PS those are the GOOD kind of "black-cat" style medium sized firecrackers.
They had the green wick like an M80 or M90 does. And they have the water-resistant red outter wrapping with paraffin or whatever... so you can toss them in a pool and pretend they're depth charges and you're hunting for the red october :P
PS water doesn't compress. What a dingus! He basically hit the inside of his porcelain throne with a sledgehammer made of water.
I want a mythbusters episode on this, so we can know if it was the compressed explosive force or the water hammer afterwards that broke the toilet.
FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS DEMONSTRATION WATER DOES NOT COMPRESS
5 ghost stars for the banality of oddeye. He probably thinks he just gave us new information.
No, just correct information. Try it sometime.
|That guy |
"Hey, um... Dad?
Are you in a good mood right now?"
I really want to know what they thought was going to happen.
Eh, they were kids. They thought they'd get a tiny geyser, have a quick laugh, and do it again.
But yeah, Physics, bitch.
something cool but not that bad but awesome and not all fucked up but pretty sick
Seems like in the related ones (who knew there were so many) it kinda just creates a big splash. Which begs the question: why is this a thing in the first place? I could see some fun in throwing this into a (fishless) pond or big puddle or something, but the least that can happen is a watery mess in your bathroom, or things like this. This is why god invented the outdoors, kids.
I found myself asking this same question and laughing all last evening. What the hell was he expecting to happen? The little fuckers are _designed_ specifically to destroy toilets. Their shock and surprise was as amusing as the event itself.
I'm guessing they saw the Simpsons episode where Bart flushed a cherry bomb at school while Principal Chalmers was on the toilet.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
That's how you kill submarines.
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