Is it possible that after a conversation with an attractive woman, men get ... dumber?
There's more truth to the saying "getting cold feet," and Tom proves how.
Tom settles the age-old debate: Is it true that women are better than men at remembering directions?
If a pool smells stongly of chlorine, is it dirtier? You may think again before diving in.
Michael tests if swearing helps pain tolerance, while Seth tests the harmonic hums of a Ferrari.
Are pigeons faster than a fax machine? And find out what really came first--the chicken or the egg?
Sheild yourself! A rock shot from a lawnmower can have the same force as a bullet from a 9mm gun.
If cacooned in bubble wrap, could you survive a 13-foot drop?
Can adults fit inside a bathing cap? Are mites on your eyelashes? Are rhyming words easier to trust?
Does red make bulls angry? Can glue hold you upside down from a ceiling fan? Find out this and more!
The guys test crazy theories, including: Can pudding dance--and can you dance on pudding?
Can a virgin drink get you drunk? And is a shrimp's endurance greater than the average human's?
Four ceramic mugs attempt to support a two-ton truck, and writing the number six proves challenging.
Can a flushing toilet's bacteria reach a toothbrush 6' away? The guys test this and other legends.
Duck Quacks Don't Echo puts weird, over-the-top hypotheses to the test with interactive experiments.
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