group up big and strong eating Superman Sandwiches." Chris-Rachael Oseland made this loaf of bread that has the Superman insignia inside every slice! Find the illustrated instructions at Kitchen Overlord.

Do-it-yourself Rowboat

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The kit includes 38 precut plywood pieces and ships in four boxes.
The company's BBCo Classic Rowboat Kit($1,610) includes a 17-step, 22-page manual, 38 cut-to-fit plywood parts, stainless steel screws, square copper nails, two-part epoxy glue, cups and stirrers (for preparing the glue), three tubes of Sikaflex marine adhesive-sealant, and disposable gloves. You'll have to supply your own sandpaper, primer, undercoat, paint, varnish, rope, six-foot-long oars with rowlocks (available from Balmain)— and a pen to sign the safety disclaimer. The manufacturer estimates that the 8-foot-long, 120-pound boat takes a few weekends to put together.
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Bowser Crochet Sweater Turns Your Turtle Into Super Mario’s True Nemesis

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Turtles can become King Koopa aka Bowser in a cinch with this crochet turtle shell koozie made by Squirrel Picnic.
"Myrtle definitely looks like he could do some damage in his Bowser sweater. Go on, Myrtle! Go get your princess and take back your Mushroom Kingdom."
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How to Make a Mini Bow and Arrow

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How to make a mini bow and arrow out of household items (lolly pop popsicle stick, dental floss and a cotton bud q-tip).

HOW to make glowing Converse.

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The guy at Adafruit have an easy way to make your Chucks glow!
"Make your logo light up with this simple Converse sneaker mod. All you need is EL panel and an inverter tucked into the tongue of your shoe to get the stars in your Chuck Taylors glowing. Two styles!"

An M16-Based Crossbow

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JoergSprave's new crossbow weapon!
"The M16A1 is a legendary weapon. There is a whole industry around that weapon and it's civilist counterpart, the AR15. PSE, a crossbow maker, offers a crossbow upper that converts the gun into a powerful, arrow shooting crossbow. "

"Drive it like you stole it"

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You could make a screwdriver into a car key. The screwdriver car key hack

Incredible Homemade Transformers Costume

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The guy from Marc De Repentigny who crafted this obscenely over-the-top costume based on the Transformers movies aesthetics. It doesn't actually transform into anything, but the eyes and mouth parts move, the mask slides up and down automatically, and it has some light and smoke effects. And the arms can be moved via remote controlled. Watch the video of it after more.
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This Guy Created a Robot to Steal from Vending Machines

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Unfortunately, the whole thing is in French. Basically, the robot has a levitating arm that can grab a can of soda and drop it down the vending machine for free. It's controlled by a gamepad. But seriously, watch this guy in action. It's insane. The action starts at around the 1:20 mark of the video. When you see it work, you'll wonder why people need to spend a dollar on that carbonated sugar water again. Haha...
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Shark Socks

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Shark Socks by Lisa Grossman.
"One tshark has eaten your foot and is well on his way to finishing off what’s left of you"
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