Top products from r/Whatcouldgowrong

We found 35 product mentions on r/Whatcouldgowrong. We ranked the 194 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top comments that mention products on r/Whatcouldgowrong:

u/nllpntr · 4 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

Ultra-Purewhip and Whip-It! brands seem to be most commonly used for huffing. The Whip-It! brand actually specifies that they use medical grade nitrous... for whipped cream. And check out the graphics. I'm amazed they get away with it.

edit: So this is fucked up, if anyone cares. Turns out I got really drunk after posting this last night... I must have either remembered this comment or looked at my comment history, because today I got a shipping confirmation email out of the blue for a big box of these, plus a canister. Thanks, Drunk Me, for ordering shit I don't really want, but will happily accept anyway. My weekend will now be hilarious.

u/Tantric989 · 1 pointr/Whatcouldgowrong

If you like hard boiled eggs a lot, this is one of the best things you can buy under $20. I get perfect hard boiled eggs every time with 0 effort. It also has trays for poaching and omelets, they don't make anything amazing but they will make decent eggs with a bonus that it was steamed and not fried.

u/LetsDoThatShit · 3 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

Not a big deal, I'm always happy to help

It seems like they're popular with the outdoor/survival crowd? I've skimmed through some amazon reviews of one model and there are apparently some benefits, but I'm everything else than well informed when it comes to lighters

EDIT: I'm still not sure how they are called(in English) though

u/vanontom · 1 pointr/Whatcouldgowrong

Always wonder if my gauges are accurate. Or rather, which one is most accurate, given we all have a few with different results (within 3-5 PSI). Never had anything proper or expensive to verify. Finally bought cheap digital, super easy to read, but still unsure if accurate. Your suggestion looks solid, may add it to the collection.

BTW: Amazon links just need the site/dp/itemnumber for valid link. All the rest is reference and tracking codes. Example:

u/InterPunct · 5 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

If your honestly interested in the history of "white trash" I found this book to be very interesting. It's a little dry and academic but taught me a lot about the roots and behavior of American culture of which I was only tangentially aware. The author is an educated historian who self-identifies as white trash:

u/blackirishlad · 11 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

This book is pretty riveting stuff. Kind of a side by side comparison of Nazis and Communists during those years and makes it clear how much more efficient the Soviets were in contrast to the stereotype of German efficiency.

Like in Poland, where Nazis had a hard time actually killing the people they needed to kill and pretty much just grabbed anybody they could, especially the jews. Soviets collected information first and quietly executed soldiers, officers, intellectuals, and local leaders instead. They learned how to do it from years of experience doing the same domestically. They killed quite a few jews and non-Russians because, despite their ideology of bringing the world together, they were very nationalistic/paranoid when it came to key jobs and power.

u/GogglesPisano · 2 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

And reinforce the frame with something like this.

u/ausernameitis · 178 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

By the way, microwaving eggs works very well, if you use the right cookware. I use this type in hotels when I'm on the road.


u/someomega · 1 pointr/Whatcouldgowrong

So.... those magnets would work just fine in city driving. Just keep it off the interstate, unless you go for the jumbo magnets.

u/missing_rat123123123 · 22 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

this one is better. no microwave needed: amazon

u/barem3tal · 1 pointr/Whatcouldgowrong

Grill lighters Electric Long Lighter -Rechargeable Long Neck Plasma Arc Lighters Long,Windproof Candle Lighter for Home Kitchen BBQ Camping Stove Outdoor Sports Activities,Pewter

u/BallsDeepInJesus · 24 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

Here is an example of what you need in that situation.

u/ikidd · 2 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

Read Traffic. It actually corroborates what /u/alexmg2420 says. Assuming, of course, that the receiving lane acts civil and lets traffic alternate in.

u/ChefGuru · 5 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

You're missing the point... Don't look at the 3rd party listing prices, look at the main page, where it shows the list price. List price for that book says it's $28.

When it comes time to replace books, if nobody on Amazon is selling one, I doubt that the Library is going to send someone to scour yard sales and thrift stores to find a replacement. They're going to charge you the list price to replace a book.

u/throwdemawaaay · 2 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

I like . Don't be turned off assuming it's some hippie dippie nonsense. It's based on the same concepts and methods reputable caretakers use with large dangerous animals.

u/Tangurena · 1 pointr/Whatcouldgowrong

The way the frame is attached is very weak and trivial to defeat.

Most door reinforcement kits will make the jam much more resistant to kicking.


Also, "hammer head deadbolts" hold on to the frame so that they are much harder to kick in. They push two ball bearings into the strike plate hardware in order to grab on to the frame:

Goes over door security in far more detail than you want:

u/Dragoniel · 2 pointsr/Whatcouldgowrong

> It's a constructed scenario there is no data. No data is necessary because it is self-evident that if you select two random people, and the only qualifying difference between the two is 'one is currently committing a violent crime', that person is more likely to have a weapon.

Self-evidence is subjective. You are picking random people up for a nondescript crime, which can be anything from a mugging to a murder, stating the likehood of having a nondescript "weapon" on person, which can be anything from a tactical pen to a pocket knife to a firearm, without any regards to location or time of the event. What you are stating is that armed crime is [a lot] more common than unarmed crime and then trying to use this statement as an argument to imply that because of the previous implication firearm ownership is inherently a bad thing. Again, not taking in to account self-defense cases, their success and failure rates or anything else - basically just pulling imaginary/implied data out of context.

Yeaaaaaa, that's gonna be a nope from me, dawg. Not playing those games. Cold hard data, my dude. Cold hard data analysis.

Either way, there is this little personal rule I've got for myself that I treasure very much - while I've proven my point to people on gun control in the past, I've also had a lot of absolutely exhausting and pointless arguments, which ultimately I don't get paid for, so I don't do it anymore. Sooooo, sorry, but Imma cut it right here - I am off to play some Odyssey, disabling inbox replies over here, man.

I hope you have a great evening!