Natural Wonders

Here’s What Happens When You Pour Molten Copper Into The Middle Of A Coconut

...or "how to turn your coconut into an oversized hand grenade"

Back in December of 2015, a great rivalry was thrust upon us like none we had seen before; out of nowhere, a flaming fire took on a familiar tropical favourite in a fight to the death which ultimately neither would win.

The five-million-view video would, of course, be the start of the “Molten Copper vs Coconut” saga, which would go on to span not two, not three, not four, but just the one subsequent sequel. And that sequel has been released today.

If you’re wondering what to expect in part two, then we would advise watching part one first. It’ll set the tone nicely. It’s like the Michelangelo vs. Leonardo da Vinci rivalry played out in artistic form, like watching Coke vs. Pepsi come to life, like watching a dude pour molten copper into a coconut.

The second one fits the mould of the Hollywood sequel pretty much to a tee. It keeps all the main plot points from the first one, and then just adds more explosions – except this sequel is actually better than the original.

If the first one was fast and furious, the second one is 2 Fast 2 Furious. It’s got all the extra cast members – a better camera, MORE molten lava, LESS coconut water, a coconut that is so damn good looking we’d wed it in a second – and it’s even more explosive than the first.

So, without further ado, let us unveil to you the latest epic war from the world of the viral video – 2 Molten Copper 2 Coconut:

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