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Heating Up Water for Randoms

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by Dread7Green, Feb 3, 2014.

  1. Hey everyone got a question here,
    So I just got back from my first day at a new job and I found out that they send out 2 random employees each month for a drug screen. The employees selected take their own vehicle to the test site (~10 min drive).
    I had to take a drug test to get the job which was no issue, I'ved faked probably 15 of these in my life. However, I have never worked somewhere that actually enforced a random RUA policy.
    I alreay own a powder urine kit which i've used (reordered) many times before, tested and love it.  Comes with a vial of real human piss freeze dried into a powder form, a bottle w/ temp strip,  & handwarmer. So my only real issue is supplying the water. I need it to reach ~98 degrees in less than 10 minutes.
    Any ideas on how i can accomplish this? Its -11 here right now and our winters usually last pretty long so a bottle of water in my car will get very cold in a few hours.
    I don't think i'd have the time to stop off at a gas station and microwave it tbh and i'm not entirely sure if i get followed there or not. I really would rather not quit smoking while I worked here (I plan on staying at least 5 years) when my only obstacle really is how to heat a bottle of water up!
    Sorry if this post is a little confusing this edible is kicking in lol
    Thanks for any input!

  2. electric thermos that plugs into car lighter or crotch it till you use the hand warmer...thats all i got
  3. thats a pretty good idea but youd have to watch for overheating.

    depending where you live if you kept an insulated water bottle wrapped up in a blanket it would probably stay warm enough that the hand warmers would bring the heat up to level quite quick.
  4. yea or you could wrap it in one of those shiny emergency blankets that hold in heat

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