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Cooking while Driving. Tailpipe Barbecue Grill (3 pics)

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  • 25 Sep, 2012  |
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Here is a very interesting concept. Now you can cook your hamburger while driving. Just attach this device to your car's tailpipe and drive for a while. The exhaust does not come into contact with meat because the device only uses the hot air to heat the upper element.

1 Cooking while Driving. Tailpipe Barbecue Grill (3 pics)


2 Cooking while Driving. Tailpipe Barbecue Grill (3 pics)


3 Cooking while Driving. Tailpipe Barbecue Grill (3 pics)


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№1 Author: bowlervtec (25 Sep 2012 01:23) Total user comments: 1367


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yeah, cause i want a carbon monoxide burger.

also, it would take forever to cook just because the exhaust gasses arent very hot when they exit the tail pipe.
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№2 Author: Wes (25 Sep 2012 02:15) Total user comments: 438


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cancer included
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№3 Author: Jimmy Johnson (25 Sep 2012 02:22) Total user comments: 5518


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"I aint falling for no banana in the tailpipe."
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№4 Author: plaidpancake (25 Sep 2012 05:12) Total user comments: 2475


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i don't think it's going to taste good either
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№5 Author: cutemood (25 Sep 2012 13:12) Total user comments: 140


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"The exhaust does not come into contact with meat because the device only uses the hot air to heat the upper element."

So it would not taste of exhaust gases and won't be toxic.

Still I don't know if it is a good idea (hard to say before trying) and seems rather strange, but who knows.
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№6 Author: alexacrow (25 Sep 2012 18:07) Total user comments: 1161


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No way! 02
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№7 Author: Lu (25 Sep 2012 18:53) Total user comments: 15096


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If that car backfires, the biker behind him is going to get a hammy for free. 07
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№8 Author: RWhitcher (25 Sep 2012 23:51) Total user comments: 72


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What's the point? 13
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№9 Author: johnny Reynoso (27 Sep 2012 06:50) Total user comments: 3712


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39 39 39 39 39 ewwwwwwwwww
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№10 Author: adzhoe (19 Nov 2012 06:01) Total user comments: 14995


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Instant obsolescance
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