Why you should NEVER smash a can of WD-40

The Idiot below demonstrates why you should never, ever smash a can of WD-40. In fact, people should never smash any type of can that has pressurized content. Doing so is just asking for trouble!

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12 Responses to Why you should NEVER smash a can of WD-40

  1. Yeah… make sure to keep those *flaming* cans of WD-40 away from anything that might crush them. You never know what could happen.

    Too bad this idiot can probably still breed.

  2. Yeah… make sure to keep those *flaming* cans of WD-40 away from anything that might crush them. You never know what could happen.

    Too bad this idiot can probably still breed.

  3. The fact the can was on fire to start means that either something was lit (like the inserted tube) or it was set to be spraying the whole time (like rubber band around the nozzle trigger).

    If you want to have fun with something pressurized, you should buy a can of compressed air and leave it in a car, with the windows closed, on a nice hot day (like 100 degrees outside).

  4. The fact the can was on fire to start means that either something was lit (like the inserted tube) or it was set to be spraying the whole time (like rubber band around the nozzle trigger).

    If you want to have fun with something pressurized, you should buy a can of compressed air and leave it in a car, with the windows closed, on a nice hot day (like 100 degrees outside).

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