History Series / Manswers

20th Feb '18 12:57:32 PM SLthePyro
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* TricksterMentor: One particular manswer outlines a number of ways to fool a Breathalyzer by using various things to alter your breath. Notably this is one manswer that ''doesn't'' have the DontTryThisAtHome label, despite that it supposedly encourages drunk driving... because ''[[AllForNothing none of the methods work]]'', as the end segment reveals that despite its name, the Breathalyzer analyzes the air in your ''lungs'', not your mouth or even your throat.[[note]]A basic function of your lungs is to remove carbon dioxide from your blood, and alcohol is also removed this way, which is why the lungs are tested. In fact it would be infinitely more worrisome if you ''did'' somehow fool the Breathalyzer after having a few too many beers, because that means your lungs are failing.[[/note]]

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* TricksterMentor: One particular manswer outlines a number of ways to fool a Breathalyzer by using various things to alter your breath. Notably this is one manswer that ''doesn't'' have the DontTryThisAtHome label, despite that it supposedly encourages drunk driving... because ''[[AllForNothing none of the methods work]]'', as the end segment reveals that despite its name, the Breathalyzer analyzes the air in your ''lungs'', not your mouth or even your throat.[[note]]A basic function of your lungs is to remove carbon dioxide from your blood, and alcohol is also removed this way, which is why the lungs are tested. In fact it would be infinitely more worrisome you'd have much bigger problems if you ''did'' somehow fool the Breathalyzer after having a few too many beers, because that means could mean your lungs are failing.[[/note]]
20th Feb '18 12:56:48 PM SLthePyro
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* TricksterMentor: One particular manswer outlines a number of ways to fool a Breathalyzer by using various things to alter your breath. Notably this is one manswer that ''doesn't'' have the DontTryThisAtHome label, despite that it supposedly encourages drunk driving... because ''[[AllForNothing none of the methods work]]'', as the end segment reveals that despite its name, the Breathalyzer analyzes the air in your ''lungs'', not your mouth or even your throat.[[note]]A basic function of your lungs is to remove carbon dioxide from your blood, and alcohol is also removed this way, which is why the lungs are tested. In fact if you ''did'' somehow fool the Breathalyzer after having way too many beers, you'd have much more dire concerns as it likely means your lungs are failing.[[/note]]

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* TricksterMentor: One particular manswer outlines a number of ways to fool a Breathalyzer by using various things to alter your breath. Notably this is one manswer that ''doesn't'' have the DontTryThisAtHome label, despite that it supposedly encourages drunk driving... because ''[[AllForNothing none of the methods work]]'', as the end segment reveals that despite its name, the Breathalyzer analyzes the air in your ''lungs'', not your mouth or even your throat.[[note]]A basic function of your lungs is to remove carbon dioxide from your blood, and alcohol is also removed this way, which is why the lungs are tested. In fact it would be infinitely more worrisome if you ''did'' somehow fool the Breathalyzer after having way a few too many beers, you'd have much more dire concerns as it likely because that means your lungs are failing.[[/note]]
20th Feb '18 12:54:46 PM SLthePyro
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* TricksterMentor: One particular manswer outlines a number of ways to fool a Breathalyzer by using various things to alter your breath. Notably this is one manswer that ''doesn't'' have the DontTryThisAtHome label, despite that it supposedly encourages drunk driving... because ''[[AllForNothing none of the methods work]]'', as the end segment reveals that despite its name, the Breathalyzer analyzes the air in your ''lungs'', not your mouth or even your throat.[[note]]A basic function of your lungs is to remove carbon dioxide from your blood, and alcohol is also removed this way, which is why the lungs are tested. In fact, somehow fooling the Breathalyzer after having way too many beers likely means you have bigger problems.[[/note]]

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* TricksterMentor: One particular manswer outlines a number of ways to fool a Breathalyzer by using various things to alter your breath. Notably this is one manswer that ''doesn't'' have the DontTryThisAtHome label, despite that it supposedly encourages drunk driving... because ''[[AllForNothing none of the methods work]]'', as the end segment reveals that despite its name, the Breathalyzer analyzes the air in your ''lungs'', not your mouth or even your throat.[[note]]A basic function of your lungs is to remove carbon dioxide from your blood, and alcohol is also removed this way, which is why the lungs are tested. In fact, fact if you ''did'' somehow fooling fool the Breathalyzer after having way too many beers beers, you'd have much more dire concerns as it likely means you have bigger problems.your lungs are failing.[[/note]]
20th Feb '18 12:50:59 PM SLthePyro
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* TricksterMentor: One particular manswer outlines a number of ways to fool a Breathalyzer by using various things to alter your breath. Notably this is one manswer that ''doesn't'' have the DontTryThisAtHome label, despite that it supposedly encourages drunk driving... because ''[[AllForNothing none of the methods work]]'', as the end segment reveals that despite its name, the Breathalyzer analyzes the air in your ''lungs'', not your mouth or even your throat.[[note]]A basic function of your lungs is to remove carbon dioxide from your blood, and alcohol is also removed this way, which is why the lungs are tested. In fact, somehow fooling the Breathalyzer after having way too many beers likely means you have bigger problems.[[/note]]
20th Jul '17 2:47:10 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* {{ShownTheirWork}}: The show has a surprisingly about of creditability which in every episode they back up all their claims with facts and interviews with various experts in fields that their topics are covering.

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* {{ShownTheirWork}}: ShownTheirWork: The show has a surprisingly about of creditability which in every episode they back up all their claims with facts and interviews with various experts in fields that their topics are covering.
20th Jul '17 2:46:37 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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''Manswers'' was a show than ran on Creator/SpikeTV from 2007-2011. Its format consists of asking a series of questions that the (college-aged male demographic) viewers presumably want to know, though viewers are also encouraged to send in requests. Thus, the questions generally involving sex, alcohol, animal attacks, or some combination of the three, though slightly more "cerebral" questions occasionally creep in. A season subtitled "Harder Faster" focused more on [[SexSells sex]] and less on . . . everything else, and a season subtitled "Shock and Awe" focused more on war and military related topics. No matter the season, though, explosions and volume are in abundance. And fanservice. Did we mention fanservice? 'Cause there's [[CaptainObvious a lot]] of fanservice.

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''Manswers'' was a show than ran on Creator/SpikeTV from 2007-2011. Its format consists of asking a series of questions that the (college-aged male demographic) viewers presumably want to know, though viewers are also encouraged to send in requests. Thus, the questions generally involving sex, alcohol, animal attacks, or some combination of the three, though slightly more "cerebral" questions occasionally creep in. A season subtitled "Harder Faster" focused more on [[SexSells sex]] and less on . . . everything else, and a season subtitled "Shock and Awe" focused more on war and military related topics. No matter the season, though, explosions and volume are in abundance. And fanservice.{{fanservice}}. Did we mention fanservice? 'Cause there's [[CaptainObvious a lot]] of fanservice.
20th Jul '17 2:46:09 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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''Manswers'' was a show than ran on Spike TV from 2007-2011. Its format consists of asking a series of questions that the (college-aged male demographic) viewers presumably want to know, though viewers are also encouraged to send in requests. Thus, the questions generally involving sex, alcohol, animal attacks, or some combination of the three, though slightly more "cerebral" questions occasionally creep in. A season subtitled "Harder Faster" focused more on [[SexSells sex]] and less on . . . everything else, and a season subtitled "Shock and Awe" focused more on war and military related topics. No matter the season, though, explosions and volume are in abundance. And fanservice. Did we mention fanservice? 'Cause there's [[CaptainObvious a lot]] of fanservice.

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''Manswers'' was a show than ran on Spike TV Creator/SpikeTV from 2007-2011. Its format consists of asking a series of questions that the (college-aged male demographic) viewers presumably want to know, though viewers are also encouraged to send in requests. Thus, the questions generally involving sex, alcohol, animal attacks, or some combination of the three, though slightly more "cerebral" questions occasionally creep in. A season subtitled "Harder Faster" focused more on [[SexSells sex]] and less on . . . everything else, and a season subtitled "Shock and Awe" focused more on war and military related topics. No matter the season, though, explosions and volume are in abundance. And fanservice. Did we mention fanservice? 'Cause there's [[CaptainObvious a lot]] of fanservice.
19th Dec '16 2:31:19 PM Discar
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* AManIsNotAVirgin: Sure enough, about 1/3 of the Manswers involve getting laid.
10th Mar '16 3:26:51 PM Fan01
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* {{ShownTheirWork}}: The show has a surprisingly about of creditability which in every episode they back up all their claims with facts and interviews with various experts in fields that their topics are covering.
16th Sep '13 6:53:40 PM KentuckyTroper1990
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''Manswers'' is a show which runs on Spike in the United States. Its format consists of asking a series of questions that the (college-aged male demographic) viewers presumably want to know, though viewers are also encouraged to send in requests. Thus, the questions generally involving sex, alcohol, animal attacks, or some combination of the three, though slightly more "cerebral" questions occasionally creep in. A season subtitled "Harder Faster" focused more on [[SexSells sex]] and less on . . . everything else, and a season subtitled "Shock and Awe" focused more on war and military related topics. No matter the season, though, explosions and volume are in abundance. And fanservice. Did we mention fanservice? 'Cause there's [[CaptainObvious a lot]] of fanservice.

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''Manswers'' is was a show which runs than ran on Spike in the United States.TV from 2007-2011. Its format consists of asking a series of questions that the (college-aged male demographic) viewers presumably want to know, though viewers are also encouraged to send in requests. Thus, the questions generally involving sex, alcohol, animal attacks, or some combination of the three, though slightly more "cerebral" questions occasionally creep in. A season subtitled "Harder Faster" focused more on [[SexSells sex]] and less on . . . everything else, and a season subtitled "Shock and Awe" focused more on war and military related topics. No matter the season, though, explosions and volume are in abundance. And fanservice. Did we mention fanservice? 'Cause there's [[CaptainObvious a lot]] of fanservice.
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