This person thought that if she had to live somewhere with freezing temperatures, she might as well find a way to have fun. She filled differently-shaped balloons with water and swirls of food coloring and left them outside in the freezing weather. This is how she was able to create these impressive statues of ice.
We’re sure that venturing outside in below-zero temperatures while holding large balloons filled with water isn’t the best idea, but the results are definitely worth it!
What if You Rolled 16 Yards of Tin Foil Into a Ball?
Though most of us just use a small piece of tin foil when preparing food, we never really realize just how much tin foil there is actually in the box.
This person decided to see what would happen if they pulled out the entire roll of aluminum foil and rolled it into one giant ball. While we're pretty curious how they got the ball to be completely smooth, we don't we will replicate the experiment. We'll stick to using our tin foil in the kitchen only for now.
What if a Frog Ate a Snake?
We've all heard it's a "dog eat dog" world, but it seems in this rainforest, it's a "frog eat snake" type of world. This unfortunate snake found itself the dinner of this large frog, but it seems that the snake is still alive and even posing for this picture.
The frog must have simply grabbed this snake as it was still slithering around. We guess that with some careful maneuvering, this snake might just find itself off the menu and on the way to freedom!
What if a Bonsai Tree Produced Fruit?
Many of us have seen bonsai trees, but few probably know that almost any type of shrub or tree can be pruned in a way that the plant becomes a bonsai. After about five to ten years of pruning the plant's roots and foliage, the tree or shrub is dwarfed.
This bonsai was made using an apple tree, and somehow an actual apple was able to grow! Looking at the size of the tree in comparison to the apple, it's amazing to see how something so small could produce something so large.
What if You Didn't Change Your Oil for 84,000 Miles?
It may sound bad, but many of us put off going to the mechanic until our car starts making strange noises. This person thought that their car would be just fine without having to get the oil changed… for 84,000 miles!
Generally speaking, car owners should get their oil changed every three to ten thousand miles depending on the type of car. This mechanic shared this shocking picture of what they found under the hood of this car as a warning — get your oil changed!