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Dad Science (VIDEO)

Posted by on March 1st, 2012, under VIDEOTAPE

What do you get when you combine diapers, explosives, urine and pudding?

DAD SCIENCE!

That’s right, kids. For this episode we packed some explosives, employed blunt force trauma and put on our lab coats to make it look official.

The topic for this episode? DIAPERS


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20 Comments

20 Responses to “Dad Science (VIDEO)”

  1. Laurie says:

    Wow, those should be in a science book! Pretty funny!

  2. Rossie says:

    Very interresting, in case your baby trows him self to a wall or explodes!

  3. Chrissy says:

    That. Was. Epic. Please make more! :)

  4. LOL. I learned a lot from that. Uh…

  5. Kyle says:

    Hilarious stuff, guy. Please keep up the great work!

  6. Stephanie K. says:

    I know it was chocolate pudding, but that part totally made me gag hahaha!

  7. Awesome! You guys keep raising that bar. Wishing you all the best for further amazing videos. Show ‘em that dad blogs rule!

  8. Shilpa says:

    This wasn’t a proper explosive experiment – you still have your eyebrows!

    And Charlie, I’m sorry, but you throw “poopy” diapers like a small child.

    Keep up the good work!

  9. Betsy says:

    Loved the video! But one slight suggestion (from a pediatrician who has seen LOTS of bodily functions and diapers!) – diapers are designed to absorb on the INSIDE not the outside. So the liquid absorption test should be poured in, not dipped. :) Keep up the good work in the name of science!

  10. Erich says:

    I watched this for the science and I was not left wanting.

  11. Andy says:

    Sometimes Science says kaBOOM!

  12. I need to blow more (metaphysical) shit up in my basement. That was what I concluded from your experiment. Thank you.

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