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Pasha

That was drinking, this is clapping http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNXElmEUIJo&eurl=http://popsci.typepad.com/popsci/the_breakdown/index.html
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It should be noted that forcing yourself to drink too much water all at once can kill you by diluting your blood and causing severe brain damage. Yes, it takes far more than the fellow drinks here (over a gallon for an adult), but one should be careful about drinking too much while practicing this sort of stunt.

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I think you were too quick to forget the man who died of drinking too much water not so long ago

michael M

ok well this says that he paused for a moment to allow it to creep up.... thats completely false... he actually blows into the bottle.... just waiting there does not work... and far to slow... also... ive done 3 liters of liquid in 14secs.. and im still here... so 1.5l is just a cake walk... i will admit i felt uneasy after 3l and i do not recommend it but its not going to kill an adult...

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It's nice to see them at least dip their toe back in the water here.Then through the chugging comes in the lowest audible screams I've heard in a while.

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ok well this says that he paused for a moment to allow it to creep up.... thats completely false... he actually blows into the bottle.... just waiting there does not work... and far to slow... also... ive done 3 liters of liquid in 14secs.. and im still here... so 1.5l is just a cake walk... i will admit i felt uneasy after 3l and i do not recommend it but its not going to kill an adult....

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It should be noted that forcing yourself to drink too much water all at once can kill you by diluting your blood and causing severe brain damage. Yes, it takes far more than the fellow drinks here (over a gallon for an adult), but one should be careful about drinking too much while practicing this sort of stunt.

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