How many balloons does it take to lift your house?
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How many balloons does it take to lift your house?

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Found 20th Nov 2012
In my follow deal up to "Track Your Flush" I bring you "Lift Your House". Want to be like Carl from up? Well find out how many balloons it would take to lift your house. Let me know in the comments below.
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Yeah, nice stuff! Here's the link to it: movoto.com/blo…ns/

thanks for sharing!
who is going to get 2,976,470,588 balloons to lift the white house.
I preferred Track My Flush over this. Heat added nonetheless. I look forward to your next novelty freebie.
dalipsinghno1

who is going to get 2,976,470,588 balloons to lift the white house.


Probably terrorists now...
karlie88

I preferred Track My Flush over this. Heat added nonetheless. I look … I preferred Track My Flush over this. Heat added nonetheless. I look forward to your next novelty freebie.


Thanks man appreciated and yeah so do I but I will keep an eye out none-the-less
(your guess was off by 37,683,034 balloons)

I'm gonna combine both of your posts and see how many balloons it'll take to carry my toilet business
@Jumpingphil
I think you'll find that these have only been my last two posts my others have been much more useful just check my badges if you want to go that far! Also your comment is probably worse than my post as it wastes users time if they want to comment on the post...
Is there a free site where I can work out how big my house is in square feet, so I can then find out how many balloons I'll need to buy?

(good find, by the way)
well this kept me busy for 10 mins lol
Guessed them all spot on first time, except wayne manor, i was 3 balloons out ( i actually think they may have got that one wrong )

Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 21st Nov 2012
dalipsinghno1

who is going to get 2,976,470,588 balloons to lift the white house.



Who's going to blow them all up? Maybe Romney....
I guess if your house had an under-plate connected to either, one main support through the exact centre, or four with one on each corner, then the house could be lifted.

You can't just attach balloons and lift away when houses are dependent on the concept of gravity meaning that if you added an upwards force the house would simply pull apart. You can't even add 1G to the side of your house without it falling over which is why houses easily topple over in the pressure wave from a nuclear blast.

Sure they could totally reinforce a house so it all stays together no matter the direction of force but then who would pay the extra high costs of actually doing so when in normal life houses tend not to move.
Let me know in the comments below.. I'm sure I've heard that somewhere before.. I want gadget news not balloon tips goddammit! Lol
Edited by: "fluidz" 22nd Nov 2012
CMFoo

Here is another great one for you, … Here is another great one for you, sirhttp://www.howmanyfiveyearoldscouldyoutakeinafight.com/


Apparently I could take on 20 :') love this one tbf
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