Killer chemical

by NobblySan

Listen up, people – this is serious.

I have  been made aware of the extensive use of Dihydrous Monoxide in everyday products, and am concerned about the lack of public awareness of this potentially lethal substance.

If you are not of scientific bent, than please do your best to ignore the scientific tone of this webpage, and get to the important bullet point lists of the possibly deadly effects of exposure to DHMO.

This is for your own good.

 

8 Comments to “Killer chemical”

  1. Thanks Duncan, I’m now barricaded in my home wearing a gas mask. This article has informed me that this chemical is going to kill me, it’s practically in every product known to man on every continent, specifically used by the semi-divine King Bhumibol of Thailand and his many devoted young working girls in Bangkok. I personally have the most every symptom of exposure and there’s nothing I can ever do about it except for removing myself from the situation- hence the gas mask. Incredible job at scaring the hell out of me this morning! Luv ya! :-)

  2. One more thing to worry about. . .

  3. The dangers of consuming oxygen dihydride and/or dihydrogen monoxide have been recognised since at least the early 1900s. For example, although he expressed himself in layman’s terms, W.C.FIELDS was certainly aware of the dangers of ingesting too much:

    “Once … in the wilds of Afghanistan, I lost my corkscrew, and we were forced to live on nothing but food and water for days…”

  4. I hear that some heathens actually put in their Scotch!

  5. They’ve got underground reservoirs of this stuff and… wait for it… they’re piping it into our bloody homes!

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