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Eh, I won't need them...
Huh. My eyes are starting to burn.
Oww! My eyes!
This student see's science goggles and remembers reading in the guide lines that he's supposed to wear them but decides he's fine without them.
There. Now, in the future, you should always wear goggles while handling chemicals.
As this student starts to experiment with some chemicals, he notices some fumes coming up from the chemical tube.
The student's eyes start to burn and he drops the chemical tube and the medicine dropper.
After washing out the student's eyes with water, the teacher tells the student to wear goggles always when handling chemicals.
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