Posted by Nancy (22.214.171.124) on March 29, 2000 at 12:03:20:
MATERIALS SAFETY DATA SHEET WOMEN - A CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
ATOMIC MASS: Accepted at 53.6kg, but known to vary from 40-200kg
OCCURRENCES: Copious quantities in all urban areas
1. Surface usually covered in painted film.
2. Boils at nothing; freezes without known reason.
3. Melts if given special treatment.
4. Bitter if incorrectly used.
5. Found in various states from virgin metal to common ore.
6. Yields if pressure applied in correct places.
1. Has great affinity for gold, silver, and a range of precious stones.
2. Absorbs great quantities of expensive substances.
3. May explode spontaneously without prior warning and for no known reason.
4. Insoluble in liquids, but activity increases greatly by saturation in alcohol.
5. Most powerful money reducing agent known to man.
1. Highly ornamental, especially in sports cars.
2. Can be a great aid to relaxation.
3. Very effective cleaning agent.
1. Pure specimen turns rosy pink when discovered in the natural state
2. Turns green when placed beside a better specimen.
1. Highly dangerous except in experienced hands.
2. Illegal to possess more than one, although several can be maintained at different locations as long as specimens do not come into direct contact with each other.
ELEMENT NAME: man
ATOMIC WEIGHT: (180 +/- 50)
1. Solid at room temperature, but gets bent out of shape easily.
2. Fairly dense and sometimes flaky.
3. Difficult to find a pure sample.
4. Due to rust, aging samples are unable to conduct electricity as easily as young samples.
1. Attempts to bond with WO any chance it can get.
2. Tends to form strong bonds with itself.
3. Becomes explosive when mixed with Kd(Element: Child) for prolonged period of time.
4. Neutralize by saturating with alcohol.
None known. Possibly good METHANE gas source. Good samples are able to produce large quantities on command.
CAUTION: In the absence of WO, this element rapidly decomposes and begins to smell.
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