Dry Ice Prank Freak Out Drive-Thru Attendants [Video]

The drive-through pranks just keep on coming and coming and coming. So here’s another one.

Sometimes your drink isn’t cold enough. Sometimes it’s way, way too cold. Other times you’re just a prankster.

Just add some dry ice to freak people around, and you don’t even have to wait till Halloween to play with it.

In this prank from J Stu Studios, Justin Stuart and Andrew Scites (with the help of friend Kevin Neary) seriously confuse drive-thru attendants by stealthily adding dry ice to just-ordered soft drinks.

It’s definitely nice to see that we have some caring employees underneath the Golden Arches. One of them politely tries to warn the customer not to kill himself and another woman takes the cup back saying, “nuh uh, ya’ll ain’t gonna die on my hand”

Stuart shared that he came up with the idea while brainstorming science experiments that could be used in an effective prank.

“Everyone knows what dry ice is, but no one ever took it through a drive-thru and pranked people,” he said. “I guess paying attention in science class pays off.”

Dry ice definitely creates a creepy fog-like effect when you add a little water to it, but there are some other really cool things you can do wit dry ice, says WonderHowTo.

For this trick, find a block of dry ice and break it into pieces the size of small rocks. Carefully place one or two of the pieces inside of a balloon and tie it off. You’ll notice the balloon begins to inflate all by itself. Over the course of about 25 minutes, the balloons will keep growing, until you’ve got a basket overflowing.

You may also confuse friends with levitating bubbles, just add some crushed dry ice into a large clear bowl. Then wait for the gas to fill it up, and turn invisible. At this point, try blowing the biggest bubble you can, and drop it right in the center.

Instead of popping on the bottom, it levitates around in midair, and will make your friends wonder, “what kind of sorcery is this?”

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