Nonsense! That's like saying a old woman can be young again.
Dr. Heidegger had invited four of his friends over to help with an experiment; Widow Wycherly, Mr. Gasoigne, Mr. Medbourne, and Colonel Killigrew. A long time ago the three men had fought for Widow Wycherly's love.
It worked! We're young again!
To explain the experiment, Dr. Heidegger brought a dead rose from an old book and a bottle of water. Once He had put the rose in the bottle it was as if the rose never died.
NO I DIDN'T!
YOU STARTED IT!
Before they drunk the water Dr. Heidegger asked if they'd repeat their same doings when they were younger knowing that with old age comes wisdom. They all proceed to say "No" and drink the water.
This is why I will NEVER drink the water.
As they drank more and more water they got younger. The gray hair and wrinkles were a distant future. To celebrate, Widow Wycherly wanted to dance.
The three men wanted to dance with Widow Wycherly and began to fight. Soon the water of youth along with the rose fell. Not long after the gray hair and wrinkles appeared.
Amused at the situation, Dr. Heidegger began to thank them. As he tried to explain the lesson they have taught him his friends became confused. Instead of learning from this experiment, they decided to go search for the fountain of youth.