Why You Shouldn't Eat during an Experiment
Katherine and Jack go through walk you through a story about why you should not eat while in the lab or during an experiment.
You really shouldn't bring your lunch in here, Jack. Mr. Jones told us not to.
Please, Katherine, you don't know what you're talking about.
Fine! Just go get our supplies!
Okay Katherine. Let's just get started.
As Jack was walking away, he accidentally spilled his food all over the chemicals causing them to fall over. Katherine left to go put safety glasses on, so she didn't notice either.
JACK!!! I can't believe it! I TOLD YOU THIS WOULD HAPPEN! MR. JONES!!! COME HERE PLEASE!
I'm so sorry Katherine! It was only an accident!
Now that we have cleaned up the mess, you should fully understand not bringing food in the lab is for your safety. You could have accidentally eaten the chemiclas or you could have spilled hazardous material like you just did.
We understand Mr. Jones. Thanks for your help!
It's okay, Jack. It was only an accident.
I'd like to apologize again for ruining our experiment and putting others in a dangerous situation. It'll never happen again!
Thank you, Jack. I'm glad you learned your lesson, even if you had to learn it the hard way.
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