Chemistry Joke. . JOHNNY WAS A CHEMISTS SUN. dfh BOT IS NO MORE. dlt WHAT JOHNNY THOUGHT ms we WAY Chemistry Joke JOHNNY WAS A CHEMISTS SUN dfh BOT IS NO MORE dlt WHAT THOUGHT ms we WAY
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #32 - nediabeast
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(03/26/2013) [-]
This is one of the last things my grandfather told me.
User avatar #33 to #32 - nediabeast
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Before going back to his house.
#26 - crazyolitis
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#27 to #26 - crazyolitis
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inb4 samefag.
#3 - khalidh
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User avatar #5 to #3 - thefasrdog
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(03/25/2013) [-]
It's sulfuric acid...
#7 to #5 - teranin [OP]
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2 parts hydrogen, 1 parts sulfur, 4 parts oxygen, and all together it equals DEATH
User avatar #23 to #5 - emrakul
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Sulfuric acid is hydrogen sulfate.
#31 to #23 - anon id: 0d1bf3e5
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dihydrogensulphate*
User avatar #21 to #5 - GhettoShamu
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Even if he was right about the hydrogen being connected to sulfate, he still would have been wrong as it would have been sulfurous acid.
#53 to #21 - khalidh
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Im fully aware of that, but H2SO4 can be said in many ways, the two most common being Sulphuric Acid, or just HydrogenSulphate
#14 - scapeartist
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#56 - nephrithotroll
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someone explain.
#58 to #56 - batassassin
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h2so4 is sulfuric acid. if you drink sulfuric acid your insides melt. if your insides melt you die. stupid johnny
#59 to #58 - nephrithotroll
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Well I got the point it was dangerous.
But I thought there was a sort of pun involved here.
#16 - CaptianObvious
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#15 - jedisquirrel
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User avatar #66 - randomnab
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I don't get it... Am I missing anything? I mean besides sulfuric acid not being water? Cause if that's the joke, **** it's stupid.
#69 to #66 - jeppetp
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(03/26/2013) [-]
It rhymes...
#34 - anon id: 3ea30025
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those 2 are hardly mistaken for eachother, i'd rather see the joke about H2O, and H2O2, it actually might be possible
User avatar #39 to #34 - trollwaffle
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make it rhyme bitch
User avatar #48 to #39 - asswithglass
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John, who was a chemist's son,
Was not a chemist too
Instead of drinking H2O
He drank H2O2

alternative ending:

For what he thought was H2O
Was pure H2O2

Choose wat you like.
User avatar #75 to #48 - trollwaffle
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yup, you win this round. my hat is off
User avatar #46 to #34 - asswithglass
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Well, they are both transparent and have no smell, so if you get a really clean flask (to prevent sulfuric acid from reacting with what might be there) then you can mistake acid for water. Drink at one gulp to achieve horrible chemical burns in a matter of seconds.
#57 to #34 - anon id: d4f693cc
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there is a joke for that too:
A chemist planned to kill his colleague, so he went into a restaurant with him and said:
"I would like some H2O".
His colleageue said: "I would like some H2O too"

SUCCESS
#24 - viewtifulbro
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