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[challenge entry] science

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(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 9:29, archived)
# i want to slap butts
for science
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 9:31, archived)
# Hahaha!
Is that really a woman doing the science? Well I never, what will they think of next?
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 9:34, archived)
# David Miliband in the last frame?
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 9:40, archived)
[challenge entry] Also a pea from a while back
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 9:40, archived)
# Hahaha!
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 9:46, archived)
# oh oh oh
This is a reference to Icke? (I'm Dutch. Catching this reference makes me feel quite win)
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 12:51, archived)
# Do you mean to say that the Dutch royal family isn't a clandestine order of lizard people secretly plotting to dominate the world?
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 13:04, archived)
# why no
ofcourse not
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 13:21, archived)
# Weird science! Your blue gloves are purple.
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 9:49, archived)
# "Wyatt; your kitchen is blue."
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:00, archived)
# Purple gloves ftw
:)
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 9:58, archived)
# I know they look purple, but it distinctly says they're blue gloves.
Perhaps science blue is purpley.
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:00, archived)
# Science blue with 49% magenta
flogs this new colour discovery to Pantone
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:10, archived)
# Perhaps she's colour blind
like me

Not good for a designer, so best keep it to yourself
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:46, archived)
# Sorry Mr Scaramanga wouldn't have mentioned if I'd known
Must be less challenging now being able to see colour breakdowns in tattyshop etc. Back in the old days chap
at my art school was colour blind, he had a very good understanding of how colours worked together,
alas when he'd ask what a certain colour was we could never resist telling him the opposite :D
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:59, archived)
# No bother
It's not crippling or anything, I just get me blues/purples/reds and greens/yellows a bit mixed up
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 11:27, archived)
# This contains all of SCIENCE.
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:05, archived)
# How did you get your hands on the Mediocre Labs rules?
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:07, archived)
# Industrial espionage
and you left a window open
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:47, archived)
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(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:50, archived)
# I did an office kekekekekekeke
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 11:50, archived)
# Quim Lab
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 14:35, archived)
# Your blue is my purple
Mmm, I like the purple gloves
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:08, archived)
# Chock full of win this!
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:18, archived)
# blue gloves, or purple?
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 11:11, archived)
# Those gloves are clearly
Fucking PURPLE.
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 17:39, archived)
# hahaha!
Go johnny!
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 11:31, archived)
# I didn't know the skeleton thing!
*worries*
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 12:04, archived)
# Great sciencing!
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 13:22, archived)
# Good ending.
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 13:33, archived)
#
..and whatever you do, don't forget to use The Gel!!!
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 14:47, archived)
# I think you'll find it's spelled "skellington"
(, Fri 9 Nov 2012, 17:21, archived)
# I work as a scientist
- Blue (nitrile) gloves don't protect against phenol, for that you want the green (neoprene) gloves.

- We use shitloads of tubes, slightly less bottles, and jars are generally only for disposing of pipette tips.

- I actually do stare at tubes like that, holding them up to the light is useful for checking your cell/DNA/RNA pellet.

- There are more women than men in the lab so usually it's the guys who are waiting for the ladies to finish on the microscope.

- Skeletons are indeed merciless killers.
(, Sat 10 Nov 2012, 1:58, archived)
# I, too, am a scientist
but I don't get to use any test tubes. I faff about with body parts instead.
(, Sat 10 Nov 2012, 13:33, archived)