The color correspondence to tissue color is a little neater than it needs to be (the pink ones turn brains into bubblegum!) but overall its just weird enough for me to upvote.
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This is demented and I love it. +1
Edit: I don't think Willy Wonka candies existed before the film in the 70's, though. Perhaps change the gobstopper bit to a generic jawbreaker?
"Gobstoppers" doesn't refer to a specific brand; it's synonymous with "jawbreaker." I just prefer using it in this article.
Ive only ever heard it with a specific brand, but okay. This is starting to spark some ideas in my head, too… Would you be against me using this candy company?
I guess I wouldn't mind if you use it, but if you actually turn it into a GOI, it'd just be another "makes anomalous shit" type of group like the Factory or Wondertainment, which I think a large portion of the community might not like.
"Gobstopper" is what they tend to call them in the UK. "Jawbreaker" is a US thing.
Wasn't this exact same shtick done with gummy worms? Even the chart is extremely similar. -1
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The gummy worms replace the organ that they consume with sugery versions of themselves that don't quite work. And the chart on it is extremely similar to this one. Nigh on identical.
Are…you saying that that article doesn't work, or this article doesn't work? I have compared the two charts and must say I disagree strongly. Do they happen to have roughly similar concepts? Unfortunately, yes. Are the charts different? I think so. The only similarity that I can see between the two is the fact that both have the pink subset deal with brain/neural tissues and the red subset with blood/cardiovascular tissue.