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Science fairs are awesome, But when I win they are the coolest. I never took home the prize in the 3rd grade cause everyone ...
else’s parents did their projects for them. I’ll show you guys how to win by making a paper mache volcano.
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Hi you buddy, this is Billy Manson. How is today? Today I am going to show you how to win top prize at the science fair. We are going to win with the paper mache all kind of sure to sweep all of other brainiacs.
But first, you need to collect your supplies. We got flour, water, paper and some tape. Big old plastic bottle as your base, you mix the flour in the water, get a nice and marquee, give it a lot, just go crazy with it, all right and get all nice and sticky and. You mix that flour up in there and then you take the strips of paper, you dip in the flour, there you go that is your paper mache strips and you just keep stripping around and you just keep going around.
There is always -- I use two so keep doing it. Makes it, oh, the last time in nobody had them all kind I know. Now what you had, I do not know what I am going to do with the victory money, and just have fun with it you know. I mean do not worry about making a mess, you know, just splish splash and like you are taking a bath.
Walla! Now, we are almost ready to submit to the school science fair but first, we got to check to make sure our volcano is active. You have got to pour some vinegar into the top of the volcano like this, then all you got to do, add some baking soda really, really quick like, come on, [shouts] look at that! There is no way that it will not going to win top prize of the science fair.
Well my volcano did not win, guess all I did on dang today we show you all to how to lose a science fair, badly. Just turn it off man, what am I doing in my life? All right let us do another take.
I am having ideas paper mache volcanoes john? Gees, why do we could not do an episode a bang you know, look at Billy Manson he is out of ideas dang, he maybe an idiot.
And now what people want to see? Fifth prize John! And you know all their parents did all of them for him you know, dang this episode dang help Billy Manson get out of the day, that is funny right? People were laughing at, people will be---hey listen, why would you just go ahead, why do no you just take a break---why man why? So I can relax? Not once has anybody say hey, hey Billy look little tired need any help Billy?
Oh man—no it is Billy, where is the rent Billy you got to pay for the dental fee.
Billy look man, you are sick, poorly Billy I have an idea.
Hey I am Billy Manson how is the day? And today, I am going to show you how to build a Hawaiian tropic island ashtray. Dang!