NASA astronaut proves pudding is more fun in space

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NASA astronaut Jack Fischer is taking some time off from his serious astronaut duties to play with his food.

Fischer shared a video of himself building a tower of pudding in microgravity and then eating his own creation.

Fischer rigged up a spoon held in place on the edge of a work space and then squeezed the pudding out of a bag.

It jiggles around but stays suspended until he starts eating it, at which point he has to chase a chunk of it through the air.

This is proof that eating pudding, or anything for that matter, is more fun in space than on Earth.