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That moment when a bomb disposal unit turns up to your school

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Seriously, what can a bit of dried out picric acid at the bottom of a test tube do for damage? Panic and overreaction.

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Seriously, what can a bit of dried out picric acid at the bottom of a test tube do for damage? Panic and overreaction.

Welcome to 2016 Rolle! Welcome to the new western world.

To be honest, I agree with you. I see it here in Holland too.

But if they do nothing and something happens then we have also a problem.

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Seriously, what can a bit of dried out picric acid at the bottom of a test tube do for damage? Panic and overreaction.

That school is as much of a safe-space as this community :troll:

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Don't come on the forums tomorrow.

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Don't come on the forums tomorrow.

Some of you are pretty alright...

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But science class was always about making explosions and making jelly babies scream :(

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Guys, make your forum titles include a "~" for tomorrow.

No reason.

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When 9/11 happened a lot of kids called in threats to get out of tests or so they could go home early.

I just hated when they did it during rainy weather.

Don't know why I felt like sharing that...

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You should have heard the explosion..


Seriously, what can a bit of dried out picric acid at the bottom of a test tube do for damage? Panic and overreaction.

~snip~


Outside my study ::o

This was one of like 4

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