21 Littlegrey Comments:
OH *gets idea*
sorry about screwing over your warning but this give me the idea of going to a child's birthday dressed as a clown and inhaleing sulfur hexaflouride and really messing them up! hahahahaha*breaths in* ahh the child hood momeories...
Ahhhh...I also love to relive my momeories!
Is that a Goa'uld??
just remember that since its so dense, you have to work to get it out of your lungs, and as long as its in there you don't get any oxygen...
Ah, you've just got to love Adam Savage :)
You know, when he tells you not to try something at home, it shouldn't be so tempting to do so.
This reminds me of a Jim Gaffigan skit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwg9B6Oc_1U
What the demon?
Now I want to try that at home.
What Lobo said.
Because sulfur hexaflouride so much denser than air, it has a tendency to sit in the bottom of your lungs, reducing their functional capacity and effectively asphyxiating you.
I have heard that hanging upside-down for awhile can help you breathe it out, but I don't know how true that is. Of course, hanging upside-down for too long can cause other problems...
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