Do you even lift, Spoon?. .. What have you done??
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#45 - iamasian (12/16/2012) [-]
What have you done??
User avatar #131 to #45 - muffinmanofmhs (12/16/2012) [-]
Do you have the link to this video? I forgot what it was entitled.
User avatar #52 to #46 - killerliquid (12/16/2012) [-]
And again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again, AND AGAIN
User avatar #90 to #52 - torexofthenight (12/16/2012) [-]
!!AND AGAIN!!!
#29 - mvtjets (12/16/2012) [-]
There is no spoon.............
There is no spoon.............
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#48 to #29 - christanych (12/16/2012) [-]
**christanych rolls 73** there is no dubs
#49 to #48 - christanych (12/16/2012) [-]
**christanych rolls 01** there is dubs
#51 to #49 - christanych (12/16/2012) [-]
**christanych rolls 99** dubs
#189 to #51 - Rascal (12/16/2012) [-]
please, dont tumb this cancer
#50 to #29 - christanych (12/16/2012) [-]
**christanych rolled a random image posted in comment #156 at SILK - Goku ** what i thought of
#205 - josieabby (12/16/2012) [-]
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User avatar #13 - havocnchaos (12/15/2012) [-]
Do not stick your cock in there.
#22 to #13 - taurusguy (12/15/2012) [-]
It wouldnt do anything, it is most likely acid made specially to dissolve iron. (but then again i would stick my finger in before my dick
User avatar #61 to #22 - lyiat (12/16/2012) [-]
Its normal water. The metal has an incredibly low melting point. It would melt in your hands if you held it for long enough.
#224 to #61 - taurusguy (12/16/2012) [-]
Like i was supposed to know? I just gave my opinion, but i forgot fj is full of ******* who hate that (thank god there is 4chan)
User avatar #243 to #224 - lyiat (12/16/2012) [-]
What the hell? I was explaining to you what it actually ******* was. I didn't insult you, asshole. You can royally **** off.
#246 to #243 - taurusguy (12/16/2012) [-]
I was thumbed down, i didnt point it out to you, i told that to whoever thumbed me down.....sorry for the confusion
User avatar #234 to #224 - asmodeu (12/16/2012) [-]
If that were acid and the spoon were made out of iron, the reaction would've been more violent (at least you'd expect some fizz out of it).
User avatar #31 to #13 - shazmothree (12/16/2012) [-]
I'm pretty sure it's just hot water and that the spoon is made of one of those metals that melts at a low temperature(compared to other metal's melting points)
User avatar #33 to #13 - philliyoMLB (12/16/2012) [-]
I didn't know people went around stuffing their cocks into glasses of liquid.
User avatar #60 - maskedhippo (12/16/2012) [-]
now put your dick in it.
User avatar #23 - therealslim (12/15/2012) [-]
I believe thats gallium or something close to that name
It melts at 75 degrees if memory serves me but just holding that kind of metal is normally enough for it to melt
#32 to #23 - boothead (12/16/2012) [-]
Gallium is a semi-metal/metaloid...
User avatar #139 to #23 - dolandickbutt (12/16/2012) [-]
Fahrenheit or Celsius?
#145 to #139 - Rascal (12/16/2012) [-]
i'm sure by holding something with your hands will make it 75 degrees celsius.
User avatar #149 to #145 - dolandickbutt (12/16/2012) [-]
oh dang i dun goofed. haha excuse my minor stupidity
User avatar #24 to #23 - swimmingprodigy (12/16/2012) [-]
I think its melting point is 86?
User avatar #26 to #24 - therealslim (12/16/2012) [-]
That sounds about right
I havent studied minerals for about 2-3 years now
so I couldnt remember
User avatar #27 to #26 - swimmingprodigy (12/16/2012) [-]
it's fine, no harm done.

If I remember correctly, you can just outright buy some gallium from a certain website. Pretty cool i think
#188 - feffog ONLINE (12/16/2012) [-]
Gallium spoon coming into contact with warm water   
   
gallium is a metal that only retains solid properties when in a room that is cold, but when heated above room tempreture heat levels, it melts
Gallium spoon coming into contact with warm water

gallium is a metal that only retains solid properties when in a room that is cold, but when heated above room tempreture heat levels, it melts
#153 - rghrbogbaroy ONLINE (12/16/2012) [-]
User avatar #165 - malevolentspoon (12/16/2012) [-]
I lift occasionally, since you asked. Though, it's kinda widespread and random when I lift, and how heavy the thing I'm lifting is.
#7 - jamesrustler (12/15/2012) [-]
Chemically, someone needs to tell me what's going on here.

Is the spoon made of something you can dissolve in whatever water/acid that is, or is
it some special acid?
User avatar #8 to #7 - ryantheatheist (12/15/2012) [-]
It didn't dissolve, it melted.
#30 to #8 - cactuscheese (12/16/2012) [-]
That picture.
That picture.
#100 to #7 - Rascal (12/16/2012) [-]
The metal of the spoon was probably Gallium, a metal with a melting point of about 86 F, about body temperature. It can actually melt in your hands if you hold it long enough, so it would not have any problem melting in what is probably the warm water.
User avatar #114 to #100 - jamesrustler (12/16/2012) [-]
Simplistic but well explained, thanks helpful anon
User avatar #9 to #7 - Sarcasticsoldier (12/15/2012) [-]
There is a certain metal (Gallium, I think) that has a really low melting point, as in it can be melted by hot tea.

Its used in sprinklers (fire starts, melts metal, water flows) and used by a chemist (Dont remember name) to pull practical jokes by inviting people to tea, giving them the special spoons, and waiting for them to try and stir their sugar in.
User avatar #11 to #9 - gildemoono (12/15/2012) [-]
I can confirm this, it is gallium metal which is solid at room temp but melts before reaching body temperature, its a really fun toy to goof around with since its not toxic like mercury and only really lethal if ingested.
User avatar #12 to #11 - isradam (12/15/2012) [-]
What if someone like me that doesn't take the spoon out of the tea comes over? .__.
User avatar #14 to #12 - gildemoono (12/15/2012) [-]
Then they enjoy an inconvenient case of, pause for dramatic effect.... dermatitis. thats it.
User avatar #15 to #14 - isradam (12/15/2012) [-]
Wait hold on...

So... I swallow a spoon... and I just get a rash?
User avatar #16 to #15 - gildemoono (12/15/2012) [-]
Thats all we know so far considering:
A) very few people are too stupid to ingest gallium
B) we're not exactly allowed to force feed gallium to people and see what happens

just dont swallow it mmmkay?
User avatar #38 to #12 - aahrg (12/16/2012) [-]
the whole spoon would melt in...


also, you would see it while stirring
User avatar #220 to #38 - isradam (12/16/2012) [-]
I'm not saying I'm dumb, I just have a very short attention span.
User avatar #99 to #11 - linktheherooftime (12/16/2012) [-]
Would the tea still be good if I fished out the gallium?
User avatar #127 to #99 - gildemoono (12/16/2012) [-]
to be safe you should cool the tea so that the gallium solidifies to scoop it up
User avatar #167 to #9 - slowyourtroll (12/16/2012) [-]
and this is why i never ask for sugar in my tea


god damn chemistry majors thinking their so damn smug.

i drank that **** and well, **** was all metally and ****
User avatar #41 to #9 - wastelandgunner ONLINE (12/16/2012) [-]
Yes, this is Gallium, and the melting point is 85 Degrees Fahrenheit.
User avatar #228 to #41 - crampers (12/16/2012) [-]
39 Celsius if you want to know
or
312,15 Kelvin if that is what floats you.
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#17 to #9 - jamesrustler (12/15/2012) [-]
Thanks mate
Thanks mate
User avatar #185 - vladhellsing (12/16/2012) [-]
Now put your dick in it.
User avatar #217 to #185 - vizz (12/16/2012) [-]
then you would just have a wet dick.
#225 to #217 - aerosol (12/16/2012) [-]
Really? I must've done something wrong then, because when tried it the results were a little more dramatic than I had anticipated.
Really? I must've done something wrong then, because when tried it the results were a little more dramatic than I had anticipated.
#222 - fuckyouaswell (12/16/2012) [-]
Alright, now put your dick in it.
#126 - makhan ONLINE (12/16/2012) [-]
#231 - andrewjla (12/16/2012) [-]
guise, hey guise, i think it's gallium...
guise, hey guise, i think it's gallium...
User avatar #232 to #231 - dritz (12/16/2012) [-]
Aside from Gallium doesn't Nickel Titanium do something similar?
#253 to #232 - Rascal (12/27/2012) [-]
NO
#247 to #232 - andrewjla (12/16/2012) [-]
idk, I'm not a chemist
#159 - alcatronz ONLINE (12/16/2012) [-]
God damn it, Sp00n.
#238 - biot (12/16/2012) [-]
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User avatar #193 - furryflava (12/16/2012) [-]
this is gallium i think,its a metal that can melt quickly in a mildly hot condition and it looks a lot like mercury when melted .u.
User avatar #194 to #193 - truemox (12/16/2012) [-]
Wood's metal and Feild's metal also do this. Gallium is notable because it's an element with such a low melting point, however it easily stains skin and quickly oxidizes.
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