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Mechanic Theon Parseghian transformed a 1967 houseboat and a crop-sprayer tractor into an amphibious houseboat that can operate efficiently on both land and water. He spent 6-months and $10,000 bringing his project to life. “I bought this houseboat because it was cool and local, and I knew I wanted to do something with it. I didn’t plan on converting it until maybe a year later. I was just brainstorming with a friend and we came up with the idea to put wheels on it and make it amphibious. And then yeah 500 people showed up for this event recently and I’m there with a boat which may or may not float! It was a little nerve wracking to say the least. But we got through it. Everything went really well and it was a perfect day. So yeah, the perfect launch really,” said Theon. Click here for the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing what would happen in Zelda’s Ganon had an assistant.