Adam Savage dipping his fingers into a pot of molten lead. Immediately prior to submerging his fingers in the lead, he wet them with water, which will form a thin protective layer of water vapor on contact with the lead, which was heated to 850 degrees Fahrenheit. This is known as the Leidenfrost effect.
Ladies and gents, I give you SCIENCE.
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I see your knitted octopus and raise you a needle-felted squid
Oh my, these are brilliant. The squid is my favorite.
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WHEN CHARACTERS WAKE UP IN A HOSPITAL BED AND THEN PROCEED TO RIP OUT THEIR IVS
IF YOU’RE IN THE HOSPITAL I DON’T CARE HOW CURIOUS YOU ARE OR CAN’T REMEMBER WHY YOU’RE IN FOR ANY REASON DON’T RIP OUT YOUR FUCKING IV IF YOU DON’T KNOW THE SITUATION AND EVEN IF YOU DO YOU PROBABLY NEED THE STUFF THEY’RE PUMPING INTO YOU FOR MEDICAL REASONS
DON’T TEAR OUT YOUR IVS AND DON’T MAKE YOUR CHARACTERS TEAR OUT THEIR IVS