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#168 - RedmondGore (02/14/2011) [-]
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User avatar #116 - briteshadow (02/14/2011) [-]
im gunna do this at home with my handy sulfur hexafluoride that is just chillin in my garage
User avatar #93 - Zydratejunkie (02/14/2011) [-]
Was anyone else reminded of Ganondorf when he laughed at the end?
#172 - theinternets (02/14/2011) [-]
This scared me to the end no no return.
#134 - charblaze (02/14/2011) [-]
where can one get some.... Sulfur hexaflouride?
User avatar #153 - langejoene (02/14/2011) [-]
Thanks for the front page guys! First time!
#147 - eddi (02/14/2011) [-]
DO WANT
User avatar #131 - pewond (02/14/2011) [-]
ITS SCIENTIFIC!!!
HAHAHAHAHHAHA
User avatar #91 - hellokaty (02/14/2011) [-]
he's my Bill Nye
#65 - Gaarasgirl (02/14/2011) [-]
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User avatar #67 to #66 - umdreonXD (02/14/2011) [-]
what animes that
User avatar #69 to #67 - CaptainObviousMan (02/14/2011) [-]
No clue. Got it off from someone else because I thought it was pretty funny.
#48 - KuroGunshoO (02/14/2011) [-]
he sounds demonic
#53 to #48 - BabyStealer (02/14/2011) [-]
I nearly **** my pants when he started talking
User avatar #6 - Fjcf (02/13/2011) [-]
I tried it at home.
User avatar #40 - SpicerHyx (02/14/2011) [-]
What if you inhale them both at once?
User avatar #43 to #40 - wuocha (02/14/2011) [-]
Your normal voice.
User avatar #45 to #43 - SpicerHyx (02/14/2011) [-]
Well you just shoved your logic straw in there and sucked the fun right out of it!
User avatar #46 to #45 - wuocha (02/14/2011) [-]
haha. Its either your normal voice or a huge explosion. (is that better) XD
#51 - anon (02/14/2011) [-]
The reason his voice gets lighter when he inhales the helium is because helium is lighter than the air we breathe i belive the heavier gas he inhaled is argon and it is more dense than air and makes his voice heavier. My chem teacher said if all you inhales was heavy stuff like argon and went back to light stuff like air you would sound squeeky for a long time
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User avatar #55 to #51 - Iritis (02/14/2011) [-]
Ummm...he definitely says sulfur hexaflouride not argon, and he says why helium makes his voice higher pitched.
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