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« Reply #50 on: 26/11/2008 20:36:10 »
I'm going to be Abby nasty in the next Panto! I love pantos. They have some good names in them such as the Grand Carzy and widow Twanky which has some good rhymes.
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« Reply #51 on: 27/11/2008 03:27:24 »
Theres a guy called Phil McCracken. Say it fast

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« Reply #52 on: 27/11/2008 16:52:12 »
LOL LOL.. Very good one! Hee hee!

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« Reply #53 on: 28/11/2008 00:10:15 »
Theres a mineral Cummingtonite  [:D] [:D] this mineral must have the silliest name of them all! Its official name is magnesium iron silicate hydroxide, and it has the formula (Mg,Fe)7Si8O22(OH)2. It got its name from the locality where it was first found, Cummington, Massachusetts, USA.

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« Reply #54 on: 28/11/2008 00:12:49 »
Then there is Moronic Acid

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« Reply #55 on: 28/11/2008 00:13:33 »
and Rhamnose.
This sounds like the molecule that's created when you walk into doors...in fact it's a type of sugar.


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« Reply #56 on: 28/11/2008 00:15:30 »
Then there is the aldehyde butanal

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« Reply #57 on: 28/11/2008 00:45:23 »
Erectone
No, this isn't one of the ingredients in Viagra...but is actually one of a group of compounds extracted from the Japanese/Chinese herb Hypericum erectum, which is often used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat arthritis, rheumatism, and as an astringent.


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« Reply #58 on: 28/11/2008 00:47:18 »
I'm not making these up, they are actually real compounds

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« Reply #59 on: 28/11/2008 00:56:01 »
Arsole - the arsenic equivalent of pyrrole, and although it is rarely found in its pure form, it is occasionally seen as a sidegroup in the form of organic arsolyls. There is even a scientific paper titled "Studies on the Chemistry of the Arsoles"

Bastardane - ethano-bridged noradamantane.

Unununium - element 111

Dickite - a (kaolin) clay-like mineral which exhibits mica-like layers with silicate sheets of 6-membered rings bonded to aluminium oxide/hydroxide layers.

Fukalite - very rare form of calcium silico-carbonate from Fuka in Japan.

Fucitol - an alcohol, also known as L-fuc-ol or 1-deoxy-D-galactitol.

Crapinon - also known as Sanzen.

Spamol -  also known as aminopromazine, lispamol or lorusil.

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