Sinful Sunday: Eureka!

It’s 17 years since I last studied Physics, and while I was always a pretty competent scientist, it never really held my interest. Maybe I should’ve paid more attention to my teachers…and to Archimedes. This afternoon I found myself on the sofa with a full mug of soup, a large hunk of bread, and a desire to dip the latter deep into the former. Result? Soup everywhere.

Anyway, after cleaning myself off, I decided that there might be other people out there who could do with a bit of a crash course in basic Physics. With that in mind, I proudly present…

(Sinful) Sunday Science Experiments (Not For Kids): Displacement

Step 1

Take a glass and fill it with water.

science experiment bw1 science experiment 1

Step 2

Find an object – ideally something large that you’re happy to get wet. Slowly insert it into the water, until it’s fully immersed.

science experiment bw2 science experiment 2

Step 3

Observe the mess you’ve made. Try to remember what’s supposed to happen next.

science experiment bw3 science experiment 3

Step 4

Clear up mess. Resolve not to give up the day job…

Oh, and apparently this process also works well for post-sex clean-up.

(This week’s Sinful Sunday theme is ‘Black & White’, and let’s face it, all terrible textbooks should come complete with grainy, colour-drained images. I’ve included the originals alongside, per Molly’s request)

Sinful Sunday

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26 Responses to Sinful Sunday: Eureka!

  1. Lol. This made me giggle. At school we studied displacement with balls of plasticine. 🙂

  2. now if physics had been explained like this in class, i would have paid even more attention…

  3. Molly says:

    Oh for science classes to have been this ummm… hands on!


  4. Mia Sinclair says:

    Now that’s the sort of science lesson that would have grabbed my attention!!!

    ~Mia~ xx

  5. This made me giggle… and at the same time it’s damn sexy!

    Rebel xox

  6. Tabitha says:

    I agree – if textbooks had these sort of explanatory images, I might have been a doctor or sommat! A* for Mr A 😀 x x

  7. silverdomuk says:

    This is not how I was taught physics, even at Uni. For shame.

    Great pics. You made me LOL.

  8. vidabailey says:

    I have no idea what the response to someone’s penis in a glass of water is. They don’t teach that in school either!

  9. ow ow ow ow hurts to laugh!
    ohhhhh can’t stop giggling!!!
    i adore you!

    and as a mother of 3 boys, who says this isnt for kids hahaha
    i could just seem them doing this
    damn, can’t stop laughing

  10. ouizzi says:

    Hehe, I’ve always loved science, I think a few more people will have found a new appreciation for it today. Wonderfully fun images

  11. John says:

    It’s one way to “measure” penis size … “he had a cock so big, it flooded Classroom T2!” 😉
    I’m sure sexy science could catch on!

  12. mariasibylla says:

    Science can be fun!

  13. Harper Eliot says:

    Haha, this made me laugh. And what is the volume of your cock?

    • I don’t know – clearly I need an assistant here when I perform the experiment, to measure that for me! Or you could make it your question for my Q&A post, and then I suppose I’d HAVE to calculate it!

      • Vida says:

        Oo, unless the question was just ‘how much mess does my cock make?’, in which case I’m sure there’s more than one willing would-be assistant here to help measure. *Holds up beaker*

  14. beck03 says:

    This made me laugh as well. Well done.

  15. This made me giggle so much. They say that the secret to teaching is to really engage people’s attention. Brilliant.

  16. sub-Bee says:

    This made me laugh….if only school was this much fun!

  17. I think we just found out what you can do until your laptop is fixed. Dunk that dick!
    Åsa x

  18. Science experiment, or trying to think of a cover up for your penis beaker? x

  19. Bonus points for being original with your pictures. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen anyone put their pecker in a glass for science. All of the pictures are nice and I can’t pick a favorite.

  20. KaziG says:

    Thank you for the imaginative physics lesson! wish I could have had that in my original textbook 🙂

    ~Kazi xxx

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