Can of paint might work better.
If you tried that, you would blow up your microwave. And you would probably be killed by the blast. It ain't worth it.
Your so-called friend was trying to set you up to get hurt or killed. If someone is trying to set you up like that, they are not your friend. Someone is not going to try to get their friend killed.
There are people who pretend to be your friends, but in reality, they are your enemies. I have had people (back when I was a kid) that I thought were my friends. And they would put me up to doing something wrong, while they secretly gave me up in the principal's office (most of this happened when I was a teenager in middle and high school). And I would get in trouble, if I fell for it. If I didn't fall for it, they would spread false rumors about me, and I would get in trouble for something that I didn't do (possibly something that didn't happen; they made it up).
I'm a grown man now, in my 30s. Take it from me: If someone is trying to set you up, they're not your friend
The resultant exudence of masses of electro magnetic radiation of varying wavelengths will no doubt fry your reproductive bits and pieces and those of anyone nearby - trusting your "FRIEND" is one of these.
Definition of "silly, dangerous prat" - see above.
A metal spoon could fry the microwave. Contrary to popular belief, it won't explode or cause a fire. Tell your friend you did it and nothing happened. If he or she is perplexed, tell them the spoon was plastic. Apparently plastic spoons don't melt :)
My "FRIEND" TOLD me to put a spoon in the microwave and "SEE" what happens .... "SHOULD " I do it ?
FRIEND ( per dictionary ) a person for whom one has a strong liking for and TRUST , who possibly cares about one' WELL BEING
SHOULD ( per dictionary ) to indicate an OBLIGATION , DUTY or correctness , typically when criticizing someones actions
SPOON ( per dictionary ) an implement consisting of a small shallow oval or round bowl with a long handle used for EATING ,STIRRING or SERVING Food , can be made from wood metal plastic or a variety of materials
THREE OPTIONS is to ASK the "FRIEND" what will happen ( test of knowledge honesty and assessment of INTENT )
or Read the Microwave instruction manual
or do the Test
on the ASSUMPTION the instruction was to use a METAL spoon a person can suspect the "FRIEND " already KNOWS the resulting effect
according to Mental floss if the energy isn't absorbed it has nowhere to go but back to the magnetron rendering it USELESS which CAN render the microwave USELESS ( damaged ) why metal objects are NOT used in the Microwave ....
. instructing or encouraging another person to do an action that one KNOWS will . be damaging to others Property or cause HARM does not meet the definition of Friend and TRUST
SHOULD ( obligated ) I do it ?
the word OBLIGATED is not in the definition of FRIEND the word TRUST is
for the so called "FRIEND" this request may be a TEST of YOUR TRUST or that . one will COMPLY without Question aka GULLIBILITY and Credulity
JOKE ( per dictionary ) something that a person SAYS that causes AMUSEMENT or LAUGHTER , especially a STORY with a funny punchline
when i was 4 my brother said Jumping up and down on the mattress was "FUN" I lost may balance Bit my tongue open when landing on the floor , got Sutures .
.. NO one was LAUGHING then since then i question what other people TELL me I "SHOULD " DO
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No, it can blow up your microwave.
no, dont do it, you nnight cause the nnicrowave to explode
your friend did not specify if the spoon is made of wood, plastic, or metal nor did they say for how long to set the microwave's timer
could fry the microwave, then what would you tell your Mom .................... ?
noooo it will explode
No, unless it's plastic you should be alright.
So, does your friend sell microwaves?
The spoon would spark and get red hot
I once bought a bag of fish sandwiches at Arby's and when I got home I figured they needed warmed up a little so I put the bag in the microwave and set it for 20 seconds.
I hit the start button and started walking away and then turned around and the microwave was lit up like a Christmas tree and the sack was on fire in only 8 seconds.
It was because the wrapping paper had a metallic foil like coating.
The heavier metal spoon would be a lot worse.
I wouldn't trust that friend if I were you lol, and no you shouldn't put a spoon in the microwave.
Not much of a joke, honestly.
Go ahead, but be prepared to buy a new microwave.
No, don't put metal in the microwave.
No. You will destroy your microwave unless it's a plastic spoon.
I'm a Technician. I don't believe anyone, I have to try myself. If you are an idiot like me, put a spoon in the microwave. It will not explode. It may fry the Magnetron tube, but that's only about $30 to replace.
You can amaze your friend by putting a slice of apple pie ala mode in the microwave -- heats the pie without melting the ice cream.
No it might not be good for the microwave