but plastic isn't reusable, so aren't you spending more money on plastic silverware that if you bought real, reusable silverware?
@Sivl, It's reusable, you just have to lower your standards.
@Sivl, if you've never had to reuse plastic utensils, you've lived a rich privileged life
@Sivl, nothing really happens if you reuse them. Also, I generally steal a shjt ton of them while at the dining hall at my school or Starbucks. So, basically I spend nothing on them.
@Abusive Breasts, I've never NEEDED to reuse plastic cutlery, but I'm super lazy so I have.
@Abusive Breasts, I get metal utensils and use them once how do you feel about that huh?
A metal fork would just trip the barker. You'd need one in each hand to hert you.
@3d2y, no it would not trip the 'barker'. Unless you wear rubber shoes your feet will ground you out and a stream of electricity will pass through you prior to the breaker tripping.
You would be 'hert' pretty badly. Possibly even be killed.
@I Are Lebo, well, 110v normally isn't fatal, but it can cause damage to nerves and the like, anything more is very dangerous though
@FullMetalAlcoholist, remember, it's not the voltage that kills you, it's the amperage.
It also highly depends on whether or not the electricity passes through your heart on its way through your body. Theoretically, getting electrocuted through your left hand would increase the chances of it being fatal.
@I Are Lebo, no it would not. I am getting a degree in electrical engineering, and have even shown similar photos to me teacher. There are different senareos where it would kill you but this is not one of them.
@3d2y, your poor spelling skills make me doubt the honesty of you being an electrical graduate.
Especially considering we have the ability now to edit comments.
That may seem like an unrelated thing, but unless English is not your first language (in which case I apologize), most people learn how to spell the word breaker before they learn how to operate one.
@I Are Lebo, how does my spelling translate to me and my teachers understanding of how electricity behaves?
@3d2y, is English your first language?
@I Are Lebo, I have a bit of an electrical background and can confirm 3d2y's post. You won't ground out that easily, unless you're touching something else that is metallic and grounded
@3d2y, I vote you go ahead and show us. Take good video please. It smarts. It'll wise all you "electrical engineering students" right up. Don't worry, it most likely won't kill you unless you're grounded through the heart. You've all "studied" that.
@3d2y, if you went to a doctors office, and the doctor came out with his shirt on backwards, would you trust that he is competent?
Likewise, I can't really trust you when you say you are knowledgable about electrical work when you are seemingly unable to proofread your comments, something that is a good deal simpler.
Just go steal chipotle forks.. they're great