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+17 1. kaleemyork commented 6 years ago

go to the bathroom and clean ::(|)
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+10 2. cameramaster commented 6 years ago

I was getting deja Vu all the way through that.
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+10 3. Unknown commented 6 years ago

It seems,he withstand high voltage ! :O
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+9 4. 5ubZer0 commented 6 years ago

nice eyebrows though
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+6 5. LightAng3l commented 6 years ago

Dude... don't try to fix any 220V or 380V wall sockets/outlets.
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+28 6. MakeTnotWar commented 6 years ago

Alwyas nice to see a pro at work.
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+8 7. woodhatch commented 6 years ago

This had me in stitches. An educational video from a complete amateur!!!
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+7 8. flametamer commented 6 years ago

At least he learns from his mistakes. Now if he could just remember what he learned...
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+1 9. gouranga4ever commented 6 years ago

#4 *Eyebrow.. not plural.
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+9 10. markinpa commented 6 years ago

I think he knew what he was doing the whole time. The zapping was for effect.
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+9 11. snotraddict commented 6 years ago

Coming up next: How to use a toaster in the bathtub.
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+12 12. Thanny commented 6 years ago

He definitely knew what he was doing. A static discharge of that amount of charge (not much) is harmless. A 750kV discharge from a Van de Graaff generator isn't really painful, either. His timing and dead-pan warning delivery was perfect.
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+3 13. championay commented 6 years ago

thanks sheldon
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0 14. Bergsten commented 6 years ago

I haven't laughed that hard in a while! Just goes to show, some days you are better off staying in bed. :(|)
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0 15. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

We have a new Wiggy!
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0 16. housepony commented 6 years ago

HA HA HA . This is too funny, Darwin Award!!!!!!!
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0 17. rorrimOmirror commented 5 years ago

Talk about finding an odd way to use electrolysis......
I'm surprised this guy still has a hairy arm at the end of the video there!