whatta glickhole. from the far side. Professor Quickman, the lab practical joker, deftly places a single drop of hydrochloric acid on the back of Professor Bing
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Professor Quickman, the lab practical joker,
deftly places a single drop of hydrochloric acid
on the back of Professor Bingham' s neck.
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Submitted: 12/11/2013
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#34 - berbear (12/12/2013) [-]
To those who don't get the joke...   
Hydrochloric Acid is EXTREMELY corrosive. One drop on your skin would burn like a bitch.   
   
It's what Walter and Jesse from Breaking Bad would use to disintegrate any bodies they ended up having to deal with since it just 						*******					 melts human tissue.
To those who don't get the joke...
Hydrochloric Acid is EXTREMELY corrosive. One drop on your skin would burn like a bitch.

It's what Walter and Jesse from Breaking Bad would use to disintegrate any bodies they ended up having to deal with since it just ******* melts human tissue.
User avatar #36 to #34 - berbear (12/12/2013) [-]
My bad, they used Hydroflouric acid in BB.
However HCl is even more corrosive so, that should tell you something.
#37 to #36 - arkturus (12/12/2013) [-]
No offense but thats BS, friend.
Hydroflouric acid is amongst the deadliest and most corrosive acids. Glas wands are treated with Hydroflouric acid to make them more elastic, that **** is capable of corroding even glass. (See video)

On top of that Hydroflouric acid diffuses through skin, it burns it but in adition to that it seeps through until it reaches your bones. Literature and many of my Labratory supervisors said that this is amongst the most painful things a human can experience. If you're lucky you loose conciousness from the pain and after 10-15 min without treatment it will kill you.

Don't mean to come of as a wise-ass just wanna share information with those interested

Glasstab in Flusssäure
#31 - anonymous (12/12/2013) [-]
**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #10 at paint skills off the chart ** this kills the man
User avatar #33 to #31 - lurifax (12/12/2013) [-]
Somewhat relevant, decent roll
User avatar #30 - yoink (12/12/2013) [-]
Far side comics are classic
User avatar #29 - ImFrumAija (12/12/2013) [-]
That's what you get for not wearing proper eyewear protection
User avatar #32 to #29 - muffindragon (12/12/2013) [-]
Speaking as for the fact that he's using a microscope.
#27 - xcoreyx (12/12/2013) [-]
Is there a joke lying under there somewhere?
#18 - rfeliz (12/12/2013) [-]
Its funny because he's hurting that man
Its funny because he's hurting that man
#23 to #18 - trevormclaughlin (12/12/2013) [-]
Not neccesarily. If the concentration was only like .01, then it wouldn't burn. It would just destroy the layer of dead skin in that area.
#35 to #23 - asrial (12/12/2013) [-]
Highly unlikely when working in a lab. Droppers of that kind are usually attached to high-concentration or otherwise potentially harmful substances, so the molarity of that acid must be high. 4M would be my guess. 12M would be ******* hilarious.
#39 to #35 - trevormclaughlin (12/12/2013) [-]
But, considering i don't see any beakers (besides the erlynmyer flask) he would be using it on, i agree with you, it's probably a high concentration of HCl.
#38 to #35 - trevormclaughlin (12/12/2013) [-]
Although highly unlikely, it's still possible. I use those droppers when doing acid base titrations, which use highly diluted acids or bases. When you're tring to find equivalance points you use either droppers or pipets.
User avatar #24 to #23 - rfeliz (12/12/2013) [-]
That guy looks like he's in pain, but he could just as easily be frightened by the light sensation of diluted acid on his skin
#25 to #24 - trevormclaughlin (12/12/2013) [-]
True. He is in a lab. I would freak the f*** out too if i felt something wet touch me while I'm working in my lab.
User avatar #26 to #25 - rfeliz (12/12/2013) [-]
It's all about that lab safety
User avatar #19 to #18 - wowzacatt (12/12/2013) [-]
gif source?
#20 to #19 - rfeliz (12/12/2013) [-]
Comment Picture
User avatar #21 to #20 - wowzacatt (12/12/2013) [-]
haha, thanks anyway
User avatar #22 to #21 - rfeliz (12/12/2013) [-]
you bet
User avatar #16 - orangebudd (12/12/2013) [-]
If you put acid or pure alcohol on somebodys neck, he dies or he is seriously intoxicated. it has something to do with the pores being wide open
User avatar #15 - coophomie (12/12/2013) [-]
Sorry, I don't understand the joke? is it just that he put acid on someone?
#14 - fjvoodoo (12/12/2013) [-]
I thought someone was doing something outside at first but couldn't make out what. Then I realized it was a tree. This was all before I scrolled down to see the text.
I thought someone was doing something outside at first but couldn't make out what. Then I realized it was a tree. This was all before I scrolled down to see the text.
User avatar #12 - ImmortalBaconEater (12/11/2013) [-]
I think you mixed up the words "practical joker" and "sadist"
#13 to #12 - Bforbacon (12/12/2013) [-]
This is from "The Far Side" and is definitely not OP's
This is from "The Far Side" and is definitely not OP's
User avatar #2 - teoferrazzi (12/11/2013) [-]
explain?
#4 to #2 - gorbax (12/11/2013) [-]
have some hydrochloric acid lying around?
User avatar #5 to #4 - teoferrazzi (12/11/2013) [-]
does it burn?
User avatar #7 to #5 - pandation (12/11/2013) [-]
I've spent 4 years working at the chem department at my university. HCl (hydrochloric acid) literally smells like a bloody nose (that feeling right before it starts but you smell the blood coming). There have been people who passed out from working with it for too long when preparing samples for the labs for the week, it's not fun stuff.
#11 to #7 - anonymous (12/11/2013) [-]
Wtf, when working with that you do it under a fume hood.
User avatar #17 to #11 - pandation (12/12/2013) [-]
In the main room we're pouring the HCl from the 4 gallon glass containers into more manageable bottles. We didn't use fume hoods for that because the forced angles were too dangerous and we've had serious accidents and a lot of wasted HCl because of it. We wore goggles, gloves, and masks but still was too much for some people
User avatar #8 to #7 - teoferrazzi (12/11/2013) [-]
thank you.
#6 to #5 - gorbax (12/11/2013) [-]
yes.
User avatar #1 - johncaveson (12/11/2013) [-]
Glickman! Acid not to do that! It's base-ic safety, god...
#3 to #1 - ganondork (12/11/2013) [-]
hue hue
User avatar #10 to #3 - brucekillah (12/11/2013) [-]
hue
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