While I am down here in Room 303, showing you where I hid the human female’s ID card, I thought I’d do a little more mischief.
Room 303 is where most of the lab dishes get washed. Test tubes, beakers, graduated cylinders–you name it, if it’s dirty, it comes here.
These tubs are full of spirometer parts. Since people have breathed through them, they have to be soaked and disinfected to make sure no pestilence is spread.
In theory, this results in a sanitary experience for the next group of cardiopulmonary lab experimenters.
In practice, I always make it a point to spit in the spirometer-part-soaking-tubs, as part of my ongoing research into the effects of Jotun saliva on the cardiopulmonary health of university undergraduates.
I have reams of data to date. Can publication be far behind?