Clearly you don't understand the gravity of what you are doing. The reason there are not as many deaths and fires in North America and Europe as there is in Asia (China and India) is we have standards that are followed. Would you be so caviler if you saw more death and distruction caused by electricity? I can post videos of what goes wrong in those countries.
I have a feeling you are going to say yeah but my wires aren't that small I will be fine, sure probably there is a good chance nothing bad will happen. But when electricity goes bad it goes bad very quickly. I lived in a house with an old screw in style fuse box this place was probably built in the 40's or 50's. One day the lights started to flicker at the pace of a campfire. Now if I didn't have a good bit of knowledge about chemistry and physics I might not know that Fire conducts electricity quite well. That flicker told me that there was a fire in the electrical system and if I didn't have a fire extinguisher by the kitchen which was only about 15 feet from the fuse box I surely would have been homeless. This is not a made up story this happened to me. That box was to code in 1950 and was acceptable enough to have been insured as a rental in 2006 (when we moved in).
The way you try to cut corners is not smart it isn't clever simply posting it even if you are only trolling lets others like think it is ok. It isn't, it is incredibly dangerous.