Babies and movie theaters.
If your child is prone to crying and screaming for no reason, best to wait for the DVD release. If it's a movie you really want to see, consider hiring a baby sitter. If you absolutely must bring the wailing wonder, take it outside until it calms down, please?
Bleach and Ammonia. Duh.
That is incorrect. The formula for creating poisonous is simply Ammonia and Chlorine. Mixing Bleach and Ammonia will still create the poisonous gas but not to the full potential. I wouldn't recommend mixing the two chemicals at any time without using the proper safety equipment.
Lots of stuff:
Pins and condoms.
Electronics and water.
Poison and babies.
Cowboy hats and yoghurt.
Family gatherings and porn.
Windows and bricks.
A haemophiliac and a cactus.
Alcohol and getting a tattoo
Toothpaste and food.
Ha Ha...Are you talking about actually combining toothpaste into a recipe? Like a toothpaste sandwich or roast chicken with toothpaste gravy?
Or are you referring to, for example, drinking orange juice just after brushing your teeth- which is a horrible surprise every time.
I was thinking about the latter but the former seems a bad idea too.
Hydrogen and oxygen.
What do you have against water?
Ban dihydrogen monoxide!!!
I did not know that before, but red bull and milk. It was not pleasant.
Fairy washing up liquid on a Granny Smith apple. Unexpected and deeply vile.
Why did this happen?
I was five at the time. My mum used to make up bubble-blowing solution for me to play with. I was not normally a careless child, but accidents happen!
So just a kid not washing their hands? I thought you'd mixed them together out of curiosity or something.
My hands were most certainly washed! No, I think what happened was that I got too close to mum whilst she was squeezing fairy liquid and my apple received a splash. Thinking about it I do recall an unexpected splash of colour on my Granny Smith. Not wanting to waste any of my favourite apple I took a bite. Last time I ever ate anything odd looking without checking first, plus even if I had realised what it was I didn't at the time know what detergent tasted like. A worthwhile experiment I feel. Learned a lot from that bite.
My mum had been a nurse. Handwashing had become automatic by age two at the latest!
Alcohol and anything with wheels-it's just not gonna end well.
Two subcritical masses of U238.