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  • 44 42
    Submitted by harrypotter36 on Jan 28, 12 at 11:59am

    Biology major

    • 38 42
      Submitted by crzyldy123 on Jan 28, 12 at 9:56pm

      Then they're probably failing because 1- petri dishes do not grow and 2- "organically" is not a form in which bacteria grow..

      • 28 37
        Submitted by ralphmacio on Jan 30, 12 at 6:51pm

        If we insert some presumably omitted words, I think it can make sense. Obviously a culture would be the thing grown in a petri dish; and organic growth refers to the rate of propagation, usually bounded by e^x for the parameter (t) ...

  • 45 50
    Submitted by JarethCutestory on Jan 28, 12 at 12:09pm

    Petri dishes don't grow

    • 21 42
      Submitted by Perper on Jan 31, 12 at 1:03am

      Actually, yes, Petri dishes grow things. Put some media and blood agar in one, swipe some shit on it, and watch what happens.

  • 36 37
    Submitted by cfreymarc on Jan 28, 12 at 6:17pm

    Seen some vaginas like peri dishes.

  • 23 30
    Submitted by jcobb1803 on May 1, 12 at 6:43am

    It's funny either way

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    Submitted by jltc on Oct 17, 12 at 9:07am

    Analogy fail.