KRASH September 2019

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speak up

HI KRASH My name is Shayana and I’m a big fan of your mag. My fave parts are Speak Up, comps, WWE, GameSta, Trading Places, KRASH Komix, Shame Shack and puzzles. I have 11 of your mags and read them all over again. I’m doing karate now. I’m only an advanced white belt. Keep up the good work, KRASH. U ROCK!!! SHAYANA YO KRASH I love your mags and all the free stuff and comps. I love the sections WWE, Speak Up, GameSta and Shame Shack. I love WWE. My fav is John Cena. I love that he does heaps of movies now, but I’m too young to watch them all. ANDREW YO KRASH I love your mag. I try to get it every month. I would love it if you can add a WWE poster because…

1 Min.
win theatrix

GET READY TO SURPRISE, AMAZE AND GROSS OUT YOUR FRIENDS WITH THESE THREE AWESOME PRIZES! BOX OF SHOCKS: Every trick in Box of Shocks will take your victims totally by surprise and extract a scream. It’s clean and clever trickery - but reactions are pure shock and horror! The set includes the shock glass, the crazy tomato sauce bottle, the magic disappearing pen as well as some fantastic new tricks. Magicians Ages 8+. GROSS MAGIC: The magic is back, but this time it’s in the toilet. Gross Magic is just revolting! It’s the most radical thing in magic that you can get. Take a filthy snot rag and clean it with the flick of a wrist, liquidise an eyeball in red goo and shock your audience with “live” cockroach eggs! PRANKY JOKES: This…

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costly ice cream

A fancy ice cream cone created by sweet treat-maker, Snowflake Luxury Gelato, is accompanied with a not-so-sweet price tag of $133. The “Billionaire Soft Serve” takes four hours to prepare with each dessert being individually created. Gelato chef, Silvia Gaetta, invented the masterpiece and begins by filling the cone with caramelised pecans, a layer of salted caramel gelato and seasoning with a rare Persian sea salt. The serious soft serve also features two scoops of sorbet, a raspberry macaron topped with edible diamonds made of sugar, a white chocolate truffle filled with salted caramel sauce, a piece of chocolate hand-wrapped in edible 24-karat gold leaf, a drizzle of special fruit sauce and, to top it off, two sheets of edible 24-karat gold leaf. Snowflake founder, Asad Khan, said, “You’ve got…

1 Min.
soothing snoring sounds

A strange new song that aims to assist people falling asleep uses sounds of snoring whilst raising funds for charity. The single is called ‘Snored to Sleep’ and was created by music producer, Aubrey Whitfield, PlayOJO and singer, Simon Webbe. The tune is believed to lull the listener into a deep slumber and combines sounds of crowd-sourced snoring alongside a slow melody, low frequencies and a rhythmic, repetitive bass. Scientific studies suggest such sounds can lead to reduced brain activity, thus, creating the perfect environment for a restful sleep. All proceeds from the creative release will be donated to Hope2Sleep - a charity supporting people with health problems such as sleep apnea. Aubrey Whitfield explained, “snores are more fun to mix than you’d think! I had a lot to play…

1 Min.
fart masking meds

A French man claims to have created a tablet that transforms bad-smelling flatulence into aromas ranging from chocolate to roses. Christian Poincheval was inspired to create PilulePet following a dinner party where his guests were unable to stand the odours being released and explained, “we nearly asphyxiated ourselves with our smelly farts... something had to be done.” The mastermind began development in 2007 and eventually launched his own company. Poincheval claims the fart-masking-medication is made from all natural ingredients and states on his website, “The fart pill is the result of lengthy research and trials... Our fragrant variants also add a touch of humour for any occasion.” Some of the scents include Christmas chocolate, May Day lily, St Valentine’s ginger and rose. Costing around $30 per bottle, the website also…

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music-loving cheese

Researchers in Switzerland have completed an experiment by exposing cheese to music and claim it created more flavour. Nine wheels of cheese each weighing 10 kilograms were placed into separate wooden crates with various tunes playing through mini transmitters 24 hours a day. The objective was to test the impact of different music genres on cheese flavour and aroma. Some of the songs selected including the hip hop track, “We Got it From Here”, Mozart’s “Magic Flute” and Led Zeppelin’s classic, “Stairway to Heaven”. Researchers from the Bern University of Arts said, “The most obvious differences were observed in strength of flavor, smell and taste... The hip hop sample topped the list of all cheese exposed to music in terms of fruitiness.” A culinary jury underwent two blind tastings of…