More! No wait...less? No, it's gotta be more...less...MORE?! LESS?! Gaaaah! *divides by 0 to end it all*
@GiftedFlatulence, This reminded me of the Grinch.
This actually is very... *boom*
Still Toxic, just no longer serves it's purpose. (Use in antvenom, chemical reactions, ingredient for non ingestible things ex: batteries)
Actually it does go less toxic. Or at least that's what happened to the first few guys who failed to assassinate archduke Franz Ferdinand. They took their cyanide tablets and they only vomited because they had expired
UP VOTE THIS COMMENT!!!!
@Anal Cheese, How the fvck did I get two people to like that?
@Anal Cheese, to the top you go
@Anal Cheese, no
@Anal Cheese, OK, BUT ONLY BECAUSE YOU WERE YELLING!!!
@Anal Cheese, OKAY DONT YELL AT ME
Less. That's why the guys that killed the Archduke and started WWII were caught. They tried to take expired cyanide pills.
I asked my Bio teacher this. She said they become less potent, making them less toxic
Breh, they need to charge their iPad.
The whole reason I come here is for the comments. Why do people brag about being first? This sucks.
@Music, did you just say first in a sneaky kinda way?
@Dragondoot, hmmm sounds like it
@masterbacon, so do we upvote or downvote first when its done in a sneaky manner? What if we could say first but make it funny somehow?
@Dragondoot, Too confusing. He said first somewhere in there. Down vote.
@Dragondoot, well if not, that would mean we just down vote the first comment regardless. Of course we up vote if it's funny!
@theFortunateApple, im going to try and say first and make it funny somehow.
@Dragondoot, good luck pal. This community has a nasty pre-disposition to 'first' commenters
It's less poisonous. If it's meant to kill you, but is past its expiration date, it will just make you vomit.
I don't think that the expiration date on such products has the same purpose or rules as the one you'd find on a milk carton. Besides, if you're worried about your poisons expiring, you're dastardly plans of evil might need a tune-up.
20 March 2014 #20March2014
Ok I don't mean to be all scientific and stuff but when poison passes its expiration date the thing that makes the poison bad is not as potent so it becomes less poisonous and is less likely to do was it intended to do.
Less, the oxygen and other elements dilute it.
Cyanide is less effective
It would lose its potency and become less poisonous.
Grandma get off you'll get a virus
Less it happened to Napoleon Born2party
Call poison control. They might know! :)
DOES poison even expire?
Can I follow you to the answer? Im dieing to know