Picture It and Write from ermiliablog@wordpress
Write a paragraph of fiction or a poem to accompany the image.
The picture prompt for this week is below:
What the hell are those things? Amoebas?
Crick! That’s why you’re a frickin’ graduate student.
And Watson, just because you are a postdoctoral fellow, you think you’re better? By the way, what the hell is a post doctoral fellow, anyway?
Mind your own business, Crick. How often do you find a British University like Cambridge employing an American? So you can just kiss my molecular structure.
Make that D N doubleA. Dumb Nutty American Ass. And why are we using wires to string these little pieces of amoebas or whatever the hell they are together?
How many times do I have to tell you! Erwin Chargaff found that adenine and thymine were approximately equal to amounts of guanine and cytosine? That’s why I’m the fellow and you’re just a grunt graduate student.
But isn’t Chargaff an artist? And have you considered that thymine and guanine could adopt a slightly different chemical shape?
That was Chagall you’re referring to, you shmick. But wait, you’re on to something here. Let’s make two base pairs and then I think we’ve got it.
Watson, I hate pears! And do I have to string these all over again? And isn’t it, “By Gorge, we’ve got it.” And…
Crick! Shut up and keep stringing, or you’ll never graduate!