FREE ELECTRICITY and Slick Slime Sam

FREE ELECTRICITY and Slick Slime Sam

Sue? Sue! Ugh…Where is she now? Ugh… (singing) Raindrops on roses And whiskers on kittens Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens Brown paper packages tied up with strings These are a few… What are we doing here? Erm… My hair? Again?? You use these things every day! And then guess what? What? We get an electricity bill that is as long as distance from here to Paris! Sammy, it’s not that bad, calm down! Ever notice that people who tell you to calm down are the ones who got you mad in the first place?! (crying) Here have some candy, come on, I’ll show you something. Okay. Hey guys! Sam figures that if I keep doing my hair every day, soon we’ll be broke. True story! Well, what if I tell you there are FREE ways to get electricity? Ha! I won’t believe it until I see it! Guys, do YOU believe me? Leave a comment below and find out the answer very soon! Someone is stalling… Let’s begin! For the first method, I’ll need potatoes, copper and zinc rods… and a wire with trimmed ends. Eh, how about potato chips? Nope, I actually need large raw potatoes. Gah! You probably got it all wrong. I’ll go check on the meter. First I’ll take one potato and stick zinc and copper rods into it. The copper rod first… like this, and the zinc one. There. Here. Why? Because nothing good can come out of a candy-less craft! Hmm…That’s not the case. Garbage it is then… You’ll see! I’ll do the same with the second potato. One rod and then the other one… And now let’s take a wire and attach it to our composition. Here…and…here. And fix it. Hey Sammy, so what should we wire up? This clock maybe… Uhh…It looks familiar. Oh, what does it matter? Microwave will do just fine without it. Let’s attach a wire on this side too. Ah, there. Oh! By the way, it’s really important to stick the rods in this exact order or the method won’t work. Ahem, It won’t work because it’s candy-less! Stop it, Sammy. Look, I’ll take this wire and connect it… voila! OOOOOhhhhhhhh! Ohhhh mmyyyyyyyy goooodneessssss! Oho, oh holy cannoli!!! Can you wire a microwave too?!! Er,…Yep, but you’ll need a lot more potatoes! And a new clock. Oh, wait…what?! For the second method, I’ll need 2 plastic cups, 2 of zinc and copper rods and another wire. And two soda drinks – Pepsi and 7UP. Oh! This way sounds so much better already! It works the same way as the first method. It’s just instead of potatoes, we’ll be using soda. Let’s put the rods into the cups, like this, and attach the wires. And fix it right there. Now we need to pour the soda into the cups to make it work. Ooooo, ooo, ooo!That’s me, let me! Let me! Sure, here. Pepsi, my Pepsi! Oh, this smell! And this one…Look, it works! Ohhhh wow! Sue, I officially give you permission to use your things! As much as you please! Well, thank you. I guess. Guys, if you liked our electric video, give a thumbs up! And if you want to see more cool experiments, subscribe to our channel and press a bell button! Okay? Bye! Ugh, Sue always complicates things. Let’s see here… Hmm…Maybe it will work… just like this? Ugh, ugh… Hmm.. Maybe not…

100 thoughts on “FREE ELECTRICITY and Slick Slime Sam

  1. Hey guys, I challenge you to try these experiments! Leave a comment below and let me know how that turned out!

  2. Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens bright copper kettle the world will and mittens packages tied up and tied up with string these are a few of my favourite things

  3. i love your videos there sooo funny!???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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