I’ve got a confession. As an undergraduate, the effort I put to carefully adding reagents, separating products and analyzing IR/NMR spectra paled in comparison to the focus I put towards removing my gloves in the most badass way possible.
Step 1: Hook gloved finger into second glove, fingerpad up.
Step 2: Hook thumb into second glove, reversing grip.
Step 3: Pull thumb down and away, until the second glove slides off. Hold the glove against your palm with the gloved thumb.
Step 4: Ball the stray glove up in your palm. Hook your ungloved thumb under the cuff of the worn glove (taking care not to touch the outside of the glove).
Step 5: With fingertips on the gloved hand curled, invert the second glove. The first glove should now be inside the second.
Step 6: Keeping your fingers curled, stretch your hands apart. About 2 pounds/1 kilo of pressure is good. Aim.
Step 7: Uncurl fingers to launch gloves at waste bin. Nitrile gloves will fly ~1m/3ft, latex 3m/10ft or so. With practice the whole process takes ~3 seconds.