|By Hatcher (Hatcher) on Monday, January 28, 2002 - 01:51 am:|
Title says it all..How long will dunked cakes survive unscathed? All donations accepted..
|By quote: (Quote) on Monday, January 28, 2002 - 02:22 am:|
after about 48 hours, they begin to 'bleed' psilocybin into the dunk water, which i suspect is the beginning of drowning and eventual death. exactly how long till it's completely dead, i don't know.
but i'd avoid going much over 48 hours.
|By Hatcher (Hatcher) on Monday, January 28, 2002 - 02:33 am:|
Cool my man, 'appreciate it. This chick already has me two days behind schedule, and I had to worry if I could get back to them in time..Time to procede! Thanks again for the prompt response quo..
|By Timothy Leary (Timothyleary) on Tuesday, January 29, 2002 - 07:16 am:|
hmmm, drinking psychedelic water??? can this be done quo??? does the psilocybin really bleed into the water???
I am droolin'
|By plinkerdink420 (Plinkerdink420) on Tuesday, January 29, 2002 - 01:44 pm:|
yeah, along with all the nasties living on the outside of the cake
|By quote: (Quote) on Tuesday, January 29, 2002 - 01:54 pm:|
it really does. i never realized it until i tried dunking in skim milk. after 48 hours, i noticed the milk turning pinkish. a few more observations and tests later, i concluded that the same mechanism that turns shroom flesh blue, was turning my milk pink, i.e. oxidizing psilocybin.
which means it had to be leaking out of the cake.
|By Timothy Leary (Timothyleary) on Wednesday, January 30, 2002 - 12:33 am:|
anyting that is on the cake you would already
have been in contact with for a long time, plus
the acid in your stomach should kill just about
anything...still sounds risky...any thoughts???
Would psychedelic milk or water be safe to consume???
|By Kman (Kman) on Thursday, January 31, 2002 - 02:17 am:|
I got a large flat cake that is probaly near death as it has had 3 flushes already. The problem is it seems to be oversaturated. I havn't changed anything, it jsut seems like maybe the poor basterd is dying and isn't going through water like it use to. Is there anyway of drying that cae out? Or is it time to burry it in the backyard?
|By Kman (Kman) on Thursday, January 31, 2002 - 04:16 pm:|
nobody can help me with this?
|By Brettiejams (Brettiejams) on Thursday, January 31, 2002 - 06:51 pm:|
Try packing it in dry verm for a day or two to draw out some moisture.
Or wrapping it up in paper towels, remove them when wet, and repeat the process until you have drawn enough water out.
If the cake is real old, it might not survive the over-saturation, even if you try these things.
I have no personal experience with this, just offering suggestions.
|By Vitti (Vitticeps) on Thursday, January 31, 2002 - 07:02 pm:|
Sounds like good advice to me brettie.
|By Kman (Kman) on Friday, February 01, 2002 - 02:10 am:|
well I have just let it sit and it seems to be drying out now, I even got some new pins forming. It looks like I might squeeze one more flush out of the old girl. thanx