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    • I mean, it's technically the same as a proper cord as long as the polarity is right. It's just super fuckin dangerous
      Boxhead98 25 jun
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    • You're testing God, and he will not have it.
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    • Guys if you also are missing a cord and have to resort to something like this make sure to put ur screws in the microwave for a minute or two so that the screws polarities stay the same while it’s plugged in
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    • Fucking Engineer right here ladies and gentlemen. This dude gets an honorary degree in electrical engineering for the size of his balls to do this.
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    • you bout to change your name from destinator to detonator
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    • That's a ps2
      Feetza 25 jun
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    • I’m surprised that this guy can even sit down to use his chair because I’m sure it would be incredibly uncomfortable to sit on those massive nuts
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    • i’m worried for any pc that doesn’t have a fuckin ground
      COVID_19 25 jun
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    • Never thought to check the resistance of a screw before. Seems like even if it could still safely power the device theyd get pretty hot
      THUNT 26 jun
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    • How do you not have 2$ for a figure 8 plug
      YoC_ 26 jun
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    • Karsus101 26 jun
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    • I sent this to my dad who is an electrician. And he said this is electrician level pro
      Himad 26 jun
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    • It's honestly not even that dangerous if you just leave it alone and make sure nothing touches it. In the electronics test industry we used jury rigged shit like this with no insulation all the time. Don't want to go feeling around with it plugged in though.
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    • The dualty of man
      Marlling 25 jun
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    • That's a PS2 o.O
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    • Cmon, its a ps2
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    • InfoMind 26 jun
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    • I've done a lot worse MacGyvering.
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    • Probably fine until your knee bumps the table knocking the top screw loose and it briefly touches the other one, shorting out your breaker or starting a goddamn fire
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    • Ofc it will work but you got some balls doing it lol
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    • That's not a PC it's a fucking ps2
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    • Thats ps2
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    • One centimeter away from disaster
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    • Don’t do they to the PS2 ever again
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    • Wrap some electrical tape on it and its good
      Grunch 25 jun
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    • It works, but I hope you don't ha e pets or small children lol
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    • It won’t - the power switch is off
      Teknetix 26 jun
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    • Nice ps2
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    • I'm a computer engineering major, basically I mastered both Electrical engineering and programming, just push on some shrink wrap insulation and you're solid
      CarFriend 29 jun
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    • Wait isnt that a ps2? I'd recognize that av port anywhere
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    • That's a fat ps2
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    • Later it in jb weld and you’ll have a Perm replacment
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    • Remind me of this dumb arse thing my friends and I pulled in high school. My father gave me those old 80’s radio cuz he just got a Bluetooth speaker. I brought when I went hang with my friends. I had forgot the power cord so what does my friend suggest? Let solder a cord on. Ok so he gets his
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    • It will work but 1 slip and you fry the pc and the house
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    • yeah but if you touch both nails it go boom boom
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    • zerosober 27 jun
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    • why not just either tie or solder the leads onto the port contacts
      JJBASIC 26 jun
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    • Someone explain in great detail, what is going on. I understand the meme but I want to know what’s really like, bad about it.
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    • Fire department: "How did this happen" Dumbass: "I plugged it in"
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    • More like final destinator
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    • elecktrishen
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    • No ground tho and what fucking psu uses a connector like that
      Bjord 26 jun
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    • Electroboom that you ?
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    • Well yeah it'll work but you better hope no one ever touches it.
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    • But.. those cables are not even $10 at any store with an electronic section tf
      Twokinds 26 jun
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    • Hinestly not that bad i work in havc ive seen metal tape be used as fuses and shit
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    • Zeus rn: 🤡
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    • Thats how Atari connected, basically
      PosiPocky 26 jun
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    • Arching?
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    • The ps2 could be converted into a PC
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    • I don't know why my house burnt down.
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    • I thought old school wires used to be connected sometime by nails.
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    • Yeah have fun with the fire that WILL make. Yes this will work but you should NOT do it.
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    • Risky
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    • Would that work ?
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    • There really isn't a reason for it not to work but safety wise this is very not good
      bichn 26 jun
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    • Its not a matter of it works. Rather how long will it continue functioning until catastrophic failure.
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    • That's a ps2
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    • won’t that melt the plastic
      JunkieXL 29 jun
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    • That’s going to be a no for me
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    • You know guys? I’m pretty sure if you’ve never had to do shitty electrical like this, you’ve lived a pretty sheltered life. I built my own 240w surround sound system. You know what I used? A tin foil switch. Yeah. Is sketchy electrical safe? no. Is it good to know how to do it anyway? Fuck yeah
      G_Miestro 29 jun
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    • Bitch that’s a ps2
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    • You can find Those plugs are at the thriftstore
      Pacman01 29 jun
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    • Thats a ps2
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    • That’s a fucking console. Get yo fake ass outta here
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    • Isnt that a ps2?
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    • B E A N S
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    • Welp
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    • That’s a PS2 dumbass
      Ricter 29 jun
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    • I mean, once you learn the concept of electricity you realize that metal is just a pathway for it to follow. Could this fuck up and burn everyone in their sleep? Absolutely.
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    • Guys that's a ps2.
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    • He says pc, but what I see is a ps2.
      GenTJ 29 jun
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    • "911 what's your emergency? 'My house is on fire' "ok how did it happen?" 'My computer cable connection sparked' "oh dear..."
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    • A maniacal Chad
      Humamon 29 jun
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    • That's a ps2 not a PC lol needed to say that
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    • It would work, just dont move it. You could also start a fire if you wanted with it
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    • Put... Put your- put your d- nope, not even I'm stupid enough for that one... Plan b: everythings a dildo if youre brave enough
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    • As long as it's the correct watage then you don't got to worry about frying it.
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    • That's a PlayStation 2
      T3K_Memes 29 jun
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    • That is a ps2
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    • No way in hell that's a PC.
      caze269 29 jun
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    • It works but only once
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    • Ain't that a ps2
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    • That is a Playstation2, not a PC.
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    • As long as those nails stay galvanized, but you got a ticking time bomb
      picklyp 29 jun
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    • Ps2
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    • Aaaaayyyyy the perfect ending to a poor beginning
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    • How to make a bomb in your house
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    • Isn’t that a PS2 tho?
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    • That ain't no PC.
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    • That's the back of a Playstation 2 not a PC
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    • Why wouldn't it work?
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    • If it's stupid, but works, it ain't stupid. But you should seriously get the right cord...
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    • This looks like either a fan or space heater or someshit, or a kit bashed PC. Who the fuck puts and on/off flick switch on a computer
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    • The main problem you would have with this is trying to get enough electricity through the small amount of surface area touching the prongs. A nail would be better, but nothing compares to the full encasement of the prong a proper cord gives
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    • I had to do this to my electric coffee percolator (same plug/receptacle) A missing cord was not getting in the way of my morning coffee that day
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    • The ps2 has risen
      iLuhx 28 jun
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