In this instructable I will tell you how to make a flashdark. What is a flashdark, you may be asking. Well it's basically a flashlight, but instead it's a flashdark!

Step 1: MAterials

What will I need to make a flashdark, you ask? Well can't you see the name of this step is called materials?
1. A flashlight that takes batteries.
2. Gypsie dust (optional).
3. Some sparkles (optional).
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you colored in ur pic i have same flash light
lol so fake
I FOUND SOMETHING NEW! if you put one battery in the right way, and one in backwards, it's half light and half dark!
are you a wizard
Please don't do this. Aside from not turning your flashlight into a flashdark, putting the batteries in backwards will make them overheat and possibly explode.
On an incandescent flashlight it'll make no odds, however this does seem a bit... Ermm pointless...
Well, if you think this is pointless, look up "fearme36" and click on the instructable that pops up :)
hey! ..well.. your right lol
Bwah ha ha. :D<br />
You liar! Geez, explosions only happen if you get tuberculosis on your spleen...
ewwwww, really?
I wouldn't test it out either way... <br />
i dont think they will explode... leak acid that will eat away at your flesh maybe but not explode.
what a hilarious prank!<br /> (kidding)<br />
What?? If it's a regular flashlight then nothing will change. If it's an LED flashlight, well, let's hope it has reverse voltage protection, or you might blow up the LED.
you should do your homework dude, LED is an abbreviation for Light Emitting Diode, especially the diode part is important, because if you would reverse the polarity exactly nothing would happen, because the current flow is blocked
Up to a certain point, yes. But excess voltage through the diode (and especially high power diodes) will quickly damage them - their reverse voltage threshold is usually only 5V or less.
No. No they won't. Flashlight bulbs will work in either polarity, but usually you but the negative end toward the end cap, the side with the spring.
Unless you're making a flashdark of course ;-)
Negative end of the battery that is.
Um, are you ok? I've never heard of batteries exploding if you put them in backwards...
lol this was in a doctor seuse book not sure which one but it was . it was the one with the questions in it i believe
it dosent work
that means you made it right<br />
You obviously made it wrong.
maybe if you did this thing to your car itle go up & down instead of forward & bacgwards!
That only happens when you put oil in the gas tank and gas in the oil place. don't forget to swap the hydrolic fluid with the windshield fluid. your welcome<br />
I think it could work. But, considering the amount of time it took me to make the idea and figure out how the flashdark works, I am more than sure doing the same idea to a car would take years, maybe even centuries. Also, as you can see, people may think your car would explode or even blow up the engine. Many people would think it's fake. I wouldn't think it's fake, as <em>anything</em> is possible! (Just like Kevin Garnet!!!)<br/>
Haha I don't think so
now all we need is a device that, rather than casting a beam of dark, sucks up all the light, and replaces it entirely with dark! or perhaps a flood lamp version of the flash dark!<br /> <br /> the possibilities are endless!<br />
Oh, did you invert the first picture? haha
I don't get your joke :S
the first picture shown. it was a flashlight picture. you inverted it to make it look like it was shining dark. well, when i say that, i'm not trying to tell you what you did, it was just a comment<br />
ha ha ha
ive always wanted to invent a real one.
Just follow my ibble and you <em>can</em> make one!<br/>
i mean actually invent a working model. ive wanted to for years.
This is a step-by-step guide to building a working model...
but its a joke. i will try it if it will please you.
it didnt.

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