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by on January 30, 2015

“Eureka!” exclaimed Farthington Milroy, “I have unlocked the secrets of alchemy! I can transmute base metal into-”

“Gold?” squeaked lab assistant Jennifer.

“No,” Milroy said. “Padamantium! With its crystals I can take over the world!”

Jennifer was duly impressed. She was less impressed when Milroy’s alchemy went wrong. He transmuted base metal into a guinea pig. A guinea pig couldn’t take over the world at all.


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  1. Kir Piccini permalink

    *snort*…that is not the way to a ladies heart. 🙂
    Liked it!

  2. Good one, Michael! You are such a wit!

  3. An excellent and charming ending! I love the sarcasm in it–fits my taste quite well! lol

  4. Haha! Yeah that’s a classic alchemical error. You need essence of phlybonium or you’ll get that guinea pig problem every time. 😉 Very clever and funny!

  5. Hahaha! THAT is hilarious. But who says a guinea pig can’t take over the world…?

  6. Hmmm… or perhaps maybe it could? 🙂

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