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1033686 No. 1033686 ID: a70a13

A mixture of ethyl alcohol and water can be separated by?

>A. Fractional distillation
>B. Evaporation
>C. Sublimation
>D. Suicidal Ideation
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No. 1033690 ID: eedbeb

smash that motherfuckin A button
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No. 1033696 ID: f2320a

>>1033686
>A. Fractional distillation
yeah this is right
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No. 1033700 ID: ce39da

A, but use the moment bought by this decisiveness to ponder what the guy who wrote D's answer was smoking.
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No. 1033701 ID: 26a54e

Ponder what life choices would lead someone to write a multiple choice question with an answer like D.
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No. 1033708 ID: 629f2e

A
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No. 1033715 ID: 8483cf

A
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No. 1033720 ID: 7b94e1

I be rebel
C
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No. 1033800 ID: 7a2420

>>1033720
https://whatareyoudoing.thecomicseries.com/comics/232
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No. 1033988 ID: e3eaff

A, start doodling a cat in the corner
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No. 1034185 ID: a70a13
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1034185

You choose A, which is the correct answer. You know this is the correct answer because you are always right at everything ever when it comes to Chemistry.

You proceed to grade your own test to eat some time up, and as usual you've given yourself a 100%. Without much else to do, you doodle a kitty in the top left corner before your pencil lead snaps and you realize you're sitting here for nothing.

The fourth answer was a joke you made up, obviously. Suicidal Ideation sounds like the other answers, so that makes it clever.

Ha ha ha.
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No. 1034186 ID: a70a13
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1034186

Getting up from your desk, the chair makes a squeaking noise on the linoleum floor that makes everyone else wince for a moment. You choose to ignore their response as you place the graded paper on your teachers desk without a second glance. He knows that you know that he knows the test is already totally correct, and there's not really any reason to keep you here any longer then you planned on staying.

Fractional Distillation separates mixtures by vaporizing materials that reach boiling point at differing temperatures, leaving you with various base materials. You repeat this fact inside your head over and over, stretching your arms over your head as you exit the classroom door.


You consider your self Fractionate'd.
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No. 1034187 ID: a70a13
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1034187

The hallway is empty and quiet, absent of the occasional stampede of students through it. This is chalked up to the fact it's last period, with students either stuck in class or already home for the day. You don't have any books or bags with you that need taken home, which makes exiting that much quicker. As you walk you consider what you can do for the rest of the day, knowing your sister isn't gonna get home till about 6 tonight.

Which of these locations is the correct choice?

>A. The Record Shop
>B. Under The Bridge
>C. Old Creek Cabin
>D. Directly Home
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No. 1034189 ID: 629f2e

B. Play bridge troll and attack people passing over the bridge with annoying riddles.
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No. 1034194 ID: ce39da

Hmm, this one seems a lot more subjective, to be assigned a "correct" choice... unless that's just how your class power works? You ask yourself a question, provide four multiple-choice options and receive a "correct" answer?

In this case, though I imagine there are multiple "correct" answers this time (which your power is probably not as consistent with), C.

(I guess the biggest weakness this power has is when you fail to produce a single "correct" option for the line-up.)
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No. 1034229 ID: 798908

>>1034187
use your chemistry knowledge to (stink)bomb your local politician office of choice
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No. 1034355 ID: 15a025

Let's roll with C. Sounds like a good place to chill and relax for a bit after class.
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No. 1034359 ID: e51896

A. Listen to some good tunes
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No. 1034369 ID: 18c483

C sounds coolest, A sounds "coolest", but maybe you like the record shop. Is the cabin inhabited by a murderer? Maybe don't go there if so.
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No. 1034401 ID: dee951

A, that sounds fun. You have a favorite band?
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No. 1034598 ID: a70a13
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1034598

You choose C, which is the correct choice because you picked it. You don't know WHY it was picked, but you know it's right. Before you head out though, you decide to check your cellphone.

This thing was a hand-me down from your older sister. She got a new one last month so now it's yours...even if like, HALF her old photos are stored on here. It's a couple years old, but it still has a few neat features, and one of those would be the weather forecast today. Looking at your screen, the apparent weather for the rest of the day is light to medium rain...but the sky seems pretty clear? Eh it's not always right.

With that in mind, you clasp the little guy down into your pocket and get moving.

You don't really listen to music, by the way. Don't really have a favorite musician or band or whatever, everything just kinda sounds the same.
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No. 1034599 ID: a70a13
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1034599

It takes a minute or two for you to hop across a few streets until you're near the edge of town. Walk far enough in any direction around here and you'll find nothing but forests and briar to get trapped in. It just so happens that this particular patch of rural landscape leads to somewhere kind of secluded.

You're not sure why the Old Creek Cabin is here, or why someone hasn't torn it down, but the building has become a bit of a hideout for the occasional teenager looking for some escape, along with the wandering bum. You don't get too many of those types though, they tend to stray further up north to the city.

Regardless, the path to your destination is quiet, and for that matter it gives you time to just zone out and stop thinking about anything. Just one foot in front of the other, one loafer and then the other.

Soon enough, about 15 minutes max, you've reached your destination. It's about as simple as you can expect. A cabin, more like a shack honestly, standing in front of a small creek idly trickling in the backround.
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No. 1034600 ID: a70a13
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1034600

You reach your hand to turn the old worn knob of the front door, but on the breeze you can catch the sounds of talking from within. It doesn't sound like an argument or anything, but you can't exactly tell what they're saying either...definitely two people inside though. Maybe teenagers? Not sure.

You shift your weight to your left foot, tapping the toe of your shoe on the gravel beneath you, as you consider your next move.


Which of these approaches is the correct answer?

>A. Enter casually and without warning.
>B. Knock on the door gently and wait for someone to answer.
>C. Call out that you're coming in before walking inside.
>D. Turn back around and find something else to do, even if it eats up more time.
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No. 1034602 ID: ce39da

A
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No. 1034644 ID: c0bd54

Show politeness by knocking and assert your authority by entering right away.
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No. 1034679 ID: 273c18

>>1034600
A. You da boss.
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No. 1034725 ID: 758001

C, I guess
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No. 1034726 ID: e51896

I would say put your ear against the door and eavesdrop before entering, but that's not one of the choices, and therefore, not a correct choice.

So A
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No. 1034868 ID: 6ef5af

B, you may not wanna just barge into a really uncomfortable situation, at the same time you may not want to make yourself too obvious by calling out, after all anyone can be in there and rogue junkies knowing who you are and where you are is definitely a no go
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No. 1035371 ID: 15a025

B.
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No. 1035773 ID: a70a13
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1035773

You choose A, which is the correct choice because you picked it. The cabin has long since been abandoned by anyone, so it's not like whoever's inside has anymore right to be there than you. If they were talking about something personal, then that's a THEM problem, right?

Yeah, right.

Your hand touches the rusty metal of the knob and quickly turns it, entering the slightly musty clubhouse of the local teen population. The smell of the place is that weird mix of old furniture, empty beer bottles, and good old fashioned forest moss and dirt. You've been coming here for two years now, but every time the scent still hits your nose like a truck.

It only takes you a moment to glance directly across from you to see who was hanging out inside.
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No. 1035774 ID: a70a13
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1035774

Sitting directly across from you are two boys, perched over each other on the old creaky couch. One of them is already looking your direction, smirking as if he wasn't just obviously making out....but the real question is what is he wearing? The two of them seem to be wearing your schools uniform, or at least you assume that's what the smirking guys outfit once was. You're not one to judge how hard people stick to the rules, but it's like he turned the dress shirt and got rid of the SHIRT part...but somehow this isn't even the biggest surprise in the room.

The guy sitting next to the crossdressing guy, who was obviously shoving face together, is dressed nearly perfectly. Shirt, tie, sweater, pants, even his hair is perfectly in order. And that would make sense...considering that's the head of your class.

You don't really have many friends, but you suppose you 'run in similar circles' with him at least. The difference is that while you're only good at science and chemistry, this guy over here is like, SUPER smart at every subject. He's in AP everything, probably already doing college prep. The question is, what is a kid like him doing in a place like this? And better yet, what the hell is he doing making out with some punk?


This was not what you imagined Roki doing in his freetime, but then again it's not like you imagined that in the first place.

The smirking kid keeps his hand on Roki's face, caressing his chin while speaking up. "Oh! Hey, sorry but I don't think my mouth can take anymore than one person today, but feel free to hang out!"

You feel a weird chill up the back of your spine at that joke, and the honor student is currently avoiding eye contact and wiping away a dribble of spit from his lips. Yikes.

"Oh shit, same clothes!" He calls out, pointing over to you in some kind of polite gesture. "Lookin' like we go to the same school, nice nice nice!"

The dude has a lot of weird energy coming off of him, but hostile wouldn't be how you'd describe it. Regardless it's odd.

"Come in come in, let's all hang! Who the hell'r you anyways dude?"


Which of these responses is the correct answer?

>A. "Hey, I'm Ran. Sorry, didn't hear you guys when I came in."
>B. "Roki, didn't expect to see you here...so what's he taste like?"
>C. "That is a weird way to introduce yourself. I'm Ran."
>D. "We are decidedly NOT wearing the same clothes."
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No. 1035775 ID: 273c18

>>1035774
C.
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No. 1035786 ID: ce39da

With the weird vibes that you're getting... I think Roki might be in some kind of trouble here, although the specifics elude me. B, ignoring this punk.
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No. 1035793 ID: 82fda6

Eh. I see nothing wrong here... yet. Most people get shy about making out in front of people.

C.

He doesn't deserve being talked past and A would technically be a lie.
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No. 1035797 ID: 629f2e

B!
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No. 1035958 ID: 15a025

C
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No. 1035959 ID: e51896

B


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