1. Fox
    Fox

    lol, I look so pensive.

    • Felis Manul
      Felis Manul

      Do not try put a light bulb in your mouth. Bad idea… Did I just gave you another bad idea?

      • Kristopher Tiberius Haven
        Kristopher Tiberius Haven

        Yes… it is a bad idea to put a light bulb in your mouth… you might get lead or mercury poisoning.

        😛

        • Felis Manul
          Felis Manul

          So getting that thing out of your mouth without breaking it is less problematic than poisoning? Sheesh, then good thing I just got cuts on my lips! (Yes that was stupid, never make stupid bets)

  2. Liatai

    Oh dear! X3 Oh Fox… You had a measuring cup, a shot glass, and a bottle, right? I imagine there were writing implements somewhere around. You could have found out without sticking the bottle in your mouth and WITHOUT spitting in the measuring cup!

    Step 1 – Pour 1/4 cup water into the measuring cup.
    Step 2 – Pour water into bottle.
    Step 3 – Mark on bottle where the 1/4 cup water comes up to. (Bottom on the meniscus, now. We want to have proper scientific technique. :P)
    Step 4 – Pour another 1/4 cup water into the measuring cup.
    Step 5 – Pour water into bottle.
    Step 6 – Mark where the water comes up to.
    Step 7 – Repeat steps 4-6 until bottle is full. Hey presto! You have a rough jury-rigged marked measuring device for liquids! 😀
    Step 8 – Pour water out of bottle.
    Step 9 – Fill mouth with shots.
    Step 10 – Expel mouth-liquids into bottle.
    Step 11 – Record data.

    Hey presto! No spit in the measuring cup, a scientific answer, AND a new handy dandy emergency measuring device! (Once it’s washed out, of course.) :3

    • Dlore2177
      Dlore2177

      Seems way to complicated and prone to errors…
      Step 1 – Estimate on the high side how much you mouth can hold.
      Step 2 – Fill measuring cup to estimated amount.
      Step 3 – Slowly poor from the measuring cup into your mouth, until you reach full.
      Step 4 – See how much is left in the measuring cup.
      Step 5 – Subtract what is left from what you started with.
      There you have a it one very scientific measurement of how big your mouth is. But no where near as funny as the bottle in the mouth.

      • Barry
        Barry

        Better still fill shot glass with water, drink into mouth, count, repeat until mouth is full

  3. Fox
    Fox

    LOL
    I’m drunk right now so that’s funny.
    That’s a lot of text.
    I decided to just wait until Mandy wasn’t around and find out the answer is 4.

    • Xezlec
      Xezlec

      Interesting! Now measure your stomach.

  4. Brighttail
    Brighttail

    You could have used the measuring cup to put in lets say 8 oz to see if it would fit, then spit into the sink. She said no spitting in to the cup, not that you couldn’t drink from it.

    • Alpo
      Alpo

      Pretty much what I was thinking. Put eight ounces in the cup, drink from the cup to see how much will fit in the mouth, see how much is left in the cup. Do the subtraction.

  5. Mopruk
    Mopruk

    Looks like fox went to extreme… measures. 🙂

  6. Lucario

    So, what’s that last word? I get “How much of it disappears?” which doesn’t make much sense.

    • TachyonCode
      TachyonCode

      He seems to have figured that if some portion of it fit in his mouth, that’s how much his mouth can hold. It’s… original thinking, alright XD

      • Mopruk
        Mopruk

        Unfortunately, he forgot to take into consideration that his mouth would be open while taking the shots… Which is cheating, because you can hold more liquid in your mouth while it’s open and facing upward than you would while your mouth was closed.

  7. loveoftech
    loveoftech

    Couldn’t you just keep drinking water out of the shot glass, and keep count?

  8. Sloth
    Sloth

    Get around volume measurement by using weight/density.

    1) measure weight of empty glass
    2) fill mouth with water and empty the contents into glass
    3) measure weight of glass with water
    4) volume of water in mouth = weight of water / density of water (1g=1cm3)

    • Mujaki
      Mujaki

      But your step 2 is forbidden. “Don’t spit in my measuring cup!”

      • Alpo
        Alpo

        There is no requirement to use her measuring cup for the “spit receptacle”. Weigh any empty container, from a paper Dixie cup to a one-quart ice tea glass. Let’s say it weighs 250 grams (since Sloth used metric, I’ll stay with it). Fill mouth with water, spit water into glass. Now weigh glass. It now weighs 300 grams. That means 50 grams of water, which means 50ccs, which is about 1.7 ounces.

  9. Lycos
    Lycos

    I’m surprised Fox didn’t just pull a sharpie pen out and put a comma next to the word “Don’t” making it so Seley said “Don’t, spit in my measuring cup” to give him permission

  10. Tiido

    LOL, the expressions are wonderful here hahahahahaha

  11. Carmeops
    Carmeops

    you guys are doing it so backward, it’s weird, the easiest way to know your mouth volume:
    1-get a water bottle which volume of water is known
    2-fill up mouth with water without spilling anything
    3-measure the remaining water in the bottle with the measuring cup
    4-original volume – measured volume = mouth volume
    and miss can’t complain cause only water from the bottle got in the cup

  12. Mopruk
    Mopruk

    I like how everyone has their own way to measure how to study how many shots they can hold in their mouth, and I’m just sitting here saying that he should tape a ruler to the bottle.

  13. Jake
    Jake

    Best way to keep shot glasses clean?

    Just drink straight out of the bottle. Boom. You won’t use a single shot glass.

  14. Robin Bobcat
    Robin Bobcat

    Of course, the EASY solution is this:
    The bottle holds sixteen ounces.
    Fox fills mouth with water from bottle.
    Fox swallows. Possibly hacking and coughing amusingly.
    Fox pours the rest of the bottle into the measuring cup.
    Fox does basic math, subtracting measuring cup volume from sixteen ounces.

    Profit!

    • attic rat
      attic rat

      Point of trivia: The half-metric system here in the US makes the standard disposable water bottle 16.9 liquid ounces to match 500 ml. For these measurements, calling it 17 ounces should be good enough.

      Or, for more serious answers–just stop using shot glasses! I’ll recommend half-pint jelly jars as a starting place …that’s probably somewhere around the average person’s maximum mouthful.

  15. stripedfox26
    stripedfox26

    SCIENCE

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