For those who don't understand, the original joke ends with the second man dying because the Bartender serves him "H2O2" or "Hydrogen Peroxide".
@KiritoSAOHero , but Hydrogen peroxide has 6 oxygen molecules not two? But I very well could be wrong. Just Googled it. I was wrong.
@Chuck Shurley , glad you found your mistake.
@Chuck Shurley , hydrogen per oxide
@KiritoSAOHero , you only die if it's highly concentrated though
@KiritoSAOHero , that would be hydrogen dioxide, not peroxide.
@I Are Lebo, What would be? H2O2 is the chemical formula for Hydrogen Peroxide.
@KiritoSAOHero , is it? I thought the prefix for two oxygen molecules is dioxide, not peroxide. After all, carbon monoxide is CO, and carbon dioxide is CO2.
I mean, a simple google search shows you’re right, I’m just confused as to where the ‘per’ prefix comes from.
This might be funny in the English majors club, but here at the natural sciences club...well, how do we put this so you'll understand...their am no funny in you're ENGRISH.
@Empshok, English jokes are the breast jokes of all. Did you know the the plural of dwarf is actually dwarfs? Tolkien misspelled it as dwarves in his books as a joke, but since everyone spells it that way now it's more legitimate than the proper spelling. Ha. Ha. Ha.
@The Manwhore, who decided 'dwarfs' was proper? A stoned primate who graduated from Harvard?
@Empshok, short version: that's how everyone said it therefore that was how it was spelled. Now, everyone says "dwarves" so now that's correct and "dwarfs" is archaic.
@The Manwhore, it feels like the English language is Garry/Larry/Terry from Parks and Rec.
I'll have an H2O as well, please
@WickedStyx, this needs more words.
@CynicalSir, more words
@WickedStyx, to make a sentence.
@Jtlightning2, I found it quite funny
Diane sounds like the life of the party
@T9x, In the original joke, the second man dies