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Watch This Fox Actually Make His Own Sandwich

Who needs opposable thumbs when you have teeth?

Foxes are known for being clever mammals, but this fox in Chernobyl, Ukraine can assemble his own lunch.

Watch as the animal adroitly stacks bread and deli meats atop one another in a five-layered epic sandwich worthy of a professional kitchen. Aside from the food-hygiene aspect, of course.

TIME Music

Hear Johnny Cash’s Biggest Hits Played on Beer Bottles

Four men in black conjure the spirit of the Man in Black

When Johnny Cash sang about liquor, his drink of choice was whiskey. But the latest Cash covers to hit the Internet employ a different alcoholic beverage to get the sound just right: beer. More specifically, beer bottles.

The Bottle Boys, who have covered everyone from Michael Jackson to Sebastian from The Little Mermaid, apply its unique talents this time to Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues” and “Ring of Fire.” The result is more Señor-Frogs-beachside-happy-hour than Man-in-Black-gritty, but the simultaneous feats the group pulls off merit applause. As the Bottle Boys wrote in a statement accompanying the video, “The multitasking was quite challenging in the beginning. But we don’t play bottles because it is easy, but because it is hard!”

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Watch Chris Pratt and Jimmy Fallon Totally Butcher ‘Uptown Funk’ and ‘Stay With Me’

They also take on "Stay With Me" and "Since U Been Gone"

You know those people at karaoke who always seem to sing the wrong words, even when the lyrics are right there on the screen? Well, on Friday night’s episode of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon and Chris Pratt sang incorrect lyrics completely on purpose.

In the segment, appropriately titled “Nonsense Karaoke,” Pratt begins by singing his version of “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson. Then Fallon takes on “Stay With Me” by Sam Smith. Finally, they perform a duet of Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Gone.”

It’s all completely ridiculous, but you have to admire their commitment.

Read next: The 10 Funniest Things Chris Pratt Said in His Reddit AMA

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Watch Jack Nicholson React to Jared Leto as The Joker

Batman's famous foe gets a makeover

An entertainer known as “ToniEmCee” has created a video that makes it look like actor Jack Nicholson is sobbing at a terrifying new photo of Jared Leto as a tattooed version of The Joker from the upcoming film Suicide Squad — an image that has now become a meme.

The clip adapts a scene from the 2002 movie About Schmidt, in which the three-time Academy Award winner — who played The Joker in the 1989 Batman — breaks down while looking at drawing by Ngodu, a six-year-old Tanzanian boy whom he sponsors.

Read next: See Jared Leto as The Joker in Suicide Squad

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Taylor Swift–Loving, Lip-Syncing Cop Returns With Dash-Cam Duet

It's a follow-up to his "Shake It Off" dance-along

Officer Jeff Davis and his dash cam are back – and this time they have company.

The Dover, Delaware, policeman, who became Internet famous for his carefree dance-along to Taylor Swift‘s “Shake It Off,” has created a new musical video.

In the clip, Davis is joined in his cop car by Corporal Demetrius Stevenson. The uniformed duo spend a few seconds scanning the radio together before starting their act.

Stevenson lands on MAGIC!’s “Rude” first, initiating a domino effect of hits that each of the police officers masterfully sing and boogie along with. From “Turn Down for What” to “Cruise,” the shoulder-popping pair cover plenty of popular music genres during their five-minute drive.

Davis’ first “performance” ended up on the web as part of the Dover Police Department’s Dash Cam Confessionals series. With the second video’s view count climbing, it looks like it might be time for Dover to launch its own Lip Sync Battle.

This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.com.

TIME Food & Drink

Breast Milk Ice Cream Returns in Time for Upcoming Royal Birth

The Licktators

With the objective of reminding mothers of the benefits of breastfeeding

For the (fearless) ice cream lovers and dedicated royal baby watchers out there, there’s a special frozen delight just for you.

London-based ice cream company The Licktators teamed up with breastfeeding campaigner Victoria Hiley to toast the birth of royal baby No. 2 and raise awareness for breastfeeding in public with a re-launch of their breast milk flavor Saturday.

Dubbing the famed sweet treat Royal Baby Gaga, the company will offer the specially branded flavor just in time for the birth in both pink and blue tubs. The ice cream, which launched temporarily in 2011, will also be available at select London retail locations and online later this week and throughout the summer.

“It’s the ultimate organic ice cream,” a rep for The Licktators (known for other imaginative flavors such as popcorn and cinnamon doughnut) tells PEOPLE.

The spokeswoman adds that the flavor is “free-range, freshly squeezed and totally natural. Perfect for any prince or princess.”

So, what exactly is in the breast milk ice cream recipe? The concoction blends donated breast milk – screened in line with hospital standards – and Madagascan Vanilla. (You can also whip it up at home, thanks to the Licktator’s online recipe.)

Hiley, a 30-year-old mom from Leeds, England, wanted to remind mothers of the benefits of breastfeeding.

“There was huge support from breastfeeding women for Baby Gaga ice cream in 2011, yet some politicians still [stigmatize] women for breastfeeding in public,” Hiley said in a statement.

A tub of Royal Baby Gaga is available for about $22 (€19.99). All proceeds will be donated to a breastfeeding charity.

This article originally appeared on People.com.

TIME Sports

Watch This Diver Do the Most Epic Back-Flop Ever

You will wince

Everyone has seen people at the pool messing around and belly-flopping into the water. But Juan Guillermo Ríos, a professional diver from Colombia, took it to the next level with a botched dive off a 10-meter platform during the Diving World Series.

He and his partner were attempting a tandem reverse 3 1/2 somersault dive, the Huffington Post reports, when Ríos got out of sync and hit the water right on his back. He coughed up blood and went to the medic clinic after the fall, but told fans he was unharmed.


North Carolina Roller Coaster Gets Stuck Mid-Ride 3 Times in a Week

Carowinds Record-Breaking Roller Coaster Fury 325.
AP Carowinds Record-Breaking Roller Coaster Fury 325.

It's the world's tallest and fastest giga coaster

Carowinds amusement park broke records in March after unveiling a new roller coaster called Fury 325. The steel ride, which is the world’s tallest and fastest giga coaster, has been continually malfunctioning, however, and stalled for the third time in less than a week on Saturday, according to reports.

Visitors to the amusement park in Charlotte, North Carolina, told local news station WSOC that the ride stalled several times at the top of a steep incline.

Officials from the park, which bills itself as the “Thrill Capital of the Southeast,” told WSOC that the ride stopped “because a safety mechanism detected a problem.”

“I was debating whether I was going to get on it or not because it’s a scary thing when it gets stuck when you’re in the line, and then it gets stuck directly after you get off,” park visitor Aimee Eudy told a WSOC reporter.

Fury 325 is named for its height; it is categorized as a giga coaster because it falls between a range of 300 to 399 feet. During the ride, which last 3 minutes 25 seconds, the coaster travels up to 95 m.p.h. and drops riders at a 81-degree angle, according to NBC News.

“The safety of our guests and associates at Carowinds Amusement Park is paramount. Our rides have a sophisticated, computerized system that can cause ride stoppages as a precautionary measure,” Carowinds officials said in a statement to WSOC.

This article originally appeared on People.com.

TIME movies

Watch the Teenage Spawn of Disney Villains in the Trailer for Descendants

"They're at their best when doing their worst"

If you’ve ever wondered if evil skips a generation, the trailer for the Disney Channel’s forthcoming TV movie Descendants would suggest that it doesn’t. The movie features the spawn of four of Disney’s most heinous villains: Sleeping Beauty’s Maleficent (Kristen Chenoweth), Snow White’s Evil Queen (Kathy Najimy), Aladdin’s Jafar (Maz Jobrani) and 101 Dalmatians’ Cruella de Vil (Wendy Raquel Robinson).

In the TV movie, the wicked offspring — Mal, Evie, Jay and Carlos — leave the rough-and-tumble streets of the island prison they call home to attend a fancy prep school with abundant opportunities to wreak havoc. They’re like the kids skipping class and smoking cigarettes in your average high school parking lot, but minus the cigarettes (this is Disney), instead using hair dye, leather and magic spells to signify their rebellion.

But these teens have a choice: to carry on the legacy of evil they’ve inherited, or to forsake their birthright and do good. What ever will they choose? The suspense is killing us.

TIME movies

This Video Puts All the Studio Ghibli Easter Eggs in One Incredible Supercut

Including Easter eggs from My Neighbor Totoro and Howl's Moving Castle

Hayao Miyazaki is a master animator, but he’s also a master of guerrilla marketing. A new video from YouTube channel Movie Munchies shows how Miyazaki subtly snuck the name of his animation studio, Studio Ghibli, into his films, including on a bus billboard in Kiki’s Delivery Service and multiple times into Porco Rosso.

Miyazaki also planted little reminders — or Easter eggs — of his past work into his films, which until now, were only there for eagle-eyed fans and repeat viewers. Examples of Miyazaki playing homage to his past work include a Jiji the Cat pillow in a bedroom in Spirited Away, a Castle in the Sky character walking down the street in Howl’s Moving Castle and a Totoro book on the shelf in the library in Whispers of the Heart. He even managed to take a page out of Alfred Hitchcock’s and Stan Lee’s books and inject a little caricature of himself into the films.

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