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Periodic Shower Curtain of the Elements

by Lambert Varias

This is too much. I don’t want to think about or see anything related to school or work while taking a bath. I want to sing badly and think of fun things. The atomic weight of Ununquadium is the arch-villain of fun things. Apparently many disagree and would just love to examine the details of all 117 elements.


Don’t have this in your bathroom if you’re planning to take your date home, otherwise she might just climb out of your bathroom window, screaming “Neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrr-” before collapsing from the sheer amount of information that she was forced to take in. Unless she also loves chemistry. And I’m talking about absolute devotion here. Anything less than that and you’re screwed. Or not.


What the hell. Forget stupid people. It’s available at Think Geek for $30 USD. Go and get it, and if your date thinks it’s stupid then she’s not for you. There are plenty more elements in the table.

[via Jason Bradbury’s blog]

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