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Oh no! It's quivering! Is it ... alive?

 

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It looks like ... oh my goodness! Did it just wave? Watch out, something's happening...

 

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It's glowing! It's moving! Oh no ...

Help, somebody! Someb...

"Blessed are the cracked, for they shall let in the light." - Groucho Marx

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DRINK IT!

"If we faked going to the Moon, why did we fake it nine times?" -- Apollo 16 astronaut Charlie Duke

 

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DRINK IT!

Do you think I'm mad? Wait, no, don't answer that.

 

Besides, it's a bit late. It escaped and is out there terrorising poor innocent fountain pens with its gelatinous radioactivity. What have I done...

"Blessed are the cracked, for they shall let in the light." - Groucho Marx

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:yikes: Something just slimed by my pen case!!

"I'm not superstitious -- I'm just a little stitious." Michael G. Scott

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Yuki Onitsura

I think I've found a solution to my no-army-for-world-domination problem. Thanks karinh! :thumbup:

 

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Wow. That's scary! :sick:

 

We should ask that this thread be pinned in answer to the question about mixing inks, even in the same series in the same brand. Do it in a container, not in your pen!

I came here for the pictures and stayed for the conversation.

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Faaaaantastic!

 

When mixing, my safety kit is orange fish nets under my slacks, and my Scott airpak.

You may choose to do likewise.

 

I am truly impressed that you lived to tell about such a thing.

 

will you be working on room temp nuclear fusion any time soon??

The only time you have too much fuel is when you're on fire.

 

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It's life, Jim, but not as we know it.

Yesterday is history.

Tomorrow is a mystery.

Today is a gift.

That's why it's called the present

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Just thinking about what would happen if you did that mix inside a nice, expensive LE pen...

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Daddy, please no more pens - we need food, clothes, books, DENTISTRY...

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When I went to Evil Scientist school, I majored in Orbital Death Ray; I had no idea that this kind of horrifying stuff was going on in the chem lab down the hall!

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You people make me laugh (at 06:08 - cat thinks I've lost the plot but whatever) :roflmho:

 

I know better than to mix ink in a pen unless I know it's a safe mix but I truly didn't expect to create life with these two. I guess it's only to expected, considering the names of the inks. I wanted purple highlighter and now I've got this scary ink blob out there somewhere creating havoc in pen boxes and wraps.

 

Funnily enough, Hellfire mixed with a few drops of Nav. Turq. didn't jellify, it only went a teeny bit sedimented. Mind you, the ratios were way different.

 

I shall take all your ideas about safety clothing and future experiments on board and see what type of creature I can invent next. :eureka:

"Blessed are the cracked, for they shall let in the light." - Groucho Marx

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Did you apply for a haz-mat permit before disposing of it?

I came here for the pictures and stayed for the conversation.

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Were you able to 'put it to sleep', or is it bulletproof?

The only time you have too much fuel is when you're on fire.

 

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I caught it slinking around out in the garden this afternoon, half-melting in the rain and hail, so I hurriedly upended a bucket over it whilst I put on my gloves, mask and boots. I sneaked back with the nastiest sprays from the garden shed and, kicking the bucket away while holding a sprayer at the ready in each hand, I gave it a full blast of each spray, not stopping until the containers were empty.

 

I almost felt sorry for it as it squirmed and cried there on its deathbed of damp autumn leaves but then I thought of my lovely pens, and what this thing could do to them. Hardening my heart, I gave it a final spray for good measure. Once it was definitely dead I collected it up with an old spoon and interred it in an old lead-lined casket which I then soldered shut. It is now awaiting collection by the Hazmat team from our local tip.

 

I have warned them what they face and hope that they take due precaution as, even dead, I am not sure what that thing could do.

 

I have learned my lesson, for now...

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"Blessed are the cracked, for they shall let in the light." - Groucho Marx

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Huh! It's eaten its way out of the lead casket and it's heading back for revenge. Foolish mortal- did you think that the sprays would do anything except feed it?

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I caught it slinking around out in the garden this afternoon, half-melting in the rain and hail, so I hurriedly upended a bucket over it whilst I put on my gloves, mask and boots. I sneaked back with the nastiest sprays from the garden shed and, kicking the bucket away while holding a sprayer at the ready in each hand, I gave it a full blast of each spray, not stopping until the containers were empty.

 

I almost felt sorry for it as it squirmed and cried there on its deathbed of damp autumn leaves but then I thought of my lovely pens, and what this thing could do to them. Hardening my heart, I gave it a final spray for good measure. Once it was definitely dead I collected it up with an old spoon and interred it in an old lead-lined casket which I then soldered shut. It is now awaiting collection by the Hazmat team from our local tip.

 

I have warned them what they face and hope that they take due precaution as, even dead, I am not sure what that thing could do.

 

I have learned my lesson, for now...

Well, you could've just called in an air strike, yes?

The only time you have too much fuel is when you're on fire.

 

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