Experiment #436: Can of Blue Cupcake Icing
(Rated G) This is the worst episode I’ve done since the box of wine. I spent 25 minuets microwaving an aerosol can that at the very least should have sprayed blue cake icing everywhere. I was torn between this and an old electric canopener, so I went with this for variety’s sake. In retrospect I should have gone with the canopener since it would have at least caught fire. This episode was as much of a disappointment as the Eagles game right before I filmed this. The ONLY reason I’m not making this a “lost episode” is because I wanted to have something up in time for Thanksgiving. I decided to fast forward through the 25 minutes of boredom for your sake. The reason I didn’t do the can of ready whip is because of the snow outside, so I figured this would be the next best thing. Nope. I’m never microwaving a food-based aerosol can again except for Ready Whip in the future. I know the Cheese Whiz can blew up, but that was after an hour and that was the full extent of all it did. I’ll do something cool to make this up to you. Microwave Me, now in its 15th season continues its trend of bigger and better microwave experiments than done the previous season while being filmed in 1080p for the best quality and as always stars Captain Microwave as the show’s host and producer, who for this episode uses a huge Kenmore Over-The-Range BEAST microwave named King Kong.
“Consort for Brass”
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Kevin’s Website: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kevin_MacLeod/
Post time: 10-19-2016