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Ive been given the burden to get my chemistry teacher for secret Santa and I need ideas. I want it to be something weird, funny and memorable. Any ideas? 😬
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Ive been given the burden to get my chemistry teacher for secret Santa and I need ideas. I want it to be something weird, funny and memorable. Any ideas? 😬
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I saw something where you can buy a 3D plastic model of the periodic table with little bits of each element inside?
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I saw something where you can buy a 3D plastic model of the periodic table with little bits of each element inside?
Wouldn't that be very expensive though?
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Wouldn't that be very expensive though?
It depends, if everyone in the class is pooling money, and everyone gives £3, you can get £60 very easily? Or if people give £5
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I saw something where you can buy a 3D plastic model of the periodic table with little bits of each element inside?
Even bits of the radioactive and toxic elements? Doesn’t sound very safe…
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It depends, if everyone in the class is pooling money, and everyone gives £3, you can get £60 very easily? Or if people give £5
Why is this a thing anyway? many elements are not safe and some are incredibly expensive... Obviously the elements must be fake.
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Even bits of the radioactive and toxic elements? Doesn’t sound very safe…
Obviously not the dangerous ones, they wouldn't be able to sell those to the public like that!
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Obviously not the dangerous ones, they wouldn't be able to sell those to the public like that!
Well then it’s going to have a lot of empty boxes!
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Ive been given the burden to get my chemistry teacher for secret Santa and I need ideas. I want it to be something weird, funny and memorable. Any ideas? 😬
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I found one for just under £60:
https://buzzmas.com/products/atomidi...SABEgKS4fD_BwE
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Obviously not the dangerous ones, they wouldn't be able to sell those to the public like that!
You said each elements....
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You said each elements....
Please don't attack me, I was just trying to help the OP! I'm not the manufacturer, I have no idea what exact legal regulations they had to comply with.
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Please don't attack me, I was just trying to help the OP! I'm not the manufacturer, I have no idea what exact legal regulations they had to comply with.
Oh sorry... I did not intend to attack you . It's pretty cool though! I would love to get that as a gift!!
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Oh sorry... I did not intend to attack you . It's pretty cool though! I would love to get that as a gift!!
Haha it's all good; ask for it as a Christmas present
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Well then it’s going to have a lot of empty boxes!
You're not wrong haha
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Ive been given the burden to get my chemistry teacher for secret Santa and I need ideas. I want it to be something weird, funny and memorable. Any ideas? 😬
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The part highlighted in bold made me laugh. Thanks for that. :laugh:

A mug?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ceramic-Dis...c=1&th=1&psc=1
https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/5435...caAnGFEALw_wcB

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I found these chopping boards quite interesting...
https://www.etsy.com/market/periodic...oaAvnyEALw_wcB
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Haha it's all good; ask for it as a Christmas present
I'm way too shy to ask for that lol
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Ive been given the burden to get my chemistry teacher for secret Santa and I need ideas. I want it to be something weird, funny and memorable. Any ideas? 😬
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Minus the whole periodic element saga that’s going on, how about a random 3D model of something you’ve learnt in your chemistry lessons? Would be weird as hell. Funny depends on how you do it and it would be quite memorable depending on the quality. Just don’t give them random elements lol.
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some homework, see how they like it
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