Cool! *screaming in pain* What’s up everybody! Welcome back to my laboratory. Where safety is the number *mumbling numbers* THIRD PRIORITY! It is the third priority around here. You’re watching Man vs. Science! The show that periodically comes on this channel uh whenever I am just perplexed by something that I see on the internet
What’s up, I’m Rob Welcome to Man Vs. Science The show where you send me scientific experiments that you find throughout the internet and then I try to recreate them without a hint of scientific knowledge or prowess whatsoever Let’s get started. So, today’s scientific experiment was sent in a couple weeks back and involves
What’s up, Rob here, Man Vs. Pin So, the other week Hertta and asheesaurful(?) suggested this cleaning slime pin Now there’s a million videos of people doing this, so I totally know it works, but I’ve never tried it myself, so I’m gonna go on and test this thing out Alright I got myself some
All right, I’m getting real tired of all of the glow-in-the-dark madness. It’s glow-in-the-dark this. It’s black light that. It’s ridiculous, case in point, which is why I need to try this week’s pin, sent in by Claudia, Cameron, and Taylor. Apparently, with a few pieces of tape and a couple Sharpies, you can hack
Whaddup internet?! Corinne here and you’re watching Corinne vs. Pin. Today since hundreds of you have requested it, we’re tackling crayon tattoos.. Crayon.. Cray…on, crayoown Let’s get started, shall we? Ok, first you just got to find someone dumb enough I mean.. willing enough to let you draw on them, then just go ahead and
What’s up! Rob here, Man Vs. Pin If you don’t know the drill by now, it’s real simple: You leave pins in the comments below and I give em my best shot No promises. The other week Mimble Wimble suggested this month long lasting temporary tattoo. Using Sharpie, baby powder, and hairspray. Pin-O-Meter? Bullshit! Really?