Food Theory: The Hidden DANGERS of Peanut Butter!

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Peanut Butter is now a liquid. Yes, you read that correctly, Loyal Theorist. That smooth, gooey, creamy peanut-y goodness is now classified as a liquid by the TSA. And that means you can NO longer fly with it on an airplane (unless it’s under 3oz, of course). But why? Why would the TSA do this? And will you never be able to eat peanuts, peanut butter cookies, or a Butterfinger on an airplane again? Let’s find out!
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25 Replies to “Food Theory: The Hidden DANGERS of Peanut Butter!”

  1. Course the TSA has a good sense of humor. The entire thing is the biggest joke in American history. Just look up their surprise testing rates and count how many actual terror threats they’ve prevented????

  2. Yeah their only banning it because it can be used to hide things… I bet they have a pb jar stash from all the confiscations

  3. The TSA needs to be abolished. It’s quite literally less than useless. It’s harmful.

  4. The whole time I was wailing for the “CREAMY PENUT BUTTER” video to pop up

  5. I hope he somehow, on one of the channels, talks about security theatre, so Matt can learn about how the TSA is actually one of the least efficient govt programs in the country, and fails secret security checks more often than not.


  7. If you eat a PEANUT AND BUTTER sandwich, is it a peanut butter sandwich?

  8. The TSA basically used the definition of a fluid (which includes pastes and gels) as their definition of a liquid.

  9. 0:08 Yeah, it has an indefinite shape with a definite volume. Just a very slow moving liquid

  10. Well, bitumen from pitch drop experiment dropped only 10 drops in almost 100 years, yet it's still liquid.

  11. Schlatt, what happened to this peanut butter? Well, you said we might not use it, and so I did.

  12. I can't have anything as a member of Team Theorist ???? thanks Mat, I absolutely LOVE it here.

  13. 2:11 By this definition air could be considered a liquid. It has no definite shape and takes the shape dictated by the container it’s in.

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