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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#24 - mynameisnotmike
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No AA batteries around? Only AAA?

No worries, just place some tin foil on the positive end of the AAA batteries in your device for a snug fit.
User avatar #126 to #24 - localcatbarber
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I always have the opposite problem.
#124 to #24 - kingkalientwo
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D'you know, I MIGHT have tried this a couple hours ago, but then I saw this...
I'm not even gonna try the hash browns recipe I found earlier, lest I end with half a frying pan embedded in me bollocks.
#158 to #124 - drunkasaurus
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laughed my ass off at this part
User avatar #113 to #24 - rawesome
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Pro tip:
If you only have one battery you can fill the other slot with tinfoil.
User avatar #98 to #24 - dannahammas
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the tinfoil would short out the batteries.
#112 to #98 - anon id: e390c7e6
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I don't think you know how electrical current works.
User avatar #217 to #112 - dannahammas
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i think i have an electrical education but i see now that both the batteries are facing the same way, but if the batteries where facing two different ways (which is very common) and the tinfoil was placed like that they would short out. what i'm trying to say is that shown image works (my bad, sorry) i didn't inspect the image, i just presumed what i thought logical.
#93 to #24 - ompalomper
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this makes me remember this

don't know if it should though
#88 to #24 - Revokeran
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AAA batteries are much more expensive than AA batteries. Why waste them like that?
#66 to #24 - golbot
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Not sure if trolling.... or complete ******* genius.

Either way, Nikola tesla disapproves of this comment.
User avatar #65 to #24 - beefkakes
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Notice how the poster is the only one confirming this works
User avatar #218 to #65 - mynameisnotmike
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***** look it up online
#74 to #65 - anon id: e390c7e6
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The only problem is that AAA batteries die fasters since they have less juice.
User avatar #87 to #74 - iridium
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Well of course. But it's better than nothing.
User avatar #52 to #24 - HardyUndertook
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i'm afraid to try this....
User avatar #166 to #52 - tabarzins
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You should lick a 9v battery before trying this.
#197 to #166 - welshash
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#71 to #52 - anon id: e390c7e6
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According to what i learned in high school physics it should work.
User avatar #212 to #71 - casinoer
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It works, trust me.
#109 to #71 - hairibar
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Should work, but... is it safe?
#135 to #109 - hamfj
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Doesn't matter if it works
User avatar #51 to #24 - thegamerslife
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either end, it shouldn't matter. you are just completing a circuit.
#43 to #24 - thebeatlesfan
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The foil's on the negative side in the picture.
User avatar #45 to #43 - mynameisnotmike
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I know, I know. Disregard it. It's not my picture.
User avatar #40 to #24 - mrnotsosafeforwork
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how about no AAA?
User avatar #42 to #40 - mynameisnotmike
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Unless you have a bunch of watch batteries laying around, no.
User avatar #44 to #42 - mrnotsosafeforwork
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i believe those are called nickle-cadmium
#30 to #24 - anon id: 09ad878d
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Whoa, does that really work?!
User avatar #173 to #30 - waaw
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If the tin foils don't tough, then yeah.
User avatar #99 to #30 - dannahammas
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no, the tinfoil would short out the batteries.
User avatar #31 to #30 - mynameisnotmike
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yea