How It’s Made

On Sunday, I had a headache and camped out in front of the TV all day. Somehow I ended up on the Science channel, watching How It’s Made for more hours than I care to admit. I learned about potato chips, boot liners, light switches, Chinese furniture, concrete, Thai fish sauce, microprocessors, pop, fire trucks, and many more things. Fascinating stuff. The show also has a YouTube channel, which I’m now subscribed to.

I’ve always been interested in how things work or how they’re made. Probably explains why I also like Fast N’ Loud, where they restore cars, or Alaskan Bush People and Alaska: The Last Frontier, which chronicle how people live in the unforgiving state.

One Reply to “How It’s Made”

  1. When I was pregnant with the twins, How It’s Made was on Netflix (every season!) and I watched it ALL. I was obsessed. The early seasons are super Canadian -there was something hockey-related in every episode! Then around season 3, they went to Mexico, and each episode had two very-Mexico-specific items, plus one hockey item. I LOVE that show.

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