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Desc:Some chemicals have a party, sponsored by the EU
Category:Science & Technology, Humor
Tags:party, chemistry, carbon, elements
Submitted:Lurchi
Date:06/10/08
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Comment count is 23
Konversekid - 2008-06-10
Why was neon even there? Everyone knows she does bond with anyone. I guess it isn't always exciting being noble.
Konversekid - 2008-06-10
doesn't*

HURF BLURF DUH - 2008-06-10
Neon is the Morrissey of chemical parties

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-09-26
I think Xenon in the back there during the fight brought her. They aren't friends, but Neon needed a ride.

Lurchi - 2008-06-10
Is that the Fall, or a Fall rip-off?
failure - 2008-06-10
it sounds like alec empire, so fall rip-off i guess.

Justice Scalia - 2009-09-03
That's Von Sudenfed, which is Mark E. Smith + Mouse on Mars

Camonk - 2008-06-10
Fat guy fights skinny guy, black guy attracts lots of folks, crazy guy shocks everybody. Man those Europeans can throw down.
FABIO2 - 2008-06-10
Would have been a lot funnier without the captions spelling out, underlining, highlighting, then circling the jokes.
namtar - 2008-06-10
The captions make the humor more accessible to people who aren't chemistry nerds. I can imagine some of my old science teachers showing this to their classes.

Simian Pride - 2008-06-10
I am a science teacher and I will show this to all my classes.

Cleaner82 - 2008-06-10
You will be the teacher everyone secretly likes.

ABoyNamedCheese - 2008-06-10
I'm a bouncer and will show this to all my classes.

FABIO2 - 2008-06-10
It could still be educational as a quiz/extra credit: "Explain as many of these jokes as you can." and still be funny to anyone who's passed junior high science. It doesn't take a chemistry nerd to know that oxygen bonds with itself.

If you're planning on showing this to kids that young, get ready for the inevitable fundy kid who blows the whistle to his parents and the school board for having this satanic homosexual agenda filth shown to them. Teachers have been suspended or fired for less.

smoothbrain - 2008-06-10
you are such a buzzkill

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-06-11
Hey, maybe you can do this in a class! Make them wear element papers and ask who's willing to dance or stand closely next to who, and you could break up NaCl by being electricity.

fluffy - 2008-06-10
Lead is cuter than a toxic post-transition metal has any right to be.
mysterycar - 2008-06-10
The resigned look on Potassium's face when he saw water made this for me
dementomstie - 2008-06-11
Learning can be fun!
Damn, I should have remembered all this stuff, but I hardly got a single one before the question mark was taken away. Except for water and potassium, because I've seen "Look Around You" and know lots of stuff about chemicals from that.
Damn I hope no one actually thinks I'm this stupid in real life. I know I'm this stupid on-line, but in real life I at least try to be smarter.
ChocFullOfFunk - 2008-06-17
real...life...?

citrusmirakel - 2008-06-13
Oh, and water seemed to be having such a nice time with lead, until potassium fucked the whole thing up.
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2008-08-21
Carbon is one slick black element.
bopeton - 2009-04-03
Chlorine has nice legs.
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