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Activity overview:

Some poor kid in New Zealand burned a hole in his tongue after eating super-sour Warheads candy. Plus, Josh and Chuck look back at the cultural phenomenon known as Macramé and how everyone apparently realized in unison that it was really creepy.

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Sources:

Nuclear Lolly
http://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/well-good/teach-me/66623341/sour-lolly-burns-a-hole-in-boys-tongue

150 Warheads Challenge (FuriousPete.com)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7nUIAROsl0

Warhead Disclaimer
http://mix925abilene.com/warhead-challenge-has-townsquare-media-djs-facing-off-in-hilarious-video/

The Creepiness of Macramé
http://weirdbabe.typepad.com/threadbared/crafts/index.html

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