Jason used to have one of those little plastic cylinders filled with goo that slowly drips through holes in a cross-section and then you flip it and it oozes back the other way. You know what I mean, right? This thing was like 8 or 10 inches tall and a few inches in diameter, so there was a lot of goo. He left it on top of a credenza in the office he and Ryan share. It broke. Although they did make a cursory attempt to remove the slime, if you touch any part of the credenza you get it on you and it is completely disgusting. Slime. It doesn’t dissolve in water. It takes serious scrubbing. It is also transparent slime. You can’t even see it on the credenza.

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