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decent cider is in very short supply at my current location, I'd probably give my left arm & a kidney for a pint of Cornish Orchards or Thatchers Rascal right about now :-s no poundshops, marmite o… Read More
DarkEnergy2012 Avatar
8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
decent cider is in very short supply at my current location, I'd probably give my left arm & a kidney for a pint of Cornish Orchards or Thatchers Rascal right about now :-s

no poundshops, marmite or pot noodles either but that's a different tail of woe, not sure how a human is meant to survive in such a place but I'm hanging on in there :-)
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8m, 3w agoPosted 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
#2
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.

Even mercury?

I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.
#3
moneysavingkitten
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
Even mercury?
I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.
or bromine
op doesn't state pressure and temperature anyway so i think we can just go wild tbh

melted chocolate is pretty tasty and non newtonians pretty fun

http://static.fjcdn.com/gifs/Non+newtonian+fluid+pool+is+it+jesus+nope+it+s+a_b04901_3746448.gif
#4
I can't do without coke and nescafe instant coffee.
#5
mutley1
I can't do without coke and nescafe instant coffee.

Interesting combination but probably too much caffeine to drink on a regular basis.
#6
moneysavingkitten
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
Even mercury?
I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.

That's not classified as a liquid though, but Mercury (chemical symbol Hg) comes from hydrargyrum from the Greek word hydrargyros meaning 'water' and 'silver', and is classified as a "Transition Metal".
#7
Predikuesi
moneysavingkitten
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
Even mercury?
I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.
That's not classified as a liquid though, but Mercury (chemical symbol Hg) comes from hydrargyrum from the Greek word hydrargyros meaning 'water' and 'silver', and is classified as a "Transition Metal".
google harder ;)
#8
brilly
Predikuesi
moneysavingkitten
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
Even mercury?
I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.
That's not classified as a liquid though, but Mercury (chemical symbol Hg) comes from hydrargyrum from the Greek word hydrargyros meaning 'water' and 'silver', and is classified as a "Transition Metal".
google harder ;)

Nah. I've sorted it.
#9
DarkEnergy2012
instant oO c'mon now don't be trolling my thread :p bean to cup for the win :3
mutley1
I can't do without coke and nescafe instant coffee.

nothing tastes as good as instant nescafe. I take a jar with me when i go abroad as they manufacture with slightly different taste overseas. :3
#10
I also love the oil in the olives pots.
#11
moneysavingkitten
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
Even mercury?
I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.

My cats used to love
https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRujCrpESkw4V0xbLpfNcQRuoH61WOXfjGxFeRox_HRwnwy2qnJ

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/33/5f/2e/335f2ea0e5fc488c4ce9a0e1aff1e1b4.jpg
#12
Blood
#13
Carnation evaporated milk
#14
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
moneysavingkitten
Even mercury?

I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.
Predikuesi
That's not classified as a liquid though, but Mercury (chemical symbol Hg) comes from hydrargyrum from the Greek word hydrargyros meaning 'water' and 'silver', and is classified as a "Transition Metal".
brilly
google harder ;)
Predikuesi
Nah. I've sorted it.

"quick" & "silver"

This is a Greek Hydra:

http://etc.ancient.eu/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Hydra-1024x521.jpg
#15
Mark2111
Blood
Each month?
#16
Predikuesi
brilly
Predikuesi
moneysavingkitten
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
Even mercury?
I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.
That's not classified as a liquid though, but Mercury (chemical symbol Hg) comes from hydrargyrum from the Greek word hydrargyros meaning 'water' and 'silver', and is classified as a "Transition Metal".
google harder ;)
Nah. I've sorted it.
sorted wot? oO

fanpages
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
moneysavingkitten
Even mercury?
I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.
Predikuesi
That's not classified as a liquid though, but Mercury (chemical symbol Hg) comes from hydrargyrum from the Greek word hydrargyros meaning 'water' and 'silver', and is classified as a "Transition Metal".
brilly
google harder ;)
Predikuesi
Nah. I've sorted it.
"quick" & "silver"
This is a Greek Hydra:http://etc.ancient.eu/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Hydra-1024x521.jpg
hmmm you sure fp? :p
seems more likely to be water silver from greek and then just called quicksilver but ultimately irrelevant as (normally) its a liquid either way


Edited By: brilly on Oct 29, 2016 13:05
#17
I quite like what liquid nitogen can do :)

Edited By: mutley1 on Oct 29, 2016 13:06
#18
Bitty


LOL as you all spit your coffee onto your screens
Only joking... I'm old school - can't function without a cuppa (tea)
#19
fanpages
"quick" & "silver"

This is a Greek Hydra:http://etc.ancient.eu/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Hydra-1024x521.jpg
brilly
hmmm you sure fp? :p

seems more likely to be water silver from greek and then just called quicksilver but ultimately irrelevant as (normally) its a liquid either way

Yes, I am sure that is a Hydra.
#20
fanpages
fanpages
"quick" & "silver"
This is a Greek Hydra:http://etc.ancient.eu/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Hydra-1024x521.jpg
brilly
hmmm you sure fp? :p
seems more likely to be water silver from greek and then just called quicksilver but ultimately irrelevant as (normally) its a liquid either way
Yes, I am sure that is a Hydra.
nah, just a picture of one ;)
you know what i meant though..

lol @ now in ask
#21
Fresh Coconut water, not bottled or in cartons.
#22
Predikuesi
moneysavingkitten
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
Even mercury?
I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.
That's not classified as a liquid though, but Mercury (chemical symbol Hg) comes from hydrargyrum from the Greek word hydrargyros meaning 'water' and 'silver', and is classified as a "Transition Metal".

*shakes head slowly*
#23
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.


No they dont
#24
Predikuesi
moneysavingkitten
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
Even mercury?
I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.

That's not classified as a liquid though, but Mercury (chemical symbol Hg) comes from hydrargyrum from the Greek word hydrargyros meaning 'water' and 'silver', and is classified as a "Transition Metal".


Of course it's a liquid. Why wouldn't it be? Liquid is a state of matter, like solid or gas.
#25
craigstephens
Predikuesi
moneysavingkitten
Predikuesi
It's got to be water because every other liquid contains some of it.
Even mercury?
I'm torn between Redbull, tea and rum.

That's not classified as a liquid though, but Mercury (chemical symbol Hg) comes from hydrargyrum from the Greek word hydrargyros meaning 'water' and 'silver', and is classified as a "Transition Metal".


Of course it's a liquid. Why wouldn't it be? Liquid is a state of matter, like solid or gas.


True.

That makes mine gold.

Only joking it's really baby oil ;)
#26
brilly
lol @ now in ask

Lowest score wins.

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