i wanna fill my tub up with chocolate pudding?

bad idea? do they sell pudding in like a big tub or do i have to get a whole bunch of packs? that could be expensive..

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Done it. If you're planning on doing this solo, it's not worth the effort. However, if a friend is to be involved in the tub with you, it is MOST EXCELLENT the first time. However, it's too much work to ever bother repeating.

    Try Sam's, BJ's, Costco, or other bulk foods merchants. Also, you might consider pie filling - that type of "chocolate" is all about the same and can often be purchased in larger quantities.

    As an alternative, Jello or another brand of gelatin is an option. Besides, there really are more flavor possibilities with Jello. And it easily dissolves in a hot shower....

    Finally, you will need about three or four times as many towels as you think you will. And about twice as much soap and shampoo. You'll be surprised just how long it takes to completely get yourself clean.

  • 1 decade ago

    Yummy Chocolate Pudding.

    I guess you never heard of the Pudding Man, You see that the pudding company was giving a 10 airline points for a pudding top wrapper. So this guy bought 5000 dollars worth of that stuff. Once he got the wrappers, he donate all of the pudding for a tax write off, but he sat in the airline with tons of airline points but nowhere to go due to blockout dates.

    It can be a bad idea. Whatcha going to do wit it and how to keep it from rotting? If you do intend to get some, you can buy some at Sam Clubs or Costcos ( them in my areea do) have i think a qaurt or 2 of pudding or maybe Smart And Final.

    SOme school cafteria ording places have them too.

    Good Luck and mm.. Chocolate Pudding

  • 1 decade ago

    That's going to be a real pain to clean up, that's for sure, but do I think it's a good idea...? Not really but if you want to do it, have fun. And the best way is to just get a bunch of pudding packets...look for a good sale on them!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Okay, you need to think institutional size.

    Go to Sam's Club or BJ's or somewhere like that and get a honkin' big box of pudding. They may sell them in 24 packs or something.

    The milk is going to be your big pain in the behind. Think about how many gallons this will take.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Buy 25 boxes of Jell-O chocolate pudding, sprinkle them all into the tub, throw in 50 cups of skim milk, and stir vigorously with the first long-handled apparatus you can find.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    try a restaraunt supply house they may have large tubs of pudding however this may cause damage to your plumbing not to mention food is a particularly rich environment for bacterial growth when not kept at the correct temperature and i dont think dow chemical had pudding in mind when they made those helpful scrubbing bubbles

    Source(s): martha stewarts complete gude to wesson oil parties
  • 4 years ago

    that's so humorous. That previous weekend we've been at a bd occasion for my niece. She became going to have a pudding pool. particularly they ended up with a jello pool with a pair bottles of veggie oil jumbled in. What a large number! all of them had lots exciting. Then they have been carried out they ended up having dirt wrestling. communicate approximately one greasy muddy mess. you need to have see the site visitors going by skill of to look. i became an harmless by skill of-stander, I took the black mail photos LOL

  • 1 decade ago

    Get into a hot tub of pudding then crank it with lotion.

  • 4 years ago

    I say go for it live life well you can test its limits if your like me me and love pudding I would second question my self

  • 1 decade ago

    Hmmm? I have never seen big tubs. Good luck on making all those packets.

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