Is Non-Dairy Creamer Flammable — Are You Sh***ing Me, Internet?
Like all modern, non-Amish people, I read the Internet a lot. The internet tells me lots of things. Some large percentage of it is very obviously nonsense. Other things I'll accept because they sound plausible or, if my BS-o-meter is going off I might run them through Snopes.
Here's a factoid I read today: The Internet says that non-dairy creamer is flammable. It's supposedly because of something called sodium aluminosilicate which is added to non-dairy creamer to keep if from caking together.
Are you sh***ing me, Internet?
Find out by watching this video in which I try to ignite non-dairy creamer while simultaneously trying not to set off the indoor sprinklers right outside my boss's office!
(To be honest, I already knew the answer. I just wanted an excuse to set a fire in the building.)