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You've Heard About Helium Raising Your Voice, But What Happens If You Inhale This Gas?

SEPTEMBER 16, 2015  —  By Joe Welkie

Balloons are fun. You can chase them, you can pop them, and in some cases, you can inhale the air inside of them to make your voice sound insanely funny. And we all know that inhaling helium from a balloon will make you and your friends sound like the cute little guys from Alvin and the Chipmunks.

But are there any other gases out there that can affect the sound of your voice? That's exactly what this guy wanted to find out. Wait until you see what he discovered.

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That's terrifying! Can you imagine hearing someone talk like that in the middle of the night? You're going to want to get some of that gas in time for Halloween to scare off unsuspecting trick-or-treaters! (But seriously, just don't. It's probably not safe.)

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