whisky trick. not oc.. better yet, you could drink the whiskey, dump the water out, so now you have two glasses for whiskey. whisky trick
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#19 - Omegaeghas (01/29/2013) [-]
better yet, you could drink the whiskey, dump the water out, so now you have two glasses for whiskey.
#12 - agentmoleman (01/28/2013) [-]
How about you turn that water into whiskey and then we'll talk..
#51 to #12 - ienjoyrofling (01/29/2013) [-]
Just give me some yeast and barley and maybe 3 years time.
#27 to #15 - hoorayforshane (01/29/2013) [-]
Dammit you beat me to it. Good on ya, kid.
#46 - alucord (01/29/2013) [-]
I was half expecting after: can we switch whiskey with water without an intermediary glass   
   
With: NO!   
Followed by a guy downing a shot
I was half expecting after: can we switch whiskey with water without an intermediary glass

With: NO!
Followed by a guy downing a shot
#26 - anon (01/29/2013) [-]
Amazing...
You discovered a high school level science principle (density and separation of liquids).
User avatar #29 to #26 - mrjweezy ONLINE (01/29/2013) [-]
damn you i just posted that
#123 - summonsplix (01/29/2013) [-]
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User avatar #148 - fourtwentt (01/29/2013) [-]
i tried this at home and got my dick stuck in a prostitute..
#32 - precision (01/29/2013) [-]
SO THAT'S HOW HE DID IT.

PIC TOTALLY RELATED, THAT LYING ASSHOLE.
#66 - bavmann (01/29/2013) [-]
Riddle me this. If alcohol is miscible in water (soluble at all proportions of water/alcohol) why do the two liquids not mix together into a single homogenous mixture?
#75 to #66 - anon (01/29/2013) [-]
whiskey isnt 100% ethanol, its got portions of other chemicals as well. If the ethanol in the whiskey and the water mixed you would never know it because ethanol is a clear liquid. Only way to tell if the ethanol and water mixed would be to taste the water and taste the whiskey to see if either tasted "off."
User avatar #76 to #75 - gelind (01/29/2013) [-]
FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU. funnyjunk you are supposed to auto log me in, wtf....
#82 to #76 - silasdg (01/29/2013) [-]
Feel lucky at work on my lunch break FJ auto logs me out when I hit submit. So I can check to make sure i'm logged in then hit submit and it submits as anon.

Pisses me off I tell you hwat.
#95 to #75 - bavmann (01/29/2013) [-]
Consider that the volume of whiskey and water do not change as the final result that's shown to us looks identical to the initial shot glasses.

Whiskey (Johnny Walker Black Label at least) is 40% alcohol by volume. If some of the alcohol from the whiskey mixes in with the water, the final volumes would be off compared to the initial.

I'm not saying that its false, I've never tried it so I cannot say for certain, but chemistry hints that they would mix into a homogenous mixture. Especially because I've had that exact whiskey before and I don't remember my ice cubes melting and forming a bubble of water at the bottom of my glass.
#45 - Shindagoku (01/29/2013) [-]
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User avatar #90 to #45 - dafuqman (01/29/2013) [-]
i love how he pauses for just a moment and is like, "Oh **** ."
#107 - herbolifee (01/29/2013) [-]
ALBERT HEIJN!!
User avatar #70 - ieatcookies (01/29/2013) [-]
The only mistery: Does it taste the same?
User avatar #80 to #70 - TheLastNinja (01/29/2013) [-]
Might as well have a series of tests to determine.... 10 should do the trick
User avatar #99 to #80 - Silver Quantum (01/29/2013) [-]
i think after 10 tests, you will have forgotten what you were doing them for in the first place
User avatar #159 to #99 - TheLastNinja (02/11/2013) [-]
Or how they're supposed to taste (Haven't been on in weeks. sorry for being so late)
#33 - allinall (01/29/2013) [-]
I've actually done this and it actually works
User avatar #28 - mrjweezy ONLINE (01/29/2013) [-]
For the actual science behind this: the whiskey is less dense than the water.
therefor making it float to the surface of the top glass.
#34 to #28 - senhortobias (01/29/2013) [-]
orly?
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