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    • Zego 23 aug
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    • Every time you eat popcorn, you eat a busted nut
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    • Tested potato and egg conclusion disappointment and a mess....will continue
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    • That's called cooking and it does make everything better
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    • Exploding humans does not make them taste better. It just makes you a noon.
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    • I've always wondered shit like that. Like what about alcohol? Oh this shit been fermenting for forever, yeah let's drink that. Or even smoking. Who decides to set shit on fire and inhale it to see if it does anything
      dcpally 23 aug
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    • Actually, rice crispies and golden puffs are basically popcorn, but instead of corn it's rice and barley.
      beastan 23 aug
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    • Well we have and it’s just called cooking shit
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    • Yeah that’s definitely how we make popcorn, we just get some fuckin C-4
      SwampFox 23 aug
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    • Works with babies too
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    • Corn on the cob beats popcorn literally any day
      Misthios a month
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    • Put eggs in the microwave, it's a hidden secret.
      munchmuffin a month
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    • Yes. That's the basis of the idea of cooking things.
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    • _Toph_ 23 aug
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    • puffed rice is pretty good too, basically just tiny popcorn
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    • It's just cooking it again; like coffee and toast
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    • Unpopular opinion, but popcorn is okay at best and I believe that only a few people genuinely like it, but we've been program to believe it's good by association with certain memories. Mostly good.
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    • We put all kinds of foods in the microwave and on the stove wdym, this is stupid
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    • Rice puffs
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    • One time my sister cooked a pizza slice in the microwave for 10hours on accident. Obviously it didnt cook for the full 10hours but around 3hours and it was literally charcoal.
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    • You can pretty much pop any grain. Amaranth makes ittle bitty poppers
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    • Actually a lot of different nuts and seed have the same popping effect as corn kernels, but the resulting “fluffed seed” doesn’t taste as good as the pop corn we know and love.
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    • There's oil inside the kernel, the heat evaporates the oil and it expands rapidly. No other foods do this but she can put herself inside a boiler and see what happens.
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    • We didn't explode corn, we heated it up until it exploded. So yes, we have tried heating up other foods.
      vonmahon 23 aug
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    • I tried popping some tomatoes ended up with ketchup
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    • Dylicous 23 aug
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    • Well we cook everyday and nothing bursts into a secondary food like popcorn you walnut
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    • we tried with Hiroshima
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    • Deep fried noodles = those things from tacobell.
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    • You mean cooking? Yeah I think we tried it with most foods
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    • Anyone know those cinnamon twist at Taco Bell? Yea, those are fried noodles
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    • somebody test this by hunting deer with .50 BMG
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    • Ah yes, superheated donuts to the point of combustion. My favorite
      Rainer 23 aug
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    • If you microwave rocks they turn into poprocks
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    • Ummmm puffed rice
      BilelBill 23 aug
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    • Corn only pops because it had water inside and it gets heated and expands causing the corn to pop into popcorn
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    • I can confirm microwaving a piece of watermelon was not the best choice.
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    • Children are pretty good exploded
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    • Puffed rice is also a thing as well as chick pea
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    • I tried it with my gerbil and it did not make him any better. I think it might’ve made him worse because now he won’t wake up. Any tips?
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    • The first caveman to heat up corn mustve been like yo yooooooo, then he was promptly bludgeoned to death with a rock for angering the sun god, probably
      Zanbato 23 aug
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    • Brb, strapping my bacon to my tannerite
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    • When I was a kid I put peanut butter in the microwave for this exact reason and there was still foil left on the lid. The microwave nearly blew up.
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    • We don’t “explode popcorn” you ignorant slut. It’s literally just get happens when you heat up corn kernels. So yes, we have done the same for many, m a n y foods.
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    • The dogs in Chernobyl taste better than normal dogs so I mean…
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    • It's called cooking dumbfuck
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    • It only works with popcorn, which is not regular corn popped but its own plant.
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    • That's it I'm microwaving my tomato
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    • They stopped while they were ahead
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    • I think we stopped after Japan
      Houndoom 23 aug
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    • Puffed rice.
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    • Rice will pop like corn because they're monocots. Dicots won't pop.
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    • Most grains will pop, just add some kind of oil/fat and put it in a pan. Make sure you have the lid on though
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    • you mean heating/cooking? idk I think we do that pretty often
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    • It works with Gnocchi in oil too. Just make sure you have a lid over it!
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    • Well, hotdogs if you have them for leftovers, if they pop they’re good, or I find it to be
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    • Popcorn is popped by small amounts of water inside the kernel heating up and popping the inside puffing it out and giving us th delicious snack we all love. By this logic can we then say popcorn is technically boiled?
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    • Apparently hamsters in the microwaves just leave a huge mess
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    • Popcorn chicken
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    • I find that hot dogs taste better after they explode.
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    • Rice is good too
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    • pretty retarded the only reason popcorn pops is because they have water inside the kernels
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    • Hotdogs
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    • Test your theory brother, compile your results into a concise document, and publish your study, you can do it!
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    • Popped peas *gag*
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    • We did it with rice and that’s how rice crispy are made
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    • All heat is expansion so everything we cook either explodes violently or slowly
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    • no way popcorn is better than corn on the cob
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    • You mean, heating food?
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    • I love movie night at home, placing a high explosive device in the microwave, the sweet smell of buttery plastic explosives
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    • Yes i think people have tries to heat up every food, and didnt stop at corn
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    • Works with rice too
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    • Like all joking aside this is a question I want answers to.
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    • Except that popcorn comes from a certain type of corn that pops when heated and not the normal stuff you eat off the cob, out of a can, or out of the freezer.
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    • Tf When you realize that corn kernels are basically unborn corn so you're exploding corn fetuses in the microwave
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    • In twenty years we’ll have Popped Raspberries. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
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    • Popcorn isn’t popped corn kernels, popcorn is a different kind of plant. It grows on bushes and I actually raise them!
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    • Can confirm explodes cupcakes are better than regular cupcakes.
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    • Yeah in spongebob
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    • Popcorn isn’t exploded it’s heated
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    • Pop Chips... we did it with potatoes.
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    • I put an egg in the microwave and it exploded(hard boiled) and while still scalding hot while my mom is screaming at my I ate it in front of her I had blisters in the ouchy parts of my mouth and my eating throat 1/10 wouldn’t do again
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    • I will admit at face value that is a good idea
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    • Or like toast, let’s bake this and then.. bake it
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    • So if you microwave noons, you get popnoon
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    • We knew that you could *pop* corn because it occasionally happens in extreme heat all by itself. Like on a particularly hot day, some corn in direct sunlight could pop all on its own
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    • Yes i think we've tried heating up every food
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    • Sorghum pops just like pop corn except it's 1/10th the size
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    • I'm it worked with tart and we got poptarts
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    • Tried hot dogs. They don’t get better. The result is just a messy microwave
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    • Mom at 3 am: son, why are you heating the Doritos?
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    • Yo, put a hard boiled egg in the microwave and throw it at someone you hate
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    • If you think normal corn makes popcorn then you’re just dumb af 😂 and I actually have heard some people that believe that
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    • ...that’s..what a microwave is for...you...you heat your food up...
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