Once again the comments more than make up for the lack of funny in the video
Yeah, the YouTube comments make this video complete. They alternate between "Wow! That's amazing! I tried it, it works!" and "Hey, wait a minute, that doesn't REALLY work... does it?", complete with 9th grade science notes on organic chemistry.
The trolls who say it works and urge everyone to do it are the funniest part of the youtube comments. That, and the suckers who go "it ruined my microwave! and no diamonds!"
|Sudan no1 |
I can't help wondering what that smells like.
|Meatsack Jones |
But will they power a laser? That's what I want to know.
I like how they come out pre-cut. FYI: you can also do this with kitty litter.
No troll here: it worked for me!
You know, this really does work if you do it exactly right. However, the resultant product is not diamonds, but those cheap-ass things they sell on QVC, making the whole experiment worthless. Ghetto blingers are the only people who'd be fooled.
Diamonds-in-the-microwave smoke. Don't breathe this!
You can also drink the waste water. Do not throw it!
You can drink it it's an excellent rejuvenator. It cures your cells from inside.
|Eroticus E |
TLD541 | July 09, 2007
bull crap there is no possible way you could make dimonds in the microwave because I tried it and plus the dimonds were cut
in youtube comments:
"This is brilliant! Can't wait to get started, but I have a peanut allergy--can't even be near the stuff. Can I substitute cashew butter or some other manner of ground nut?"
''fresh diamonds in the microwave, yeah'' but whats even better is how the diamonds are cut diamonds. not raw... hahha
|Ahriman the Creepy Lurker |
Man, what a dumb faggot--everyone knows cashew butter makes rubies.
Stupid people are hilarious.
They give a shout out to Joe Champion of Rangeguide.com for providing the recipe. This video went up January 07 and Rangeguide.com was expired in August of 02. It's a squat site now and has no presence on Wayback.
Also, Blingbook.com is an annoying Flash movie that redirects to the Amazon page of the book when you click on it. I wonder if they get referral fees for that?
God, do I love stupid people.
|K Clobber |
No, this actually does work, but you have to use real coal, not charcoal. I've done it.
|Centennial Ostrich |
Amazingly the diamonds emerge clean and precut. But only if you "cook 'em real good" like.
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