OMG!!! My bag of mini-marshmellows is empty! NOOOOOOooooo :bawl:
mmmmmmm...these are good...
pathfinderOMG!!! My bag of mini-marshmellows is empty! NOOOOOOooooo :bawl: :help: :Puppyeyes:
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! WHY GOD?!?! WHY!?!?!?!
17th June 2002
In 1762, a noted UK scientist Bartholomew Hampstead discovered how to move a small vehicle with a large generator which he referred to as an internal combustion engine. Powered by an oil-based substance called petroleum, this early internal combustion engine was capable of reaching 5 miles per hour when moving a one ton test vehicle, and could accelerate from 0 - 5mph in just 12.8 seconds.
His peers at Oxford University doubted both the engine's effectiveness and usefulness, however. Until, that is, a visitor from the future appeared, driving a 2002 Ford Mondeo, as Hampstead was about to leave Oxford University grounds. Hampstead was killed ironically as the car ran him over before disappearing into another portal ten yards behind. Hampstead's engine was lost in a nuclear explosion three years later.
Thats a good idea, run cars with marshmellows!~