Mad Scientist Potion Video

September 30, 2008 at 12:09 am Leave a comment

It bubbles, glows, and produces fog. A vodka & tonic or gin & tonic works well for this. Lemon juice with tonic water is good for a mad scientist soft drink. All you need is a black light somewhere in the room and some dry ice. If you are daring (or maybe reckless is the word I want), you can put the last tiny bit of dry ice in your mouth and blow carbon dioxide smoke rings. I’m not advising that… just saying you could.


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