Goldfish Live In Deep Fat Fryer

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+98 1. hdwg commented 10 years ago

BP must be responsible for this ad. Seems they want us to believe that anything under their oil won't be harmed in the Gulf of Mexico.
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+25 2. aceair commented 10 years ago

A smart solution to a very weird problem: I want to display my goldfish while cooking and I can't be bothered with feeding them by hand. :P
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+5 3. joka232 commented 10 years ago

i bet they die of thier weight!
i think if it still applies to being underwater...
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+8 4. cotter69 commented 10 years ago

Wonder how long they will survive in there lol.
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+7 5. PaterSin commented 10 years ago

hm I was expecting some fish to get fried guess I was wrong^^
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+3 6. soultanos commented 10 years ago

#1 nice thinking....!
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+1 7. Sizzlik (admin) commented 10 years ago

haha #1 ..good point >:)
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+8 8. Redline1234567 commented 10 years ago

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Guess they wont surive for that long... they wont get enough oxyden to surive.
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+5 9. badboy007 commented 10 years ago

I new it would be Japanese
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+7 10. Qiler commented 10 years ago

Ewww... enjoy fries with fish shit in it. Also they have no air filter there so they are going to die eventually.
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+3 11. arakawa commented 10 years ago

I`m not one of those crazy environmentalists, but what was the point of this thing? It didn`t solve any eventually problem they would have with left overs on the oil and it lets a shitty water for the fish.
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-4 12. irishgek commented 10 years ago

ok first off im now getting very loud adverts which i can not turn off which is stupid while im trying to watch a clip and also

#11 ya what the hell is this like some times the japanese are so thick this is ridculas and totally wrong animal crulty for sure i know there only gold fish but do they need to be treeted like this and i think there frying fish in there ya thats great a diet of dead fryed best friend and greese and some batter.

Its bad enough what they do to whales now there starting on gold fish too
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+4 13. nofreeusername commented 10 years ago

i do not think that the fish are actually happy! this will jst deter people away from McDonalds!
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+2 14. Gochella commented 10 years ago

no gasping for air i believe..
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+5 15. laughingscorpion commented 10 years ago

Those fish were prolly belly-up the next morning. :(
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+3 16. kaleemsaudia commented 10 years ago

check the blood pressure of all fish :D
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+4 17. Trooper commented 10 years ago

Ok, this is a hoax and one doesn't need to have a deep understanding to thermodynamics to know that floating boiling oil over water will cause some amount of heat transfer.

Thing with this is that the oil would never reach the cooking temperature unless the water also reached the same temperature. In this scenario, the water would act as a cooling agent to the oil.

Mark my words, if the oil and water are in direct contact, there is ABSOLUTE certainty that heat transfer would occur.

This is obviously a clever marketing ploy, designed to wow customers by making them believe the impossible.

And heat transfer is the same reason why we have to insulate the walls in buildings in cold climates.
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-3 18. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

What about all the fish crap? It kind of floats >:) Good eating...
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+2 19. Baboon commented 10 years ago

00:50 boing boing boing, Clun! Clun! :)