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Guy Makes a Fully Functional V6 Engine Out of Paper

It took him almost 2 weeks to finish and the result is plain awesome!

Mark Andrew





Some people are just too good at crafting things – and YouTuber Aliaksei Zholner is one such guy.

Why did we say so? Well, this dude made a miniature V6 engine entirely out of paper. How cool is that, right? If you will browse his YouTube channel, you will quickly discover that this guy is all about fun DIY projects which turn out to be very impressive.

At one point, for instance, he made a working model tank. Granted the tank apparently has some speed issues but still, it’s an impressive creation since he merely created everything from scratch.

And now he’s back with another amazing project that, for me, absolutely takes the cake.

This awesome V6 engine is made entirely from paper, cardboard, and some superglue.

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Photo credit: Aliaksei Zholner

Aliaksei, or simply Al Zh on YouTube, crafted the V6 machine DIY-style using nothing but paper and cardboard. Of course, he also used some superglue to hold the pieces together. The engine works with the help of a mechanism which pumps compressed air to the cylinders. He said the entire project took him around 2 weeks to finish.

Like most of us, Al Zh is a busy man but he does make it a point to spend time on his miniature DIY projects.

You can watch the video here:

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This just blows my mind. It works like an engine and even sounds like one.

It’s not surprising that the video has received a lot of attention on his YouTube channel. In fact, he’s been frequently pestered about sharing an online instructional but he has clarified several times that he has no intentions of doing so.

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You’ve Been Wrapping Gifts the Wrong Way All This Time… THIS is How You Do It!

In less than 15 seconds!




The Japanese really have a talent for more efficient and time-saving way of doing things. This is not really surprising, given the number of great inventions they have come up with. Their genius even  extends to simplifying complicated chores. Take gift-wrapping, for instance. A lot of people struggle with wrapping their gifts and they often end up using too much time and paper.

Now Christmas is just around the corner and soon you'll have to do the inevitable task of wrapping up gifts. Don't worry - with just a few swift movements and minimal usage of gift wrapper, this tutorial shows you how it should be done. Assuming you have everything you need within your reach (scissors, tape, etc), you can wrap your gift in less than 15 seconds. It's possible!

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What Happens When You Put an Onion on Your Ear Overnight

Onions are natural antibiotics.

Grace Alviar Viray



Did you know that onions can cure ear ache?

Onions are known to be a natural remedy for a myriad of illnesses and one of its benefits is relieving ear ache. Ear ache, which is usually caused by infection, can actually compromise our productivity as adults and is actually a major source of discomfort for children.

However, there is no need to worry about curing ear pain even at a time when we can't go out to the drugstore. A good, cheap, and natural antibiotic is the onion which can be found in our kitchen cupboards. It's actually safe and effective and has been used as a go-to remedy for ear ache for many centuries now.

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7 Different Ways To Chop An Onion

This onion cutting video began informative but ended hilarious.

Mark Andrew



Onions. I love them on my food but I really hate chopping them. They often make my eyes cry. For that very reason, I try to skip this chore as often as I can and simply let my wife do it most of the time. She’s an expert at it, believe me.

So when I first encountered this video on YouTube, I was like “Hey, this might be my chance to impress the wife about handling an onion for once.” I know I’m not a good cook but the idea of learning seven different chopping techniques seemed too tempting to resist.

So I immediately clicked the link and played the darn clip.

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