For When You're Bored [Pt.2]
trl) Laser Printer Lamp
This is the part of a laser pr' inter' used to heat it. You can only really try
this if you are planning on getting rid of the pr' inter'. It starts shinning
down the length then catches fire.
3) Tin Foil
This is a seemingly safer' item, the foil will start shinning in bursts and
may eventually catch fire. It makes ALOT of noise and is quite a light
3) Christmas Tree Ornament
Similar' to a CD stuck in a microwave except even cooler as it is a glowing
ball, kinda looks like the sun!
tel) Florescent Light bulb
This type of bulb is generally what they use at offices and schools. Has a
similar' effect to microwaving a regular light bulb but looks more
interesting, be careful --P.
trs) a Microwave
A professional company actually bought the worlds smallest microwave
and had it microwave a lightbulb. They then inserted into a larger
microwave to see what happened. It is pretty interesting, there were
sparks and a weird buzzing sound before it caught on fine.
What it should
look like when
If prepared correctly (and this doesn' t happen 100% of the time) you
should experience a light show as a ball of glowing plasma rises through
I knowwhere is a youtube channel dedicated to microwaving shit, I did
NOT use it though as I found it to be very unhelpful but If you are super
bored I recommend inc you (it' s easy enough to find. I provided the
Finito the video of microwaving a microwave in the description box.
Lastly, I hope you liked these, that is all I have forthis "series".