Giant Marshmello of Doom!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Introduction: Giant Marshmello of Doom!!!!!!!!!!!!

About: The following was written when I was about 10, and I'm just going to keep it as it is. i LOVE LONGBOARDING !!!!!!!!!!! My Top 5 ::::::::::: ...

Im going to show you how to make a marshmello do THIS!!!!!!

Step 1: Step Uno!

What you need:

-marshmellos
-Microwave-safe plate (paper is fine)
-Microwave (duhhhh)



(By the way this is an Ina-approved recipe)

Step 2: Put the Marshmello on the Plate

Well thats pretty much it.......

Step 3: Place in Microwave...

that thing your grandparents refuse to buy because its a newfangled contraption....

Step 4: Turn It on ....

i put it on 1 minute......................

Step 5: Watch It Do This!!

Step 6: Then It Turnes Into....

Then it turnes into this 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 degree mess that tasts terrible....

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    what does it taste like? and it wont mess up my microwave so i dont have to get a new one will it?

    1 reply

    it tastes awful and boiling lava hot. It will not make any mess as long at it is not more than 3 or so at once, and it is on a plate

    hahahahahaha. that picture is very, very funny. whenever i look at it i laugh.

    you could use this for an April fools day prank and put something yellow in the center that looks like an egg yolk, then tell someone its an egg.

    I did this once when I was young and dumb and thought marshmallow cream was made of melted marshmallows... except I used a full bowl of marshmallows in a microwave that was far too small for what I was trying to do. Ever seen marshmallow wallpaper? I redone the microwave in it. It was pretty to watch though.

    6 replies

    AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    AWESOME
    I hate it when people do that.

    Hey, you spelled something right!!!!

    I put a firecraker in a marshmellow
    and then i got hot embers and marshmellow goo on my eyes!
    hooray

    1 reply

    hehehehehehehe...........................................................

    Would you photograph the bag & show me which company spells these things "marshmello"? L

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    First off: A lot of people spell it that way.
    http://www.nextag.com/marshmello-sleeve/stores-html?nxtg=71320a1c051b-95156D253DEEAE8B

    http://www.miswaxrecords.com/store/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=177

    As a matter of fact just type "marshmello" into any search engine and you will see many people spell it that way.

    Secondly: There is actually a brand they have at save-a-lot that has mello on it instead of mallow, I'm guessing to get away from trademark laws.

    and Lastly: Really? Really? Your gonna complain cause someone spelled something differently than you. Talk about pompous and arrogant. And the thing is he didn't even misspell it, only spelled it differently than you. Get off your high horse and Quit criticizing everyone.

    I'm betting that your bag says "Marshmallow" on it? A lot of people may spell it that way, but they are ill-educated. L

    Well then you would loose money on your bet... and it sounds like there is one more ill-educated person than originally calculated in your first calculation....you. Is it so important to you to be right all the time that you just refuse to believe anything anyone says that contradicts what you say?

    I was mainly interested in who was selling "Marshmellos" (you've not proven the point with a picture) with respect to corruption / evolution of language. For some reason you've expanded a simple question into some kind of personal-bicker, I don't really know why. Perhaps you were reading sarcasm where there wasn't any? L

    It's a US spelling.

    Not necessarily the US spelling, but certainly a US spelling...