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New frog bread flash mob
Flash mobs and challenges came together for a common goal. Traditionally, this new flash mob where people bake bread in the form of frogs was born in TikTok. Everyone’s bread looks differently. Some culinary masterpieces turn out to be so cute that eating them seems like real crime. Others, on the contrary, are so creepy that you either want to hide yourself or hide them far, far away. One thing is for sure, the flash mob is migrating from one social network to another. And if you want to join, here’s the original video recipe for frog bread, which is already approaching a million views.
We’ve prepared a simple recipe for baking frog bread for you. Before you do your own culinary experiment, get inspired by the results of other flash mob participants:
A medium-sized frog bread recipe
- 2.5-3 cups of wheat flour
- 1 package of dry yeast
- 1 tablespoon of sugar
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- ½ cup of water
- ⅓ cup of milk
- 1 tablespoon of butter
- 1 egg
- 2 raisins
How to make it:
- In a deep bowl, mix one and a half cups of flour, dry yeast, salt, and sugar.
- Heat water, milk, and butter over medium heat, stirring the mixture occasionally.
- Slowly pour the resulting mixture into a bowl with flour and mix it.
- Add one egg and mix until smooth.
- Gradually stir in the remaining flour and mix it until dough becomes firm and easy to handle.
- Shape a dough ball and knead it on a flat surface (previously sprinkling it with flour so that the dough does not stick) for 5-15 minutes. Let the dough rest for 20 minutes (one hour is even better).
- Divide the dough into several parts. From the larger one, shape the rounded body of your frog. From the leftovers, form front and hind legs and eyes.
- Put the larger ball on a baking sheet, attach feet on the sides. Make a deepening for eyes on the top and put two small balls into them. Put raisins into the head for eyes. If desired, you can sprinkle the frog with herbs, put a sprig of rosemary on top, sprinkle it with cinnamon, or grease it with oil.
- Heat oven to 400°F and bake the bread for 15-20 minutes until golden brown. It is best to check the oven every 5 minutes.
Fake muscles and busts for online dating
Coronavirus continues to affect our reality and change it. It’s time for us to move on to a new level of change. The sportarly.com website began selling fake muscles and artificial busts for online dating.
We don’t know when self-isolation will end and how to go on dates keeping a distance of 1.5 meters, but life goes on. And there’s always room for creating a false image of yourself when you first meet someone. The advantages of fake muscles are more obvious than ever. You will make an impression of a person that the girl will want to do dirty stuff with right after the quarantine is over. Unfortunately, there is a downside. What if the girl already knows about the website and has purchased an artificial bust? Well, you gotta risk it to become a Zoom star.
A set of muscles will cost you no more than dinner at a restaurant. It is much cheaper than going to the gym and actually lifting weights.
Gangs of New York II: Four-Legged Street Squabbles
In the USA, two rival tailed gangs had an argument over the sidewalk and decided to resolve the dispute by a fight. The dog tried to walk along the sidewalk, but the gang of cats immediately puffed up and arched their backs, vividly demonstrating that that the dog needed to take its paws out of that ghetto.
As a result, the dog had to retreat after a slap in the face. We do not exclude the fact it ran after its lads.
A kickflip on a skateboard with Mac Pro wheels worth $700
The wheels for a computer that cost as much as this computer became this year’s sensation for IT bloggers and Apple lovers. The wheels have already managed to earn a reputation of Supreme brand products, like a brick for $1,000. Many people buy these wheels for their collections or for all sorts of stupid things. For instance, one blogger attached them to a skateboard. You can watch the result in the video below.
Japanese lifehack: how to deal with a cat that doesn’t let you work once and for all
While you were working remotely, your cat must have begun to compete for a place between you and your monitor. At first, it may seem nice, but we have to warn you, a cat is a serious predator who knows the value of its lands. It will protect the inherent right of its tail to lie on the keyboard. A Japanese user of the Japanese Internet sorted out this problem. See how in the video below.
The online cooking lesson doesn’t end exactly as intended
Children’s writer Giles Paley-Phillips shared a video on his Twitter where a woman teaches how to cook buns in Spanish. The end of this lesson in unpredictable, ridiculous, and fully conveys our impression of 2020. It is no wonder that in just a day, this video was watched half a million times! And you can watch it, too.
An American was so carried away by a VR game that jumped right into his TV
If you can’t walk along the streets for real because of the quarantine and self-isolation, you can do it in virtual reality. A man from New Orleans was inspired by this fact, put on a VR headset, and decided to conquer a virtual skyscraper, having completely forgotten about security measures.
In the Richie's Plank Experience VR game, you need to take the elevator to the top of the skyscraper, where you have to go to the end of the 80-meter board and experience an unforgettable feeling of flying at the end. As a result, our hero courageously jumped from the roof of a skyscraper… directly into the TV.
Unfortunately, his flat friend couldn’t stand such an attitude and now only shows glitches.
And of course, there were comparisons with other famous flights.