I bought a pair of grey pants online that turned out to have been dyed with that black dye that smells like sulfur (if you've ever had bad smelling black jeans, you know) and the absurd part of my brain is tempted to try soaking them in Pepto Bismol to see if it binds with the stank particles. It's probably a bad idea because I don't want to stain the pants pink, but I also can't stop thinking about it?

Then again, if the sulfurous smell actually is sulfur it might not matter because bismuth binding with sulfur is what turns your tongue and other stuff black after taking it 🤔

@erinbee I think you kinda have to do this. Maybe you’ll end up with Black 3.0 jeans. Hell, maybe you’ll have just created Black 4.0 and you could grant Stuart Semple the single right to use it.

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