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Obviously Magic

Lay DU rself:
it magic ian' t real then how thy you explain
It hardens Because the EDGE the cat) Ice cream. Put El
bottle in the fridge and wait. It' ll be a hunk at
no Fm pretty sure its magic it even awe "magic" on the mule and We got
a Snazzy turtle in a hat a magician , wear with a magic wand
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#9 - acidreign (10/13/2013) [-]
Why hasn't Magic Johnson died of AIDS yet?
Why hasn't Magic Johnson died of AIDS yet?
User avatar #18 to #9 - bjornkrage (10/13/2013) [-]
snorting monies
User avatar #59 to #9 - guyfunnyjunk (10/14/2013) [-]
Because he has a double life where he sells meth.
#43 to #9 - sofiesoflam (10/14/2013) [-]
Because his Johnson is Magic, and the aids can't conquer it. oh **** ****** i want overboard with the text modifiers
User avatar #13 to #9 - tomahawkit **User deleted account** (10/13/2013) [-]
magic
User avatar #20 to #9 - antzell (10/13/2013) [-]
He was cured from aids when he injected himself with cash.
User avatar #15 to #9 - myllamaispurple (10/13/2013) [-]
he has a lot of money
#2 - robrambo (10/13/2013) [-]
Um, when you eat that you're basically eating chocolate flavored wax.

Seriously, look it up.

I'm still going to eat it, though
User avatar #10 to #2 - jibb (10/13/2013) [-]
One time at my house there was a bottle of this, and it was apparently a year old or so.
When I poured it at my ice cream, it came as clear smudge. So yes, wax.
#35 to #10 - anon (10/13/2013) [-]
so its wax cus it caducates?
User avatar #36 to #2 - mcrut (10/13/2013) [-]
No you are not, it is due to the coconut and sunflower oil
#40 to #36 - robrambo (10/14/2013) [-]
Read below me, bud; it's been covered
User avatar #24 to #2 - tornadomad (10/13/2013) [-]
The "shell" effect in Magic Shell is due to the presence of coconut oil and sunflower oil, both of which contain high amounts of saturated fat, and sugar which produces a chocolate mixture which is solid at higher temperatures than would otherwise be the case with normal ice cream topping. Contrary to what many people believe, paraffin wax is not an ingredient of Magic Shell.

THANKS, WIKIPEDIA
#34 to #24 - robrambo (10/13/2013) [-]
Good job bud! Take my thumb
User avatar #3 to #2 - xxReaper (10/13/2013) [-]
Just did some research. So many different answers. Some say that it is paraffin wax, and different things about it (okay for consumption or not). Some other sources say that it is just thought to be and is actually just coconut oil with some other stuff. Hard to tell though, sources all so much unclear.

-and yes, still going to eat the **** out of it either way.
#8 to #3 - saxong (10/13/2013) [-]
You must be 			****		 at research.  Directly from the smuckers website: SUGAR, SUNFLOWER OIL, COCONUT OIL, COCOA, CHOCOLATE, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF: COCOA PROCESSED WITH ALKALI, SOY LECITHIN, MILK, SALT, VANILLA.   
   

			
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Also it's not like we have organizations across the world ensuring that products marketed as food are safe to eat or not.
You must be **** at research. Directly from the smuckers website: SUGAR, SUNFLOWER OIL, COCONUT OIL, COCOA, CHOCOLATE, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF: COCOA PROCESSED WITH ALKALI, SOY LECITHIN, MILK, SALT, VANILLA.

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Also it's not like we have organizations across the world ensuring that products marketed as food are safe to eat or not.
User avatar #17 to #8 - xxReaper (10/13/2013) [-]
Took that into account. According to this

www.chow.com/food-news/54102/how-does-magic-shell-ice-cream-topping-work/

It's not listed, but is used. I read everything before choosing only one source to go on. Not everything is truthful, so there is always the chance of someone being wrong. I simply didn't want to jump to conclusions on one source. I respect your opinion of my researching skills based on results. Thank you for your input.
User avatar #41 to #8 - hydraetis (10/14/2013) [-]
Not all used ingredients/chemicals are listed. In fact a lot of the time only a fraction of them are.
#4 to #3 - robrambo (10/13/2013) [-]
Good research, bud!

I looked on the back of a bottle once and it said something-"wax". I don't know, maybe one of us needs to get a bottle of it.

Could also be the same wax that Hersey uses for M&M's
User avatar #6 to #4 - defectivetoast (10/13/2013) [-]
hersey doesn't make m&m's.
#7 to #6 - robrambo (10/13/2013) [-]
Well, my point about the wax remains the same
#37 - neoexdeath ONLINE (10/13/2013) [-]
Goddammit Frank, with the sparkles, and the hat, you could NOT be any gayer if you had another mans hemipenes in your mouth.
#60 - melxgirl (10/14/2013) [-]
Some people
Some people
User avatar #23 - paquack (10/13/2013) [-]
I always thought that the turtle on the bottle was Franklin.
User avatar #29 - ryderjbudde (10/13/2013) [-]
When it comes to anything: Magic is just a lack of explanation.

Explain a lightbulb to Da Vinci. He might slightly understand if you've got a good understanding of how they work, but then try to explain your laptop. You might say something like, "It's magic, I ain't gotta explain **** , Leo."
User avatar #42 to #29 - heartlessrobot (10/14/2013) [-]
Unless someone had the capacity to truly tap into magickal forces. Magick shouldn't be used to explain what isn't truly a manipulation of spiritual forces, but it shouldn't be automatically dismissed simply because it is beyond comprehension.
User avatar #44 to #42 - ryderjbudde (10/14/2013) [-]
That's a very non-scientific thing to say.
User avatar #45 to #44 - heartlessrobot (10/14/2013) [-]
It's far more scientific than what you said. You shouldn't say something doesn't exist if you can't explain it, and magick does exist, even if it's just the psychological effect cause by symbols and words. If you look at the yin-yang symbol, you feel an impact, even before you knew what it was. That is magick. Science and magick can exist side by side. Now, I'm not saying there's a way to conjure demons or shoot lighting, that's ridiculous. But a visceral impact of a location, symbol, or word, without you knowing it's history or meaning can be explained as magick, unless you can find a scientific explanation. When you eliminate all other explanations, whatever is left no matter how ridiculous or implausible it seems, it is the only answer.
User avatar #47 to #45 - ryderjbudde (10/14/2013) [-]
There is nothing science can't explain, only people unwilling to be scientific enough to explain it. There is a scientific school for what you talk about, and it's called psychology.

Even if what you are talking about exists, it is scientific.
User avatar #50 to #47 - heartlessrobot (10/14/2013) [-]
Yes, it is scientific. Magick can be considered part of psychology, but it is caused by a spiritual or visceral entity instead of a physical being. This is just my belief system, but I believe there are spirits out there, malignant and benign. I'm not saying these are gods or all powerful deitys, but they are the closest to demons and angels that we can feel and define.
User avatar #51 to #50 - ryderjbudde (10/14/2013) [-]
Well, I'm not saying it's wrong to believe those things but when you delve into the realm of a belief that isn't covered by science, like the belief of spirits, you tend to lose science. That's why I said that's not very scientific. I'm not trying to change your beliefs, but it appeared you were trying to tell me that these things are for-sure, and they're simply not. As of now, there is no doubting that as far a spirits go, it's not a very scientific belief, and it's not for-sure. You can believe it, but I'm going to remain unconvinced, and if you're right, then that's my loss, okay?
User avatar #52 to #51 - heartlessrobot (10/14/2013) [-]
Look, I'm not talking heaven and hell type **** , I'm talking about beings that at this point in time we can't comprehend. Like atoms before their discovery. We just don't have the technology yet.
User avatar #54 to #52 - ryderjbudde (10/14/2013) [-]
I don't think you're talking about afterlife or religion stuff. I'm just saying that what you're talking about to some degree is pure, unproven belief.

Like, if we don't have the technology to know they're there, then how do you know they're there? You don't know, you think they are, which is fine, but just remember that as of know, this remains as a belief, because there is no current scientific way to prove the existence of a soul or of spirits, you even said it yourself. Go ahead and believe it, and maybe one day I'll be proven wrong, or maybe you will be, that's how science works.
User avatar #56 to #54 - heartlessrobot (10/14/2013) [-]
When Moseley invented the system used for the modern periodic table, he left room in his periodic table for elements not discovered yet. A true scientist always believes in the POSSIBILITY of what cannot be proven yet. They do not say it exists, but it would be a fallacy to outright say it does not exist merely because the technology to prove it hasn't been invented yet. Sure, maybe they do not exist and I'm a complete ******* looney-tune, but people should at the very least keep an open mind to all possibilities.
User avatar #57 to #56 - ryderjbudde (10/14/2013) [-]
But you're not keeping an open mind, your mind is made up. You seem pretty sure that these things exist. Part of keeping an open mind is acknowledging not only possibility but possible impossibilities as well. In any case, what you have decided upon is belief until it is proven, that's all I'm saying.

I mean, someone a long time ago guessed that everything was made up of tiny particles. His name was Democritus, and we have him in part to thank for the discovery of the atom because he inspired the scientific community to find the atom, but the atom did not exist simply because he believed in it. And he did not discover it either. He just thought long and hard, and believed something that he made up that happened to make sense, but there were tons of people at the time who believed in other things that made an equal amount of sense, but they ended up wrong once a couple of generations of scientists got their hands on the idea of what made up objects, and happened to prove Democritus's idea right.

Keep believing what you want, but remember that, as of now, while there's no reason for it to be false, there's an equal amount of reason for it to be true.
#46 to #29 - verby (10/14/2013) [-]
I could kind of explain it to him. Not that I understand it very well. But a feel like he would be able to grasp a lightbulb, its a pretty simple concept
User avatar #49 to #46 - ryderjbudde (10/14/2013) [-]
You'd have to explain electricity, and he wouldn't know what that is, so you would have to go on to explain how changing magnetic field produce an electrical current, and when you oscillate enough electrons at a certain frequency, it produces an electromagnetic ripple that, at that certain frequency can be detected by human photoreceptors, and interpreted by the brain as color and light. He might be able to grasp that, but that isn't exactly common knowledge, especially not for people of his time.
User avatar #70 to #49 - richardastley (10/14/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure you don't have to explain sight to people when they already just use it without having to understand entirely how it works.
#58 to #49 - verby (10/14/2013) [-]
You wouldn't even have to go that far. Electricity is more simply explained as the movement of electrons, explain how resistors and conductors work, and then tell him that certain resistors can produce light and heat, such as a lightbulb. I can also provide a fairly decent explanation of a radio transceiver.
User avatar #27 - thegamerslife (10/13/2013) [-]
I always thought this tasted like crap.
#63 - hdherpderp ONLINE (10/14/2013) [-]
#61 - uploaderdeleted (10/14/2013) [-]
The same reason Will Smith hasn't aged.
#71 - xdemonxfirex (10/14/2013) [-]
**xdemonxfirex rolled a random image posted in comment #4428978 at Click an item and pick it up ** MFW i know its magic.
**xdemonxfirex rolled a random image posted in comment #4428978 at Click an item and pick it up ** MFW i know its magic.
#68 - ellenrimbauer (10/14/2013) [-]
I love putting this stuff on my popcorn, it tastes amazing.
I love putting this stuff on my popcorn, it tastes amazing.
User avatar #67 - evilanakie (10/14/2013) [-]
i always put the ice magic in the fridge and nothing happens
#66 - anon (10/14/2013) [-]
**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #74 at ANIMALS WITHOUT NECKS!!! **
User avatar #55 - magnusraiden (10/14/2013) [-]
I can imagine some asshole saying "Religion in a nutshell"
User avatar #53 - supermanon (10/14/2013) [-]
Gonna go make some chocolate now
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