Slotomania vs. Nintendo 3DS Games


Viewable in 3D and 2D. (Having problems? Try viewing it via YouTube.com or your YouTube app.)

If I can waste over an hour a day playing Slotomania on Facebook, surely I can waste some time playing games with the Nintendo 3DS XL that I’ve had for months, now, and never used.
Let’s talk about the games I have, so far, okay?
Also, I’m transitioning from one topic to another, so I follow-up on my frozen yogurt pops ideas in the video.

Advertisements

Silicone Ice Cube Trays


Viewable in 3D and 2D. (Having problems? Try viewing it via YouTube.com or your YouTube app.)

I’m sitting in my 1996 Ford Explorer out in front of Bed, Bath and Beyond in Glendora, totally stoked about the awesome silicone ice cube trays I just bought for freezing yogurt bites.
I’m hoping this will be the perfect solution!

Sucking and Squeezing Yogurt


Viewable in 3D and 2D. (Having problems? Try viewing it via YouTube.com or your YouTube app.)

Ah, crap, I forgot to cover the TV screen on the left, so there’s a cubic illusion violation introduced by the refection! Sorry about that!
Here’s the demo I promised to shoot last week, showing how to use a syringe to suck and squeeze yogurt for frozen bite-size treats.
BTW, I already ate my first batch that I was making in this video, and I was able to eat them with my fingers and didn’t need a spoon, so apparently not all yogurt bites are created equal. :/

Shooting Up Yogurt


Viewable in 3D and 2D. (Having problems? Try viewing it via YouTube.com or your YouTube app.)

I found a syringe for shooting up yogurt for the rest of my life, which will hopefully be another 50 or 60 years.
This video was also inspired by anyone who might think you can’t record a 3D video “outdoors” with a 20mm stereo base.
FYI, while waiting for this video to render, I tried filling the syringe with yogurt, and it works fine, except for the chunks of strawberries in the yogurt, which obviously need to be avoided.
Shooting up the yogurt went without a hitch, so it looks like a perfect solution, and cleaning up the syringe for the next person (or cow) was quick and easy. :/
Next week, Lord willin’ and the creek don’t rise, I’ll shoot a demo of the actual process and results.

Frozen Yogurt Bites vs. Container


Viewable in 3D and 2D. (Having problems? Try viewing it via YouTube.com or your YouTube app.)

Tay Tay Mommay inspired me to try these DIY frozen yogurt “bites” (https://youtu.be/YdNzE_K4TNE), and in this video I compare them to my method of freezing and then partially defrosting an entire 6 ounce container.