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Man inhales the world's heaviest non-toxic gas and the results are hilariously evil

Man spreads laughs by pulling the oldest trick in the book. Cody himself did a double take after listening to his own voice after inhaling the gas.

Man inhales the world's heaviest non-toxic gas and the results are hilariously evil
Cover Image Source: YouTube/@TheCodyReeder

It's no secret that inhaling helium heightens one's voice and gives it a comical touch. This was the go-to party trick back in the day. It was and still is the easiest trick to elicit laughter at parties. While the usage of helium is popular, a lot more gases can cause a change in one's voice. This is evident from the video by Cody's Lab in which Cody inhales different gases to change his voice, and it's truly a laugh riot. In the video, Cody is seen taking things up a notch by inhaling the world's heaviest nontoxic gas - sulfur hexafluoride. The heaviest gas definitely leaves a huge impact bound to make people think of their favorite childhood supervillains.

Image Source: YouTube/@theCodyReeder
Image Source: YouTube/@theCodyReeder

 

The video first has Cody inhaling Sulfur Hexafluoride which is also known as the deep voice gas. But, Cody mentions in the video how he is ready to move a step forward and asks, "What happens if I breathe in a gas that's even denser?" Then, he goes on to empty another balloon in his mouth. In an even deeper voice, Cody declares in the video, "This is Perfluorobutane." He sounds like Darth Vader and Voldemort, all combined into one. Later on, he gave his own review that, "if sulfur hexafluoride is the deep voice gas, this is the deeper voice gas." He then plays on to this devil persona and makes his own version. He shared, "I am the dark lord fuzzy-b**t and I have come to eat your soul!" This was followed by the quintessential evil laugh.

Image Source: YouTube/@theCodyReeder
Image Source: YouTube/@theCodyReeder

 

Thereafter, Cody began to feel some after-effects of the gas. He added how the gas is a bit hard to get out of his lungs. This definitely deflates his evil laugh. The YouTuber took some breaths, but it still felt the same. Maybe sticking with helium for the party trick is the way to go. The video was uploaded as a short and quickly gained 11 million views. Cody's Lab is a YouTube channel where @theCodyReeder tries out different things related to science. This short was shot to understand the effect of Perfluorobutane on human voice. One of his videos featured him creating a rocket with sodium and water. Another one had him building marvelous metal mushrooms.

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Image Source: YouTube/@purelypotential

 

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Image Source: YouTube/@lucamednyanszky749

 

The comment section was in splits seeing Cody's antics. @sledgedragon2677 pointed out the funniest part of the video and commented, " 'I don't even remember what I said there, I hope it was funny.' This is too relatable." @trantrungnam612 put out a crazy scenario and wrote, "Imagine the villain made their entrance with the deep voice and laugh, just to choke and unable to breathe seconds later." @crazymalaka8471 extended a dare to Cody and wrote, " Dare you to go to Walmart and ask one of the employees 'do you have any axes?' " using the deep voice gas." @randomspideyisstress2663 shared their opinion about the voice, "He was the happiest Demon Lord that ever existed for a few seconds lmao." @irzamaulana812 believed that Cody changed personalities at one point, "I Don't even remember what I said back there" Yeah, the Dark Lord took control for a few seconds."



 

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