Sulphagne is produced by mixing iron rich champagne with a small quantity of sulphur. The proper ratio for the reaction is 17 bottlesworth of champagne to 1 heaping teaspoon of sulphur. It should be noted to get better quality champagne because there is no hiding quality. Once ingested it has the peculiar effect of producing vaporizing lasers from the eyes of a subject when he/she focuses on any object. This is commonly observed in the waste disposal industry as the most simple way of dealing with waste.
After a large beaker of sulphagne was ingested the subject was asked to focus on the test tube. It quickly disappeared.
by Shizzle_Dizzle_fo'_Rizzle January 27, 2009