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41 Responses to “How to eat a corn in 10 seconds”

  1. Henry Pootel says:

    Sex toy?  Food gadget?  Both!

  2. PhosPhorious says:

    I have the weirdest boner right now.

  3. Alex says:

    Une drille, un blé d’Inde. Pretty self-explanatory. 

  4. robotnik says:

    I prefer that a video that teaches me how to do something in 10 seconds do so in less than 10 seconds. Time’s a-wastin’!

  5. millie fink says:


  6. Fred Sharp says:

    Clearly this jackwagon doesn’t know what a “cob” is.

  7. TWX says:

    More like, way to break a tooth when hitting something that doesn’t give as easily as one expects…

    • GrumpySteen says:

      I’m not sure what you’ve been eating, but it doesn’t sound like corn.

      • TWX says:

         I’ve had cobs where some very tough cellulose cob part stuck out past the kernels.  That would not be fun to hit at 400RPM.

  8. ChicagoD says:

    That is an ear of corn. I expected to see someone gnawing on their foot.

  9. Ramone says:


  10. AllyPally says:

    Strange use of the word ‘eat’. What proportion of the corn got into the mouth, do you think?

  11. Ian McLoud says:

    *Flossing times may vary.

  12. SomeGuyNamedMark says:

    How to eat “a corn” as opposed to “the corn”?

  13. i’m glad i wasn’t drinking milk when i saw this.

  14. nanner says:

    1) he totally didn’t eat a corn. 2) it took him 21 seconds not to do it. 

  15. bjepson says:

    I wanna see him trim a nose hair next.

  16. Stefan Jones says:

    Watching that makes me feel uncomfortable in so many ways.

  17. mappo says:

    Eat a corn on the cob and make it sexy!

  18. Jonbly Herbert says:

    Presented by the International Dentistry Conspiracy.

  19. KWillets says:

    I got a kernel panic just watching that.

  20. edkedz says:

    But how long to eat “a bread”? Or for the eating of “a soup”?

  21. soylent_plaid says:

    Must do wonders for the old teeth.

  22. Preston Sturges says:

    You got a little on your chin….no the other side….

  23. That_Anonymous_Coward says:

    So this is that flawed training video that explained how glory holes worked….

  24. robcat2075 says:

    I suspect the “a” is a translation problem.  I don’t think French has a construction situation like our article-less “How to eat corn”.  They always eat “a bit of” or “a piece of” or “a cup of” something but never eat something without an article or modifier.

  25. Baldhead says:

    Funny, here I’ve been enjoying my food all this time instead of seeing how fast I can cram it in my face.

  26. noggin says:

    Okay, but does the drill go on the left or right side of the plate?  Or perhaps above the plate?  Is it ok to provide corded drills for my guests?  Do I need to provide reversible drills for my left-handed guests?