I can accept every object in the household apparently being connected to the main power line or every single person being barefoot or touching a wet spot on the wall, but I can't understand how touching a light bulb might be dangerous to your non-electrical health. Also, how is an iron burning through clothes considered electrocution? And why is the cow levitating, leaving the only path for electricity to take, the milker? 1930's Berlin was a very confusing place.
I like this one the best.. c'mon...
WHEN TRANSFIGURED INTO A RAT, ALWAYS RESIST THE TEMPTING TASTE OF RUBBER WIRING INSULATION!
(ALSO HUMP THE NEAREST RAT WHILE DOING SO)
In 1930 germany, it was standard practice to put unsheilded live wires anywhere possible.
I liked the baby one.
Is anything in that damn house grounded?
Hitler didn't mean to shoot himself. He touched his gun to a lamp and the electricity set it off.
Then he became zombie Hitler and moved to Russia.
And then he started a band, Zombie Hitler and the Stormtroopers.
ROCK ON, VENEZUELA!
Dammit, Brad! You "about" page lied! doesn't work! Fixy fixy please?
Fixed. (You fail at img tags.)
This link totally sounds like a b-movie.
"Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the kitchen. . ."
No. No I don't. Your FAQ page does. It told me to use those triangle-y brackets, while it apparently should have been those square-y brackets. What I do fail at however, is finding the proper nomenclature for said brackets.
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