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#75 - potatofarm
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#275 - arbazio
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Life is beautiful, sometimes..
#283 to #275 - arbazio
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And yet, there's a bitter-sweet, melancholic undertone that pulls on us all, like the ebb and flow of the sea, beckoning us to the sweet release of death.    
   
****, I need to sleep. Hah.
And yet, there's a bitter-sweet, melancholic undertone that pulls on us all, like the ebb and flow of the sea, beckoning us to the sweet release of death.

****, I need to sleep. Hah.
#150 - cometfire
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Pardon me, gents. I have some jewelry stores to rob, and some plates to break.
Pardon me, gents. I have some jewelry stores to rob, and some plates to break.
#182 to #150 - anon
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yondemasuyo azazel san
#33 - dalokan ONLINE
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#3 - lastsummershero
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This a beautiful practice
This a beautiful practice
#144 - snackman
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and thats the result
and thats the result
#107 - solarisofcelestia
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Something becomes greater only once it is broken and fixed? I know about that.
#138 to #107 - ninjabaconone
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#339 to #138 - solarisofcelestia
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Not exactly the example I was thinking of but yes.
Not exactly the example I was thinking of but yes.
#39 - abdullahmag
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it was art until they all got heavy metal poisoning.
#51 to #39 - Leopard
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Gold isn't poisoning. You can eat gold flakes without any ill effects.
#54 to #51 - abdullahmag
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"There are 35 metals that concern us because of occupational or residential exposure; 23 of these are the heavy elements or "heavy metals": antimony, arsenic, bismuth, cadmium, cerium, chromium, cobalt, copper, gallium, gold, iron, lead, manganese, mercury, nickel, platinum, silver, tellurium, thallium, tin, uranium, vanadium, and zinc (Glanze 1996). Small amounts of these elements are common in our environment and diet and are actually necessary for good health, but large amounts of any of them may cause acute or chronic toxicity (poisoning). Heavy metal toxicity can result in damaged or reduced mental and central nervous function, lower energy levels, and damage to blood composition, lungs, kidneys, liver, and other vital organs. Long-term exposure may result in slowly progressing physical, muscular, and neurological degenerative processes that mimic Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, muscular dystrophy, and multiple sclerosis. "
#76 to #54 - Crusader
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1 - You need iron in your blood, so it has to be extremely vast amounts
2 - Silverware is made out of stainless steel and in some cases, silver. Stainless steel has chromium and nickel in it. So if you can get lead poisoning from lead paint, then theoretically we would have died out a long time ago due to chromium-Nickel and/or silver poisoning.
3 - You would need massive amounts of any of those to have those long lasting symptoms, the reason that mercury is so bad is because it is usually used on it's own, and the initial sickness was less of having actual mercury poisoning and more of having a large amount of any substance that doesn't degrade placed inside your system.
#130 to #76 - harleyzone
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not really, it's the long term exposure that allows toxic absorption of such materials, lead paint is bad because it flakes, flakes turn into dust, and dust get's inhaled, same with asbestos insulation in attics, it powders and infiltrates air vents. stainless steel silverware/any silverware is fine because it's a short term contact, if you left that spoon in your acidic soup for a week and went to eat it there might be minor problems, but even then only if done regularly.

it's like how you can drink out of crystal lead glasses and be totally fine, but you aren't supposed to store liquid in them, especially something acidic like red wine. red wine in a lead crystal decanter left sealed for days and drunk from regularly can pose a health risk due to the dangerous levels of lead that can dissolve into the acidic wine in the decanter.

part of why old fillings are bad, they used mercury to make the metal malleable, the mercury could be absorbed through your gums after many years when the ph balance in your mouth is acidic, like after drinking acidic liquids, so gold fillings are unhealthy, but gold itself may not be, and you'd have to take a lot regularly to be an issue, like eating a lot of gold flake daily, or a supplement with excessive heavy metals, or inhaling powder/dust of that metal daily for long periods of time in your home.

but like anything else, small amounts in moderation is fine, you can even inhale/ingest cyanide in small enough amounts with no ill-effects, that's why it's well known that cyanide smells like almonds.
#64 to #54 - pseudobob **User deleted account**
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>large amounts

Yeah I guess when I die from gold poisoning I can auction off my body and pay a wizard to resurrect me from another universe.
#335 to #54 - Leopard
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So yea, admit you're wrong and I'm right.
#60 to #54 - Leopard
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"Although Gold is a heavy metal, it's also an inert heavy metal. It's very low in the Reactivity Series, and therefore doesn't easily react with other chemicals (more specifically it won't replace the metals above it in the Reactivity Series.) In practicality this means that Gold introduced into the body by ingestion typically passes straight through us without causing any ill effects. Lead on the other hand readily reacts with various acids, making it a far more dangerous prospect when ingested."
#74 to #60 - zoltardify
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goldschlager. that is all.
#104 to #60 - churrundo
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and that's one of the reasons why it's so valuable
#58 to #54 - abdullahmag
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#57 to #54 - anon
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Lol explain jewelry?
#61 to #57 - abdullahmag
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do you eat jewelry?
#63 to #61 - Leopard
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People do eat gold sometimes. Here is an image of the world's most expensive sundae. With edible gold leafs.
#70 to #63 - abdullahmag
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"Small amounts of these elements are common in our environment and diet and are actually necessary for good health, but large amounts of any of them may cause acute or chronic toxicity"
#77 to #70 - Crusader
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Wait, so, eating pure gold is OK.
But repairing a pot that was most likely used for storage of inedible and/or solid food-stuffs with gold will lead to heavy metal poisoning?
#132 to #77 - harleyzone
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no, but more than likely the gold was made into a malleable plaster with the use of mercury (my first guess could be way off) which would make it unhealthy for the person handling the gold paste, death clocks were made that way, also, if you were to do something weird, like spend an hour a day licking the seams of the pot, you may get slight mercury poisoning (maybe) but the pot should be totally fine.
#245 to #132 - Leopard
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Wrong. Gold dissolves in mercury.
#324 to #245 - harleyzone
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yes, that's why you use mercury to make the gold into a paste.
that is, for a fact, how dentists made gold fillings, and why you can't get one anymore, mix the right proportions and you get gold paste, let the mercury evaporate or burn it off and you get mostly solid gold (with a decent amount or residual mercury) left in whatever shape it was molded into. death clocks were made that way, and that's how they extract gold from gold rich sand in south america. I don't know for sure, but that is more than likely how the pots are done, a mixture of gold and mercury, just enough to make the gold like dough, too much mercury and it will dissolve into liquid and be mostly just mercury, but if the proportions are right you can use the paste as a plaster for the pot, and let it cure/burn it off to solidify the gold, but the mercury fumes from that are very toxic.
#334 to #324 - Leopard
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No.
#340 to #334 - harleyzone
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dude, my mother was a dental hygienist way back, she helped give many mercury amalgam fillings, you take a small bit of gold, put it with the correct amount of mercury and it makes an amalgam, this is a fact, there are hundreds of videos on youtube of people doing just this, quit trolling.
#244 to #70 - Leopard
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Same with anything.... even water.
#105 to #70 - churrundo
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and the plate has a large amount?
#92 to #70 - steavo
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Who the **** would eat a fatal amount of gold? Or any metal?
#91 to #54 - steavo
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You are so stupid.
#142 to #39 - shreddddzd
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Are you retarded?
#110 to #39 - fleszar
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poisoning my ass
#49 to #39 - creepingorion
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With all the people it killed, I guess you could call it...

*sunglasses*

DEATH METAL.
#293 - oisforapples
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my mum should learn from this next time I break something
#290 - ShockedNazi
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perfect!
#268 - nrobchavez
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hahaha, its funny cause that gold looks like a dick like in all those other pictures... or maybe im looking for somthing that clearly isnt there: somthing remotely funny...

on FUNNYjunk.com....
#298 to #268 - jrondeau **User deleted account**
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#277 to #268 - elitefourkoga
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you must be new here
#301 to #277 - failtolawl
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who is the one new here, the one with blueish shaded text to show 2 years of service, or the one using a ****** overused meme?
#319 to #301 - elitefourkoga
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ohh because i posted the picture of the meme? Or was i simply saying a sentence?

good try kiddo
#266 - gpinks
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#226 - anon
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#228 to #226 - gammajk
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ok
#158 - durkadurka
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Wow, that looks pretty good.
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#184 to #174 - contradiction
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i'm so grossly incandescent!
#42 - supermanisgay
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i hope im not the only one who thought of the star sapphire from eragon. anyone else?
#52 to #42 - anon
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im actually reading that book now
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#62 to #59 - supermanisgay
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i played the console game and the gameboy one, both were terrible but the gameboy one was better in my opinion
#79 to #42 - corundum
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THOSE BOOKS
#71 to #42 - mrmontombo
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Terrible movie, good book.
#287 - mattdoggy
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#276 - legitpedobear
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Holy ****, the feels right now.
Holy ****, the feels right now.
#229 - scilla
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items please ip ban
#230 to #229 - scilla
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AD,MIN please ip ban
#19 - anon
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Laughing so hard, my hand slipped and I clicked the red thumb instead of the green one.
#26 to #19 - konradkurze
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#20 to #19 - idancethefoxtrot
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Oh, goodness, I appear to have had the same issue with your comment.
#22 to #20 - AuroranRage
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Same here dude! Freaky...
#23 to #22 - idancethefoxtrot
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Your reaction picture makes me smile far more than it should.
#172 - swimmingprodigy
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I dont get this.
#185 to #172 - eddiethead
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Lets say you have this fancy pottery. But Oh noes! You're a clumsy dick-cheese and you crack it somehow.
Well ************, it just so happens you can that ugly ******* crack filled with some FINE ass gold/silver. Don't that **** look better? **** yeah it does.
Kintsukuroi, bitch.
#190 to #185 - swimmingprodigy
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yes I get that.



What I dont get is how is this funny and why is it one the front page.
#194 to #190 - eddiethead
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Why is it on the front page?    
Well I'm glad you asked, Swimmingprodigy!
Why is it on the front page?
Well I'm glad you asked, Swimmingprodigy!
#208 to #194 - swimmingprodigy
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so is this gif, but you dont see IT on the front page.
so is this gif, but you dont see IT on the front page.