I Survived The ‘Human Carbon Monoxide Detector’ Experiment

Really, it’s not a smudge on the lens, it was THAT smokey in the car… and it got worse.

Why am I smoking a cigarette in an already-smoke-filled Dodge?

Found out inside.

As bonus content on the upcoming ‘B!tch Sl@p! Volume 1’ DVD, we decided to try our hand at a ‘Mythbusters’ style experiment.

Theory: Cigarette smoke does not contain NEARLY the amount of carbon monoxide found in automobile exhaust.

Method: I locked myself in an enclosed car with a pack of cigarettes, a carbon monoxide detector, a video camera, an electric vaccuum pump, and 20 minutes to finish every cigarette in my possession. Repeat the process (without me being in the car) with car exhaust being fed into the passenger compartment, and see which one produces a higher level of CO.

Conclusion: You’ll have to wait for the DVD, but I think you’ll be surprised.

It was a lot of fun, and we managed to get some pretty cool pictures… I’ll be sharing them soon.

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