November 29, 2015
We were super excited when we saw this egg pudding maker online, and when we saw this guy’s video about it we thought it was too good to be true. Turns out it was. This doesn’t make egg pudding! It just makes hard boiled scrambled eggs!
We spent so much time on this thing. Ahhh. Usually, we film our WTF videos for like, 20-30 minutes. This thing took hours out of our day, HOURS. Trying egg after egg after egg. The sun set, our lighting changed (and got really bad at the end, sorry) and we couldn’t get this to make it right. 30 minutes, 20 minutes, 15 minutes, 10 minutes, 5 minutes: all tasted gross. How the hell did the guy in that video above make his right? He puts on the timer for 30 minutes and he gets these deliciously creamy egg puddings. What bullshit! I thought at first that the saran wrap would save the egg somehow, because 30 minutes seemed excessive, but it did nothing. I don’t even understand what it’s for. I think it’s to make you feel an ounce of hope. Well, good job, instructions: you made me feel hopeful, and then crushed it mercilessly in your cold, bloodless hands.
I think I got so excited about this because I freaking love Japanese pudding. Whoa. Why hasn’t it caught on in Korea? It’s so delicious! And it’s in convenience stores everywhere in Japan! I really want to try a Gigapudding. That’s a bucket list right there. It probably won’t be the most tasty thing after the third spoonful, but it’ll be fill with joy and mirth, so I’ll eat it all and then call in sick the next day. Though I don’t really call in sick in my line of work. I’ll just tweet about it online: “Ate too much Giga Pudding; no videos this week.”
Anyhow, if any of you know how we could make this and get some good egg pudding out of this, please let me know before I throw this out of my window in a sobbing hissy fit. There must be a step or two that I missed out on…