The outlet challenge or when Tide Pods are not enough

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:no_mouth:

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And yet… one has to wonder if these “challenges” aren’t nature’s way of purging the stupid.

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Yeah, but that’s too easy. Really awesome kids do the “Jump Off of the Overpass Onto a Moving Semi” challenge.

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Unfortunately I don’t hear about any Darwin Award winners though.

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Then even if they die its always “They were such a good kid with a bright future” instead of " The idiot stuck thier tongue in an outlet and got bitch slapped by darwin".

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100% correct

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With this coin & charger challenge it’s true. Their future is really bright for a few seconds. Then it’s over in flash.

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:rofl: :+1:

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I was a foreman or some related shit on a job and explained to a guy how he could put a 4 penny nail in an outlet to release the wires

Then watched as he did it

with the power still on

I still laugh from that one

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How bad was it?

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ohh not bad, just a 110 shock, he got me back a few times, we’d spar often, he was a feisty fella

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So you took it too far and he died?

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He probably did

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Millennials: Your next challenge awaits you. :laughing:

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People have pissed on electric fences as long as there has been electric fences. That one we cant take credit for.

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:rofl:

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This was just on the news, must be getting popular. someone needs to tell them a quarter and 240 works even better.

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Pussies, we used to challenge each other to touch 110V in all sorts of inventive ways, you gotta hold onto that shit for the full experience.
A 100 ohm resistor inserted in a public outlet is a neat little show. It gives you enough time to get across the room before it smokes, glows, and then bang with a bright flash. but I only ever saw it done…really.

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:rofl:This is the post I received an “Empathetic” badge. :rofl:

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