I recreated the Covid-19 virus in my lab this weekend

m i doin it rite?

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Forgive me for saying this, but it looks kind of … harmless.

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Now for the Lego vaccine. Looking forward to your detailed report.

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Looks pretty close to me!

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Have you put a mask on your screen? Viruses have been known to escape from labs, you know. You wouldn’t want your computer/tablet/phone/Kindle to catch a virus, you know.

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Somebody on Pinterest has a crochet pattern on for it too.

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It looks kind of like that little floating orb that Darth Vader sent in to torture Princess Leia in the original Star Wars movie (which is still the only one of the series I ever bothered to watch).

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I wouldn’t mind having one of those crocheted coronaviruses – and a little plastic bat to beat it with. :smile:

But great work on the LEGO model, tad (from one LEGO fan to another).

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GREAT! :mask:

Whatever you do, don’t leave that coronavirus on the floor where I’ll step on it barefooted!

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The CDC has recently confirmed that cartoon characters can carry the virus.

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In addition to the normal precautions (6 foot distance, face covering, hand sanitizer), the use of touch screens is suspended until further notice.

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I have determined that the virus explodes upon hearing Slim Whitman’s version of “Indian Love Call”.

This, of course, has nothing at all to do with “Mars Attacks”.

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It’s all fun and games until somebody steps on it

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