Wanna know what this feels like, shuffle your feet on the carpet for about a year, and then touch something metal.
I'll try that..I have a year to kill... :P
Just don't touch your cat, unless you like the smell of burnt fur.
Also after rubbing your feet on the carpet for a year, don't touch anything electronic you want to keep, unless you want to buy another one. (did the same sort of thing on a smaller scale and had to replace a mag light flashlight).
Edit: I'd also insert a bad pun into this comment, but I'd rather spare some people.
1. I didn't see THIS coming
2. How would you know shufferling your feet for a year results in enough electricity to fry a/your cat? -.-
Static electricity, and I doubt it would even take a year to fry a cat, maybe three months?
Frying cats, eh? Wouldn't it be easier to just toss 'em in the good 'ol microwave? I wonder if a cat could explode like a hot dog.
Ah yes. Ground. The weakness of all elctricity users.
So its like getting struck by lightning, except the lighting is coming from inside your body X_X
Of course. The housecleaning robot would know how to beat someone with electricity. She's probably had to fix a few circuits in her day...
Now I understand why thunderman floats all the time. Roll just turned Thunder man into a lightning rod. Since there was a thunder storm and thunder man not only is surging with electricity on the inside but also has a point on his head, which attracts electricity. But if her whip is apart of the mega buster wouldn't she be affected?
Any way the best way to experience this would be to stand at a high point during a thunderstorm and have a lot of electronic equipment with you. I was told by someone a few years back that a news caster stepping out of a van while touching electronic equipment experienced a similar feeling. Her body was touching the ground and her hand the equipment, she essentially became a conductor for the electricity to reach the ground.
And there it is! GENIUS!!