TikToker Goes Viral After Accidentally Making Napalm Instead Of Slime

What was intended to be a fun TikTok showing fans how to make a slime material, TikToker theresa360 had to remove their post – after they accidentally made a napalm-like substance instead.

With over 2 million followers, Theresa360 makes a lot of artistic and craft content and various “life hacks” on her TikTok account.

Such an arts and crafts video didn’t go as intended, however, as viewers were quick to point out that instead of making “slime” as intended, Theresa had made an incredibly flammable material instead.

Napalm is an incendiary compound that was formerly used in military settings, and while not technically illegal, it is rarely used today because it is so deadly and can cause huge areas of burning and destruction.

TikToker accidentally makes napalm

But despite its dangerousness, napalm is also surprisingly easy to make – so much so that this TikToker made it by complete accident.

The now-deleted video shows Theresa360 mixing a styrofoam heart with acetone — a potentially deadly mix.

After the video went viral for the wrong reasons, it was shared across other social media as well. A viral tweet joked that they “accidentally made napalm instead of slime” arrived on the TikTok page.

After the video was re-shared on social media, it was deleted, but of course nothing has ever completely disappeared from the internet.

It’s possible TikTok removed the video itself as it tries to prevent copycat videos – the platform has taken steps to prevent other dangerous activities from trending on the platform.

In November, TikTok announced moderation changes to prevent dangerous trends and specifically “hoax” videos. We would imagine that showing people how to make napalm, even if it happens accidentally, could fall under these guidelines. TikToker Goes Viral After Accidentally Making Napalm Instead Of Slime

Emma Bowman

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