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  • Bullshit. Fire alarms are triggered by heat and smoke, not room temperature moisture.

    Submitted by Hierro on Jan 23, 11 at 2:37pm
    • "Fog" machines heat a special oil until it vaporizes into airborne particles - that's exactly what a smoke detector is made to detect.

      Submitted by iowawashington on Jan 24, 11 at 10:35am
  • In my dorm, the fire alarm was right outside the single person bathroom. If you took a really hot shower then open the door wide and let all the steam out, all the hot steam would set the alarm off for the building (as people said, no sprinklers)

    Submitted by taylortunetracy on Jan 24, 11 at 7:27am
  • i still cant believe this happened. that fucked up my whole night.

    Submitted by btchiwillcutyou on Jan 25, 11 at 1:05am
  • Happened at my school dance we were stuck outside for half an hour

    Submitted by deanxsam on Jan 23, 11 at 3:37pm
  • I can vouch for this. The same thing happened to me freshman year at college in the dorms. The alarm went off but not the sprinklers.

    Submitted by chrisg313 on Jan 23, 11 at 8:59pm
  • Fake and fail

    Submitted by JJdoggie on Jan 23, 11 at 7:25pm
  • Been there, done that. Everyone who's saying fake is an idiot. If you don't believe it, try it yourself some day.

    Submitted by Topanga053 on Jan 25, 11 at 10:30pm
  • Thank you, J-Ville, for doing what only stupid people would do.\n\nAnd yes, this really can happen. Fog and smoke are the same thing according to fire alarms. The sprinklers don't come on, though.

    Submitted by stcharly on Jan 23, 11 at 9:40pm
  • fog is water vapor. water vapor is not smoke, and does not set off fire alarms, because it's just water. fake.

    Submitted by shelteredme on Jan 23, 11 at 7:38pm