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British Suicide Kit

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by Mustang51PNA

submitted May 5th 2007

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British Suicide Kit
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That would be unpleasant. Just go to Mexico and buy some Nembutal. Amateurs
11 years ago
what for? just get a gun at the closest gunstore and blow your head off
11 years ago
It's a "British" suicide kit. The only people in England allowed to have guns are the royal family.
11 years ago
Wrong plug. Guess again fuckwits...
11 years ago
OMG!!! where is the ground pin!!! that wouldn't kill you anyways... Europeans and their 220 volts, less amperage, and its not even across the heart. just an easy way to pull a Stranger when you are by yourself.
11 years ago
less amps? isnt amperage determined by the load?
11 years ago
I've got a load for both of you!!!
11 years ago
idiot voltage kills people not amp, havent you seen the movies they torture ppl with electricity and turn up the voltage? well ive seen in person and i know its voltage not amp,
11 years ago
actually, it IS the amps that kill you. electric fences(for livestock) usually have a voltage of 2000 flowing through it, but a very low amperage. U=IxR.
11 years ago
Victorious is right! except its V=IR or E=IR (Voltage, or Electromotive force, equals Current (amperage) times resistance (in ohms)Mathematics is never wrong... unless its an idiot that's using it! theoretically amperage is determined by the load, but as resistance is increased, voltage is increased and amperage is increased. police stun gun tazer thingys, are around 50,000 volts, but it has an extremely low amperage, thus making it a non-lethal (for the most part) device. and inversely when you increase the voltage, the amperage drops (just like the europeans) and the reason for them using 220 volts is that you don't need as thick of a gauge of wire to carry a smaller current (amps), therefore they can save money by using less amounts of copper wire (that shits expensive!) and use it on their ac generators to throw out 220v! *trivial note: we us 60hZ ac generators in the US and pretty much everyone else uses 50hZ ac generators. (bigger quadrature windings!!!) for the record
11 years ago
damn eyeranian... you just contradicted yourself and showed yourself as an idiot.

1.) movies are fake... unless they're not
2.) they TORTURE, not KILL, the person by increasing the voltage.
3.) and what, you counted how many coulombs per second to determine whether or not there was a voltage increase?
11 years ago
it was taught to me as U=IxR, with U=voltage(or literally translated from dutch; tension), I=current and R=resistance. it's the same nevertheless.
11 years ago
X-Box, You the man with all your superhero math stuff I can barely balance my checkbook.
11 years ago
You need one plug for a finger on each hand so it can jump across your chest.
11 years ago
damn brits and their weird electrical outlets
11 years ago
Not a British plug. looks French/Spanish to me.
11 years ago
We have safety plugs here in England.
11 years ago
plugs in norway are like that.. think that in spain to..
11 years ago
RobRob is completely correct. Not a British plug.
11 years ago
I thought the British used 3 flat pins arranged as a 'T'. I'm not sure being westinghoused is the most dignified way to go.
11 years ago
Your correct
11 years ago
we (the dutch) use this outlet.
11 years ago
Oh no you fucking don't. All the Western European countries supposedly use the same 2 or 3 pins in a straight line. But no. I get there and I'm told that my power adaptor doesn't fit in an outlet in Italy because the design is based off a German outlet. So I have to use a German to Italian converter just to get my Australian to supposed European adapter to fit.

Either the pins are slightly spaced differently or are a different thickness or there's a slight rectangular indentation on the outlet which the plug doesn't have so it doesn't go in enough or there's a small key protruding from the edge of the plug without a corresponding notch in the outlet.

Surely this is against the common market, where's the ECJ case? I can sort of understand now why they sell that stuff in the picture. If it would only fit the right fucking plug though!
11 years ago
what kind do you have over there in australia?
11 years ago
It's not British, the UK uses these three pin plugs... http://www.richmond.ac.uk/images/resources/itav/av-equipment/uk-plug.jpg
11 years ago
We use that plug here in Korea.
11 years ago
Chairman its just another NTB in the way of an effective SEM dont think youll hear anything at the ECJ.
P.S. Mustang youre a fucking moron, Britain is not 'some parts on Europe' dickhead!
11 years ago
3 thin, flat pins in a triangle arrangement pointing towards the centre.
11 years ago
like in half-life 2
11 years ago
does this shit make you go into a madass dancing frenzy or what?
11 years ago
Dude, your mad dancing frenzy bullshit is gonna make me go on a mad retard killing frenzy. What was your address again?
11 years ago
i live with ur moms on milton avenue
11 years ago
Hey mayor, are you a 12 year old? Because you come off as one.
11 years ago
I thought this was the universal plug? As in the shaving plug socket.
11 years ago
Do they come in kiddy sizes?
11 years ago
Thats a European 220v 2 pin plug. We use 240v 3 pin plugs in britain
11 years ago
it may not fit our wallsockets, but it might be a bathroom application for use in the shaver sockets supplied in the bathroom light?
11 years ago
What's with the freaky hand?
11 years ago
lupus
11 years ago
British?
Leave America one day, the worlds a big and varied place...
11 years ago
it must suck to be a yank!
11 years ago
Its a baby dick teaser that makes your leg tick!
11 years ago
But does it have an adapter for baby hands?
11 years ago
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