How to Make a Flour Granade!

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Introduction: How to Make a Flour Granade!

This is my first instructable! Tell me how I did!

Step 1: The Requierments

1. About 2 cups of flour or any other flour like chemical(s).
2.A napkin.
3.A rubber band.
4And a desired victim.

Step 2: The Assembly

1.Lay the napkin on a very flat surface.
2.Put the 2 cups of flour in the exact center of the napkin.
3.Take all four ends of the napkin then fold them up.
4.Tie the folded ends of the napkin up using the rubber band. (You may have to re wrap the rubber band depending on the size of the napkin.)
5.Check tightness when done.(Just not too hard! OR ELSE!!! POP!!!.)

Step 3: The Throwing Tecnique

1.Place the bottom of the grenade on your hand.
2.Extend your arm back or over or to the side of your head.
3.Throw as hard as you can at desired victim!!!

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    11 Discussions

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    lobo_pal
    lobo_pal

    11 years ago on Introduction

    You could do this much easier. All you do is go up to a friend from behind, and dump a bucket of flour on them. But since it is your first, I will let the simplicity slide.

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    IAE
    IAE

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    depends on how hard u throw it

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    pacho the guvaner
    pacho the guvaner

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    i put one in my potato gun and filled it up to 125psi it hi my frend 100ft awy and hert

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    IAE
    IAE

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    actually as hard as you would toss something to a friend (like a tennis ball)

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    ArtemisBlue
    ArtemisBlue

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Ah, yes, my bible. The original Jolly roger's cookbook was believed to be created in '89. Anarchist's cookbook is believed to be a runoff of that.

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    assasin
    assasin

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    Well at least he told us about it. I've never heard about that book.