|Spoonybard - 2010-12-15 |
It's spelled 'Saskatchewan'
half dozen of the other
|Lurchi - 2010-12-15 |
No way, a boring Canadian?!
No way, people that don't get excited over nothing.
NOW WITH ADDED EXPLOSIONS AND SHOUTING
|mouser - 2010-12-15 |
That would also not work if the water had not been boiling hot.
I used to have some friends that lived high in the Colorado Rockies that would send us videos of them doing this. While it never got 63 below, it would get around 20 or 30 below at times.
They always told me that when they would do the "water into snow" stunt, the water was at room temperature.
So I have come to the scientific conclusion that stuff freezes when its motherfucking cold.
|delicatessen - 2010-12-15 |
Next on mythbusters
|memedumpster - 2010-12-15 |
There is no reason to live in a place that gets that cold. It would have to be on another planet for me to even consider it.
|KillerGazebo - 2010-12-15 |
I grew up in Saskatchewan. One particularly cold day in the 8th grade we did this 'experiment' in our science class. The whole class lined up in a hallway that had large windows facing a courtyard. The class fucktard insisted on being the one who got to throw the bucket of boiling water into the air while the rest of us had to stay inside and write down what we observed as an exercise in journal writing.
The fucktard threw the water into the air creating a man-sized plume of steam which hung in position due to the low winds. He then proceeded to extend his arms out around him and prance into the cloud of steam, disappear for a moment, and then reemerge from the other side screaming in pain from the self induced full-body scalding he had endured.
On my suggestion we all handed in journals ending with "Conclusion: Subject is insane"
It was the best day ever.
Also, you can get almost unlimited entertainment out of creative use of liquids when it's -60 out.
I decided to give you the honour. Also, stop pointing out that we know each other IRL. It's totally not hipster.
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