Burn Yourself With Big Red Gum

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Introduction: Burn Yourself With Big Red Gum

This is a neat trick that will cause severe pain, and a red mark. You don't really need much for this, a stick of Big Red, some saliva, and a high tolerance to pain.
You'll need:
-A stick of Big Red Brand chewing gum
-The wrapper from the gum

Step 1: Unwrap the Gum

Very easy, simply unfold the tabs on the wrapper and remove the stick of gum

Step 2: Chew the Gum

Take the stick of gum you removed from the wrapper (Don't place the wrapper in your mouth), place it in your mouth, and chew. Don't do this in any other order no matter how funny it may seem.

Step 3: Chew the Gum for 3 Minutes

Move your lower jaw up and down, with the gum in your mouth for three minutes. Enjoy the flavour, it is good gum.

Step 4: Lick the Wrapper

Take the wrapper (you saved it didn't you?) Lick it then stick it to your forehead.

Step 5: It's Gonna Hurt

It won't hurt right away. Give it about 30 seconds.

Use it how ever you see fit, but remember, it's only funny when it hurts your friend, not you.

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    173 Comments

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    binnie
    binnie

    14 years ago

    i dont get it is it a chemical on ur tounge reacting with the wrapper burning you?

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    binnie
    binnie

    Reply 14 years ago

    i ahvent seen big red chewy here in auz

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    spinach_dip
    spinach_dip

    Reply 14 years ago

    its a super strong cinnamon gum try it with something similar. Also you can do something very very funny with salt and an ice cube, you bet your friends that you can keep your ice cube on your arm longer. you put salt on your forearm and on his then set an ice cube on there to see who can last the longest. PS it leaves a mark for a few years......

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    binnie
    binnie

    Reply 14 years ago

    yea that hurts >> i tryed it as soon as i read it i lasted less than a minute b4 it burned i didnt leave it too long How does this happen the salt expands in water > expanion causes heat > burns you or is it a faster way to get frostbyte

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    willis_duke
    willis_duke

    Reply 14 years ago on Introduction

    no man it is a faster way to get frostbite. it is ice - it is not going to burn you no matter how much salt you put on it.

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    GreenDay
    GreenDay

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    Did they teach science at your school?

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    samx.goose
    samx.goose

    Reply 1 year ago

    did they teach common sense at your school?

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    razor_love666
    razor_love666

    Reply 14 years ago on Introduction

    no its not a faster way to get frost bite. cuz in salt thers some sort of radiation and whe its with the ice its like makes it wors. thats what my step dad told me he workd in a necleer plant place thingy . so like ya a. lol.'

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    Gloom
    Gloom

    Reply 14 years ago on Introduction

    uhm...are you serious?....there's some correction to be done here. It burns because the presence of salt lowers the freezing temperature of water, and the presence of a (relatively) giant block of ice lowers the temperature of the ice touching the salt......basically, it gets really really cold. Colder than normal ice. The effect is like holding something much colder than ice on your arm, or wherever. That being said, yes, it is a faster way to get frostbite, and no offense, but did your stepdad work at like...Chernobyl? Something's wrong with that, you might want to correct him.. Unrelated, i hear if you turn a can of compressed air upside down and shoot yourself in the eye with it, it gives you superpowers...

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    James (pseudo-geek)
    James (pseudo-geek)

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    <3 thats Shift+comma and the number 3. now you know how to make a real heart so you don't have to spell it out.

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    GreenDay
    GreenDay

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    I <3 not using stupid msn emoticons, but you're right, spelling out heart looks funny.

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    Tomo27
    Tomo27

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    It's good to know some people are actually helpful, but yeah, I knew that. I sorta meant for it to sound odd?

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    GreenDay
    GreenDay

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    I just tried that, and all I got was a trip to the hospital... On a lighter note, me and my friends used to freeze flies with an upside down of compressed "air" (nitrogen I think). It was oddly amusing...

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    James (pseudo-geek)
    James (pseudo-geek)

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    actually hes right about salt putting off radiation. hes wrong about that being why it burns your arm. salt only puts off TINY amounts of radiation, and then only alpha rays, not beta and gamma as well.

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    munchman
    munchman

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    I live in victoria and it is avaliable at target, usually near the registers. It costs about $3

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    volquete
    volquete

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    thatsa rip at walmart its like 69 cents for a small pack

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    Antleredguy
    Antleredguy

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    At Walmart where I live a 3 pack of 5 gum is 99 cents