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Leaving Things In Beer For A Month (EXPERIMENT)

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Mar 16, 2018

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  • Besides your sense of good judgment,
  • what else can beer destroy?
  • Let's talk about that.
  • ( music playing )
  • Good Mythical morning.
  • ( pirate accent ) And happy St. Patty's Day, maties.
  • Uh, that's more pirate, not Irish.
  • Well, pardon moi.
  • - That's French. - Whatever.
  • To celebrate tomorrow's holiday,
  • we'll be taking a bath today
  • in a Shamrock Shake. It's gonna be freezing.
  • And we're also gonna try to guess
  • what's inside some green barf.
  • But first, every St. Patrick's Day,
  • you run into somebody on the street
  • who smells like they've been soaking in Guinness for a month.
  • But what would happen if we actually soaked
  • other things in Guinness for a month?
  • To find out, we took to our shelf
  • that we leave things on, which we call...
  • ( liquid bubbling )
  • We've done Coke, bleach, open air, and now Guinness.
  • Mm, let's see if we have a clue what the brew do.
  • It's time for...
  • ( woman screams )
  • Okay, so we're gonna be presented with an item,
  • given two options for what might've happened to that item,
  • when it was left in Guinness for a month,
  • We're working together to try to figure out the right answer.
  • If we get three correct,
  • that means we do not have to drink
  • a warm Guinness
  • that's been left out to flatten
  • for over eight hours.
  • Ooh, sounds great.
  • All right, we left a sweater, just like this one,
  • in Guinness for a month.
  • Okay, and here are two options for what happened with this one.
  • Did it shred apart like those documents
  • that the FBI will never get their hands on?
  • Or B, absorb the liquid and grow moldy,
  • like a dirty diaper you forgot
  • in the back seat of your car two weeks ago.
  • Been there, done that.
  • I can't imagine that beer would make--
  • - It disintegrate. - ...wool disintegrate.
  • - Right. - Right?
  • - Yeah. - That's not gonna happen.
  • I mean, think of how many Irish people have spilled beer on wool sweaters.
  • - And then left it. - They got a bunch of holes in their sweaters?
  • - Never seen that. - Never seen that.
  • - Uh... - Never looked, though.
  • Uh, but have you seen moldy sweaters?
  • My instinct is that yeah, it absorbed the liquid,
  • which obviously it did,
  • and then grew moldy.
  • Yeah, so we're going with B,
  • absorb the liquid and grow moldy.
  • - Let's see. - Let's find out. ( whoosh )
  • - Whoa. - Oh, yeah, look at that mold on top, man.
  • Tong it out, Link.
  • From this angle here, it looks like a huge anaconda
  • is wrapped up in this jar, guys.
  • - Uh... it got brown... - Okay, so I'm gonna take--
  • ...because there's beer that's brown.
  • And look-- look at the top.
  • - That's mold. - That is mold all over the top.
  • It's probably good for you. Probably treat something.
  • Ooh! Smell it.
  • That is strong.
  • Ew! Whoa!
  • Okay, so I'm gonna...
  • I don't know why I'm gonna do this but I am.
  • I'm gonna pull it out just to see what happens.
  • Oh, only the top is moldy.
  • - You can tell-- see how the-- - It's got a little cap of mold.
  • The whole top of it--
  • - It's so heavy. - Peel some of that mold off.
  • - Peel some of this off? - Yeah, and eat it.
  • Look. It is a film.
  • Oh, that's a film of mold.
  • No, we actually-- we shoot on video.
  • Look at that right there.
  • It's-- oh, my gosh.
  • It's so gelatinous.
  • I'm gonna let you play with that.
  • It's so "filmish."
  • Oh! Oh! Oh... ( exclaiming )
  • - Am I missing-- am I missing-- - Yes.
  • Am I getting it on the friggin'...
  • Oh, you've-- We've got a breach.
  • We've got a breach!
  • Oh, gosh, it's really starting to smell.
  • Put it back in! Put it back in!
  • ( shudders )
  • We've left beer nuts in Guinness.
  • Now, what is a beer nut? A beer nut--
  • I think it's just like a candy-coated nut.
  • I'm gonna try to get one of these.
  • Drop it in.
  • Can I get you one to drop in-- drop one in me?
  • I'll drop one in ya.
  • Oops, I missed.
  • Come on, man.
  • When somebody opens his mouth to receive a nut...
  • ( laughter )
  • Come on, man.
  • This just isn't that hard.
  • Really. Right?
  • They taste good. They're sugar-coated peanuts.
  • But what happened to them?
  • What are our options?
  • Did they break apart
  • like One Direction after Zayn left
  • and made me cry for three weeks straight?
  • Or B, expand like my ego after two pints of Guinness?
  • ♪ Oh, two pints of Guinness ♪
  • For a long time,
  • I thought that nuts were made of wood.
  • I thought I'd throw that out.
  • One time-- one time
  • I was talking to my brother, and I was like,
  • "You know, I think we're eating wood right now."
  • You were wrong.
  • And he was like, "No, they're nuts."
  • Just because it's from something--
  • They are kind of woody.
  • Hm, I don't think they break apart.
  • I think they may absorb it and expand.
  • Let's go with absorb it and expand.
  • Let's see.
  • Oh. Nope, I already think that that didn't happen.
  • Now, you wanna use this?
  • I don't know if I got the proper tools.
  • You got one of these?
  • Oh, gosh, they stink.
  • They-- did they expand?
  • Put it down here.
  • Honestly, I don't know what the correct answer is.
  • But they definitely...
  • Oh, no, a couple of them--
  • Oh, they're bigger. They're bigger.
  • Put some of the other ones next to it.
  • They got bigger.
  • They did expand.
  • They did because--
  • Ooh, ooh, and that's pretty mushy.
  • There's not a nut that big
  • in this whole bowl.
  • These are the big nuts. Those are the little nuts.
  • The big nuts are on my side.
  • Little nuts become big nuts
  • when you dowse them in Guinness for a long time.
  • - And we were correct. - We were right.
  • Okay, now we've got some Irish Spring soap.
  • Because you know, every spring in Ireland,
  • it just spews out soap,
  • bars of it.
  • Can you imagine walking up to a spring
  • and it smelled like that?
  • You'd be like, "Somebody needs to call the EPA.
  • Wow. It's really refreshing in a shower,
  • but, like, in nature, I would be afraid.
  • All right, here are the options that we have been given.
  • Did the soap separate, float, and sink,
  • like Jack and Rose in "Titanic"
  • or turn to brown mush
  • like the guacamole I tried to save
  • from last year's Super Bowl party.
  • Oh, yeah, you can't hold onto that.
  • Not even for an hour.
  • Do you think I can break a piece of soap just with my hands?
  • You might wanna leave that to Chase.
  • - Can't do it. - I can do it.
  • I know I could do it.
  • - Really? - Oh, now you're trying harder.
  • It's just all about your grip.
  • Okay, so what do we think, separate and float--
  • Tearing it apart actually gave me some hints
  • 'cause it's much softer than I ever imagined.
  • Oh, so you think it turned to brown mush?
  • Think of it like the peanuts
  • a second ago.
  • Think of this as a peanut.
  • It's slightly porous,
  • but it seems like it's not gonna absorb that much,
  • but then it does, and it just kind of just completely undoes itself.
  • Yeah, let's say that it turns to brown mush,
  • like old guacamole.
  • Leave the pit in. That'll help.
  • - Do you agree? - Yeah.
  • Okay, let's find out.
  • - Yeah! That's brown mush. - Three for three!
  • That's brown mush.
  • Let's investigate what happened, guys.
  • - Investigate the mush. - ( lid pops off loudly )
  • - Oh, man. - Oh.
  • Is that negative pressure?
  • It doesn't-- it smells good.
  • Of course it does.
  • It smells more soapy than it does-- oh, my goodness.
  • Oh, my goodness, it's white under there.
  • Can you get it out?
  • - Whoo! - Stick that under your underarm.
  • Look at that, man.
  • Here, cut that open with something.
  • Oh, yeah.
  • ( imitating doctor ) Scalpel.
  • Don't do it towards me.
  • Ooh, it's so milky.
  • It's like buttery.
  • It lost all its "greenishness."
  • It lost all its "Irishness."
  • Let it down. Put it down.
  • Drop it. Drop it. Release it.
  • Looks like a computer mouse now.
  • Remove that.
  • It's totally fine in there.
  • It's just it's so mushy now.
  • Look at that.
  • Beer takes the green
  • out of Irish Spring.
  • They should-- Guinness and Irish Spring
  • should do, like, a co-branded commercial.
  • And it's just this. It's just footage from this.
  • Put that in the Super Bowl next year.
  • Yes, just a simple paper cup, Rhett.
  • Our options are,
  • did it remain a cup
  • or did it not remain a cup?
  • Now, I 'm trying to see.
  • Does this have a wax coating on it?
  • Yeah, it definitely has a wax coating.
  • It does because how could you drink out of a paper cup--
  • No well-respected paper cup is waxless.
  • I don't think that wax is going to give in to Guinness over--
  • I don't think wax would ever give in to Guinness.
  • Wax wouldn't do that.
  • - I think you're wrong. - You think I'm wrong.
  • I think you are totally wrong.
  • You think that wax gave in to Guinness?
  • I think that wax gave in to Guinness within 24 hours.
  • And it's no longer a cup.
  • It's no longer a cup.
  • It-- after a month,
  • this thing is just--
  • We're gonna be stirring this around,
  • and it's just gonna be fibrous--
  • - It's gonna be a "malaise." - Okay.
  • Okay, we've already won, right? We can't lose.
  • Right. So we're saying "not remain a cup."
  • - No longer a cup. - Not a cup!
  • Uh-huh.
  • Okay, it's kind of hard to tell at this point.
  • - Ooh... - The suspense, man.
  • I see the top.
  • The top part is definitely still a cup,
  • but I don't know if--
  • The whole thing's a cup, man.
  • It's still a freakin' cup.
  • Still a cup?
  • It's still a frickin' cup.
  • Still a cup.
  • The wax did not yield, man.
  • Pull it out.
  • If you can get it out--
  • Well, I think the way to do that,
  • is to squeeze it and come at it from both sides.
  • I think in order to get it out, you gotta make it not a cup,
  • so we may be right after all.
  • Nope. Clearly wrong. Nope, he can't get it.
  • If you include me taking it out, it's no longer a cup,
  • but if you didn't do that, I would've been a cup.
  • Well, I have a renewed respect for wax.
  • Okay, now we've got liver.
  • I've been told that this is human liver, right?
  • An Irishman's.
  • Yeah, it's an Irishman's liver.
  • - A damaged liver. - They just took part of it out.
  • - It was very large. - The rest grows back.
  • And the rest is going to regenerate.
  • Pretty nice, like a lizard's tail.
  • Did this bloat and bubble like the water
  • in the hot tub after Uncle Carl farts in it?
  • Or B, turn brown and start to melt
  • like Aunt Debbie's new nose
  • after she fell asleep on the roof?
  • - It's already kind of brownish. - It's a little brown.
  • But turn more brown and start to melt?
  • And liver is exposed to things all the time, right?
  • I mean, it's a filter.
  • And if it gets exposed to too much alcohol,
  • you get cirrhosis of the liver.
  • - Right, which is-- - What does that look like?
  • Cirrhosis, I don't think that's a bloating.
  • I think that's a crinkling
  • and a shriveling.
  • I think it's a bubbling.
  • I think it's got, like, things on it.
  • I think it looks like--
  • I think a "cirrhosified"--
  • - not a word probably-- - Sure.
  • ...liver has, like, blisters all over it,
  • which that seems like bloating and bubbling.
  • Okay, all right, we're going--
  • You think it's gonna melt?
  • ...with bloat-- I think it's gonna melt, yeah, because--
  • Well, last time we went with you, and it was wrong,
  • so now we'll go with me and it'll be wrong.
  • Bloat and bubble.
  • - Rhett: Uh-oh. - Link: Lots of blackness here.
  • - Oh, gosh. - Open this up.
  • Oh...
  • What happened to it?
  • - It turned into a barstool leg. - It turned into a barstool.
  • ( crew laughing )
  • Now, that was a...
  • Who would've thought?
  • - A liver-- liver-- - You know what?
  • Irish-- hold on-- Irish barstools
  • are made of liver.
  • Yeah, I always suspected that.
  • You know, the fine handiwork that's on a barstool leg?
  • Did you give us-- okay, this is another one we tried,
  • that we rejected because I guess it didn't do anything.
  • Yeah. I know what happens to a barstool.
  • Just bring it in, guys. Let's see it.
  • Oh, my goodness.
  • Here. You know what? Get rid of that one.
  • Be careful.
  • Uh, it's very hard to tell what happened,
  • but it's got a lot-- there's a lot of pressure.
  • You can see-- I'm standing back. Oh, my goodness,
  • - it's about to burst. - I'm standing back.
  • Here we go.
  • You can do it, Neal.
  • - ( triumphant music playing ) - Gotta use your legs.
  • - Use your glutes. - Use my glutes?
  • Start in the glutes and throw an energy thrust
  • all they way up to your hands.
  • ( grunting )
  • I gotta hold the bottom and you hold the top.
  • ( grunting )
  • ( roars )
  • Hold on. I think I'll lead with the left glute.
  • ( grunting )
  • Use both glutes, both glutes,
  • both glutes, yeah.
  • ( music continues )
  • - ( pops ) - Got it.
  • I think I loosened it a little.
  • No, you didn't! I did it, man!
  • Ugh!
  • Ew!
  • Oh, it's bubbling.
  • It's coming out of the top.
  • Okay, I think it turned brown.
  • We need another tray, guys.
  • Oh, gosh, it stinks!
  • Oh-- oh, it's so mushy.
  • Ugh!
  • - That's turning brown and melting. - ( retching )
  • It smells horrible!
  • You were right, Link.
  • Pull it out, man.
  • - I can't-- - Be a man.
  • If we were in Ireland right now, it would already be on the tray.
  • Ugh!
  • ( retching, coughing )
  • Ugh! ( retching )
  • You okay?
  • Use your-- use your glutes.
  • Use your glutes so you won't vomit on yourself
  • It's horrifying, man.
  • But, for the record, we were wrong.
  • Well, I was wrong.
  • We should've gone with yours.
  • And of course, we left Link's glasses in Guinness for a month.
  • Oh, that's where they've been this whole time.
  • Stick around 'cause we're about to take a bath
  • in a Shamrock Shake.
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Does a wool sweater that's been soaking in Guinness for a month shred apart or grow mold? We find out! GMM #1297.1
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