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Demonstrating the infinite potential of boiled water since 1837.

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I'd imagine it started....

Off from a bad bet over cups of tea.

either way, the pain from the resulting crash would still be better than flying now a days (bazing!)

Chickenlump responds:

Their pinkies touched, and so, a great competitive disembowelment was formulated.

there is only one flaw with this invention....

he is obviously to fat to fly very far!

Chickenlump responds:

Now, that's not nice. It was hard for people in the Victorian age to get exercise, what with all the snow and flying cars.

i must say

surely the resulting overpressured steam-splosion when he contacts the ground will cushion the fall and leave him unscathed! and wrinkle free at that!! BRILLIANT.

Chickenlump responds:

Perhaps it shall replace the parachute in later years.


-"but harold! BOiled water can't possibly power a 59 kilogram rocket engine backpack!"
-"Rubbish! Yes it can and I will prove it to you!"
and so Harold set off to prove science wrong.
Wil he succeed or will he die?
find out in the next issue of Steampunk weekly!

Chickenlump responds:

"Harold" you say? That'd be a wonderful moniker for this character. Shame he doesn't last much longer.

IM not

if this review could only impersonate falling, then we'd be all set

who do you think you are????

making a valid point about a substance that no longer feeds our energy supply

Chickenlump responds:

I beg to differ, dante224, as many devices and power plants run off what could be considered or defined as steam energy. Suck on that.

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4.75 / 5.00

Oct 24, 2009
9:22 PM EDT
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