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Aint Science Odd?

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More strange things found during lab tidying duties.
No idea what the flipping things are. The boss (whose
hands you can see) decided that some of the stuff was
so 'cute' we just had to keep it. It is now in the
official named 'Cuteness Cupboard'. I believe the
metal items were used in the ritual torture of
students in the good old days

paintist says:

cuteness cupboard!!!!!!!mmmmm

29th Apr 2006, 18:40

FilbertFox says:

he says he is in touch with his feminine side....

29th Apr 2006, 18:55

paintist says:

yeuwwwww....

29th Apr 2006, 19:42

paintist says:

and many other sites that we should avoid.....

29th Apr 2006, 22:31

ann says:

Is that a haemocytometer in the middle of the top one? It must be very special to be in such a plush box. Mustn't let our lab one see or it would be very jealous indeed.

30th Apr 2006, 11:56

Steve says:

Looks cool to me

30th Apr 2006, 11:57

FilbertFox says:

we still use haemocytometers with the 1st years, but they aint have the ones from the posh boxes

30th Apr 2006, 11:58

crickson says:

Has your boss discovered a miniature bong?

30th Apr 2006, 12:02

Dazzle_Dust says:

Where do u work or can u not say??

30th Apr 2006, 12:02

paintist says:

well she tortures students as part of her studies..

30th Apr 2006, 12:04

Dazzle_Dust says:

I am a first year who is always getting tortured!!!

30th Apr 2006, 12:05

FilbertFox says:

Cricks - we could make giant bongs with the Douglas bags, no need for minatures. By the way i am going to make things glow in the dark next week!

D_D - i only torture a select few students, but if you would like to be added to my list...

30th Apr 2006, 12:10

paintist says:

FF applies electrical currents to the bodies of students................you are suffering in the normal way of all students..... the second year is better,and the third year the worst...... and they are still 'the best years of your life'

30th Apr 2006, 12:13

Ashlea says:

I'm a first year student...and FF tortures me

30th Apr 2006, 14:04

Dazzle_Dust says:

If u dont mind giving me a few answers, u can use, abuse and loose me!!

30th Apr 2006, 14:09

FilbertFox says:

what subject you studying D_D?

30th Apr 2006, 14:36

Dazzle_Dust says:

Biochemistry

30th Apr 2006, 14:47

Dazzle_Dust says:

well trying to study...

30th Apr 2006, 14:57

FilbertFox says:

ooh i love biochemistry, its grand. I currently work in biomedical sciences, so a bit of physiology, pharmacology, biochemistry, anatomy etc. Torturing students is just a small, but enjoyable part of the teaching package we provide!

30th Apr 2006, 16:43

Dazzle_Dust says:

cool! I'm trying to get biomedical/lab experinace for my third year, which is easier said then done it would seem lol

30th Apr 2006, 16:51

FilbertFox says:

i know our university as a whole takes quite a lot of sandwich students (oh no that wont work your're from canterbury). What year are you in now?

30th Apr 2006, 16:57

Dazzle_Dust says:

Im still in my first year. 'Lil fresher!!

Where do u work?? (if u can say)

30th Apr 2006, 21:05

FilbertFox says:

Leeds, the cool capital of moblogging

30th Apr 2006, 21:24

Dazzle_Dust says:

If u say so chuck!!

30th Apr 2006, 21:28

FilbertFox says:

well according to the pics from yestedays pic a nic frisbee throwing session

30th Apr 2006, 22:22

Steve says:

Word

30th Apr 2006, 23:12

FilbertFox says:

"word" which word?

1st May 2006, 08:15

Steve says:

"Leeds, the cool capital of moblogging" right on! Word! I is sooo street, and a cool kat daddyO

1st May 2006, 10:58

Steve says:

Will you be letting us know about the quote of the week? I'm guessing Rich... although there doesn't seem to be enough swearing so maybe not

1st May 2006, 11:00

FilbertFox says:

Now you can tell that i am not at all street or cool, because i neede a translation.

i had forgotten about the quote of the week, it has been there so long (quote of the month doesn't sound right) it is the late great Douglas N Adams. I will find a new quote as soon as my brain is empty enough. (couple of seconds then)

1st May 2006, 13:12