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Horror in Biology Class
Nick and his friend Jeremy cause trouble in biology class...
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Please Note: The dialogue in the following story is located BELOW each picture. This is very important.



Professor: "Hello students. Most of you know that this is biology 101. For those of you haven't figured this out yet, I've written it on the chalkboard in very large letters. No thanks are necessary. Today we will be discussing evolution. Now before you religious people take offense, remember that evolution is only a theory. However, it is the most widely accepted theory on the origin of species and university policy dictates that we shove it down your throats."



Nick: "I'm bored."
Jeremy: "Me too."



Professor: "To go along with our discussion, we will be dissecting frogs. Frogs are an excellent example of how evolution works, and we can learn a lot about them my barbarically cutting them open and mutilating their organs."



Sophie: "Um, professor? These frogs are still alive."



Professor: "An excellent observation, Sophie. Normally, the university orders pre-packaged frogs for this class. However, due to recent budget cuts, we can't afford them. I had to get these frogs from the pond in my back yard."



Sophie: "Isn't this animal cruelty?"
Professor: "No, this is science. Now if you'll just pick up your scalpels..."



Jeremy: "Hey Nick! Lets feed our frog this weird crystal that we found and see what happens!"
Nick: "I don't think that's a good idea, dude. We don't even know where that thing came from."



Jeremy: "Come on! What's the worst that could happen?"
Nick: "It could kill the frog."
Jeremy: "Our sadistic teacher is going to make us chop them up anyway!"
Nick: "You have a point. I guess we have nothing to lose."



Jeremy: "Here boy! You want a nice radioactive isotope?"



Frog: "Ribbit." *Slurp*



Jeremy: "Holy crud! It ate the whole thing!"



Professor: "Jeremy! Nick! What are you morons doing?"



Jeremy: "Professor, I think our frog is evolving!"
Professor: "That's ridiculous! And impossible! Evolution is a slow and unproven process that takes place over thousands of years!"



Jeremy: "Holy crud! It really is evolving!"
Nick: "Wow. A thousand years isn't as long as it used to be."



Professor: "This is incredible! A spontaneous mutation! This is a scientific breakthrough!"



Professor: I'll win the nobel prize for this! I'll be on the cover of National Geographic! Maybe even DBG Industries Monthly! I can finally quit this dead-end teaching job and be a real scientist!"



Jeremy: "Holy crud! It evolved again!"
Frogigator: "Roooaar!!"
Professor: "Aaah!"



Professor: "Ow."



Jeremy: "Hey Teach! I think our frog just acquired intelligence!"



Professor: "Remarkable! I wonder if it's capable of speech? What's on your mind, Mr. Frog?"



Frog: "..."



Frog: "EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE!!!!"

Well, it looks like Nick and Jeremy have unleashed a hostile mutant upon the world. They'll probably get academic probation as well. Until next time, cheers!



Comments

 I like it 
  January 30, 2012
Very nice and funny story telling!
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  January 30, 2012
Excellent MOC, very funny :)
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  January 28, 2012
Brilliant!
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  May 9, 2011
Do I spy a Pokémon reference? Anyway, this is really funny. I hope university professors don't really act like that =P
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  May 9, 2011
So radioactive isotopes speed up evolution. Doubtful, yet funny. Although this is a funny moc, it is disappointing how true some of this stuff really is. Doesn't take away from this, though. :D Great job!
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  May 9, 2011
DBG industries will immediately respond to this matter - we will use Nick and Jeremy's "let's see what happens if I make it eat this" science technique to make more of these mutants and take ov... Uhh... Research them.
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  March 17, 2011
LOL!
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  March 2, 2011
Ha! Ha! Nice build!
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  January 30, 2011
Ah, this explains everything!
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  January 30, 2011
Nice! Where do you get that scared face? ~~~ $tryke
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  January 30, 2011
Haha, nice.
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  January 30, 2011
Wow This is great! I love the whole evolution thing!
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  January 30, 2011
LOL! xD
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  January 30, 2011
Really funny. Well done and scripted!
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  January 30, 2011
HA HA HA HA! nick looks like me
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  January 30, 2011
GREAT!!! this is super funny and ingenious!! i love the mutation !!! BRAVO!
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  January 30, 2011
I laughed out loud several times. Nice clean build and the story well told. I especially like the Doctor Who reference.
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  January 30, 2011
hehehehehehe! hilarious! well done!
Tyrant Bat
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sam knavel
  January 29, 2011
Wow, that would be a nightmare.
  January 29, 2011
The frog then eventually becomes intelligent enough to search throughout space for a new home. Once it had founded it's own planet, it began to clone itself until the entire race mutates into squid-like creatures that create robotic metal bodies for themselves including one eye, a plunger, and a lazer gun. The race then moves on to declare war with the Time Lords. Who knew the Daleks originated in a biology 101 class? "EXTERMINATE!"
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  January 29, 2011
congratulation tb! this was hilarious and brilliant! the evolution had me laugh louder and louder evolving lol! very funny! and very well done!
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  January 29, 2011
Funny! Great build, Chief! This should be quite a series...What will they do next?
 
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