Knowing how to make fake vomit may be a cheap and childish gag, but it never fails to gross people out and keep the laughs coming. Making fake vomit doesn't require a lot of skill or fancy chemicals to get the job done; in fact most of the things that you need to make fake vomit are already in your kitchen. And the things you don't have can be found at any grocery store. A bowl and a few minutes is all it takes to whip up a batch fake vomit.
To make fake vomit you will need:
- Food Coloring
- Plastic zipper bag
- Plastic bowl
- Pour one cup of water into a plastic bowl and add one teaspoon of food coloring. Stay away from bright colors like blue or red, because these colors are too bright to pass for partially digested food they can ruin you batch of fake vomit. Stick with green and yellow for your fake vomit. When they combine they make a nasty brown color that is perfect for making fake vomit. Keep adding food coloring until you get the color the way you want it.
- Dump six teaspoons of cornflower into the bowl of water and food coloring. Stir until the mixture starts to become smooth. When the mixture looks smooth and creamy, add three more teaspoons of cornflower to the fake vomit mixture. Your fake vomit should have the texture of stew, not too thin and runny but not too thick and sticky. If your fake vomit looks too thick add some water to thin it out a little bit. If your fake vomit is too thin, add another teaspoon of cornflower to the mixture to thicken it up.
- Get some left over food out of the fridge. Rip the leftovers up into chunks and add them to the fake vomit mixture. Use the spoon or your hands to mix the food into your fake vomit. If you want to add a bit of realism to your fake vomit, chew the food a few times before adding it to your fake vomit.
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