Taking the PISS

Well the newly formed Pimlico Institute for Stormhoek Studies (PISS) is now open for business and we present our first video – Let’s Go Mento – amazing, but dangerous stuff.

Customer Safety Warning: This experiment combines ordinary products in an extraordinary way.

Do NOT try this at home, unless

a) you’re extremely rich and can afford to throw away $10 bottles of wine just like that
b) you *like* the taste of Shiraz with a hint of sugar, glucose syrup, hydrogenated vegetable oil, etc…
b) you have a Stormhoek Security Licence (available for $500 from PISS) or
c) you’re stupid and you really really really want to.

Most mere mortals should stick to throwing their mentos into diet coke.

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11 thoughts on “Taking the PISS”

  1. James, there’s really only one way to find out – I look forward to seeing your video documenting the experiment on YouTube shortly. However, I have it on good authority that the only effective way to prevent hangovers is not to drink too much wine in the first place. Boring, I know, but probably true…

  2. You bloody, brilliant bastard! They don’t call you clever Pete for nothing. . . .

    Kudos–another great, offkey production. Keep em coming!

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  4. @John, just one of the many spinoffs you’re likely to see…

    @Tart, oh boy, I got a smooch – I thought only cool dudes like hugh got them!

    @Chef, hahahahaha you ain’t seen nothin’ yet – does this answer your (lovely, kind) e-mail??

    @Adrian, actually Jack Hargreaves was the inspiration for that little hook, though clearly the spray in the face gag was a nod to dear old Fred too.

    @t-kitten, takes one to know one.

    @Rachel, great idea, but I think I get ruled out by this clause – ELIGIBILITY: This Contest is open to legal residents of the United States and the District of Columbia (excluding residents of Arizona, New Jersey, Maryland, Tennessee, and Vermont) though I might be able to get Hugh or Jason to enter on my behalf…

  5. Haha…this is brilliant. I love the fact that you not only made one attempt, but continued until you were completely successful in your “experiment”. :P

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