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Super Soaker Becomes A Snowthrower In Freezing Winter Weather! Amazing! Watch HERE!

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This is basically Mr. Freeze's wet icy dream!

Temperatures are so below fuh-reezing in Northern Ontario that one Canadian loaded a super soaker with boiling water, which almost instantly turned into a misty snow when the trigger was pulled.

Is this new snowthrower a weapon of mass destruction? Possibly.

Should we be afraid of an American-Canadian War that will start in the great tundra of winter 2014?! No, Canada is like the nicest country ever!

Just so you know, the outside temperature when this was filmed was -41ºC, which is almost exactly the same degree in Fahrenheit.

Whether you're a convert to metric or not, that's pretty cold!

While you bundle up, ch-ch-check out the cool demonstration…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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4 comments to “Super Soaker Becomes A Snowthrower In Freezing Winter Weather! Amazing! Watch HERE!”

  1. canuckgirl959 says – reply to this


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    -41ºC, hah! That's nothing! We were -51ºC the other morning in Winnipeg with the wind chill!!

  2. Pegado says – reply to this


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    Celsius is almost the same as Fahrenheit???? Where did you go to school? -41 Celsius is -105.8 Fahrenheit you dummy!

  3. Hipchick83 says – reply to this


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    Re: Pegado – it's actually only -41.8 fehrenheit….so he is basically correct…google it, always check to make sure u are correct when you are trying to make someone else look like a moron. Now you look like an idiot

  4. canuckguy99 says – reply to this


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    Re: canuckgirl959

    -41C was the base temperature. If you look at the stats for Jan 2nd in that town, it was -55C with the wind chill. Why do people factor in wind chill when talking about temps? it only matters against clothing/skin. It's negligible in an experiment like this. anyway Winnipeg is a cold city too - stay warm.