if u want to charge ur ipod with no wall charger look!

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  1. jmiz9000

    jmiz9000 New Member

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    I hope you're not serious. Do you actually believe that bullsh*t?
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    Blake Super Moderator Emeritus

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    I wouldnt try it!
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    its not true, if you had like 1000 onions mayyybeeee
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    Chucky102 Well-Known Member

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    I tried this with my ipod nano 1G and it worked...somehow the flavor of the gatorade influeces the charge..i just got like 5 minutes of charge..
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    markymarkdotcom New Member

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    its the electrolytes in the gatorade.

    electrolytes are the reason lazy kids pee bright colors when they drink gatorade because their bodies dont need the extra energy.


    so all you lazy kids out there, stop drinking gatorade it doesnt make you healthier unless you run and excersize too!
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    Yes, you can charge your ipod using this method do to the electrolytes in the Gatorade. Basically the electrolytes are charges of energy, hence why its in Gatorade. What I wouldn't do though is stick the USB end back into the computer afterwards, meaning you might wanna have an extra ipod cord before trying this.

    Oh, and this is pretty old stuff too. Lol.
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    works the same way as how you light small lightbulbs with a potato, though i kind of doubt this would be enough to charge an ipod..
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    it said 15-20 min.
    i will never try that bec the usb adapter could break by putiing it in onion
  10. Evalocity7

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    I doubt the USB would break, but what I dont know is if the residue from the onion and electrolytes on the USB would maybe short out the USB connection on the computer.

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