Baking Bad: The Shocking Recipe That's Taking the Internet by Storm

Riley Sundew

Updated Thursday, March 7, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

In a world of viral TikTok trends and outrageous challenges, it seems there's no limit to what people will do for a few minutes of internet fame. The latest video making waves on social media is called "Baking Bad," and it's raising eyebrows for all the wrong reasons.

The video starts innocently enough, with a voiceover guiding viewers through the process of making m***ins. But as the tutorial progresses, it takes an unexpected turn into unhinged territory. The narrator's voice, generated by an AI model, adds an eerie touch to the already bizarre content.

One comment on the video perfectly captures the absurdity of the situation: "I feel like if you make and eat a m***in made out of pure cocaine, you’re going to be able to share them with either god, the devil, or the koala in about 5 minutes." Clearly, this is not your average baking tutorial.

The use of an AI voiceover in the video has also sparked mixed reactions from viewers. While some appreciate the fittingly creepy tone, others find it annoying and unbearable. As one comment puts it, "The fake voice is still annoying even when it fits. This is exactly what I imagine the TikTok AI voice-over female model does all day, cooking with cocaine or meth or whatever."

But let's take a step back and examine the actual recipe itself. The video mentions that flour is a crucial ingredient in m***ins, acting as a binding agent and providing texture and structure. The proteins in wheat flour bind with water to form gluten, which holds everything together. The rising agent adds air, while eggs contribute flavor, moisture, and general yumminess.

However, the narrator makes an interesting comparison between flour and cocaine. While flour has gluten, bounds, and fluff, cocaine has none of these properties. It's a stark contrast that highlights the absurdity of the video's premise.

Of course, it's important to remember that this video is purely for entertainment purposes and should not be taken seriously. Drug use is illegal and dangerous, and this video serves as a cautionary tale about the potential consequences of substance abuse.

Some viewers have drawn connections between the video and popular culture references. One comment humorously suggests a children's book titled "If You Give Your Neighbor A Cocaine M***in." Others compare the video to the hit TV series "Breaking Bad," known for its dark and unconventional storyline.

While the video may be controversial, there's no denying its impact on social media. Viewers have been quick to share their thoughts, with comments ranging from shock and disbelief to amusement and curiosity. It's clear that "Baking Bad" has struck a chord with internet users, sparking discussions and debates.

As with any viral video, there are always those who question its authenticity. Some viewers speculate whether the video was created on TikTok, while others ponder the possibility of it being a DIY kit to make Coca-Cola at home, reminiscent of a bygone era.

In the end, "Baking Bad" serves as a reminder of the power of social media to captivate and entertain. It's a cautionary tale that highlights the importance of responsible content creation and consumption. While the video may have its fair share of controversy, it's crucial to approach it with a critical eye and prioritize safety above all else.

So, the next time you stumble upon a video that seems too outrageous to be true, remember to question its motives and take everything with a grain of salt. After all, not everything you see on the internet is as it seems.

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Top Comments from Imgur

Cabreza

I feel like if you make and eat a m***in made out of pure cocaine you’re going to be able to share them with either god, the devil, or the koala in about 5 minutes.

laserfrog

I appreciate that it went to unhinged land at the end. The fake voice is still annoying even when it fits.

MySushi

This is exactly what I imagine the TikTok AI voice-over female model does all day, cooking with cocaine or meth or whatever

FartsSmellBad

Imagine just eating like 1/2 oz of cocaine, multiple times

kingkongkeom

Flour acts as a binding agent and is largely what provides the m***ins texture and structure. When the proteins in wheat flour bind with water they form what you know as gluten. Those form connections with other molecules and hold the whole thing together. The rising agent then provides the fluff (air) and some egg gives you flavour/moisture/general yumminess. Cocaine on the other hand has nogluten, no bounds and no fluff. 1/2

Freak0zoid

Ew, tiktok ai voice

TheFastpaws

I couldn't get through it with that awful f***ing TikTok voice.

UmamiMama

Geesuz, is this TikTok?

agfSmitty

Ah that famous children's book, If You Give Your Neighbor A Cocaine M***in

kriswinters

Baking to get baked.

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