One of them is lying.
I just Asked Jeeves. He called me an asshole, but led me to this:
"This can go in two directions, if the frying pan is never heated and if the frying pan is hot and you pour the glue on.
Scenario 1 - the frying pan is at room temperature, and is not heated afterwards: the glue will stick to the pan due to the nature of its chemical bonds - most superglues have electron radicals that will attack at almost any elemental bonds and will break them-up leading the frying pans "non stick" surface to bond with the glue particles. Thus the surface "fails."
Scenario 2 - the frying pan is heated to 100+ degrees Celsius: as the glue is being poured it's chemical composition of bonds will change as a large amount of heat is being provided allowing the electron radicals to escape in to the atmosphere and not attack the surface molecules, further changing the chemical consistency of the glue and either burning it up in to the atmosphere as it does that (allowing it to react with Oxygen and other gases in the air) or turn it in to a charcoal like hardened substance thus the glue 'fails'."
You're doing the lord's work, son.
I read the whole thing thinG thinking you asked Jesus
Jesus is a weirdo...any grown man that wears only a robe everywhere especially with guy friends is weird
long comments are for pimps
Holy shit man.... i hafta get a non stick pan and sum super glue
or you could ask Jeeves
is that ever as fun?
So they both lie... It's gotta be in the fine print somewhere !
no, what actually happens is it creates a paradox and thus creates a singularity, where one of two things happen,it will either send you back in time about 20 to 23 mins...or you just are erased from this universe
doctor who for dummies, lol
divide by zero
Hahahaha, made me laugh.
This thing got 200+up votes?
Its basically the same thing as dividing by 0. :)