SAND SAND I LOVE SAND I LOVE THE BEACH I LOVE CONSUMING SAND AND THE MICROORGANISMS INSIDE IT I LOVE SiO2 I LOVE CRUNCHING ON NICE AND YUMMY SAND AND SCARING THE OTHER PATRONS OF THE BEACH I JUST LOVE EATING SAND
silicon will get a good review on yelp
Aluminum’s abbreviation is Al. I like Al. Al is the type of guy to grill enough food for the entire neighborhood block, you feel me? Al also gives the best wisdom ever heard. We all need an Al in our lives.
Al will get an 8/10, he sounds like a good dude.
Magnesium might help with protein synthesis, but don’t be fooled. The element has a weird relationship with another in my eyes, but that’s 13 elements away and I just don’t care that much. Other than that, it’s a pretty useful element.
Magnesium gets a 4 out of something.
Sodium makes up salt and I’m being forced to review this but I can safely say that I love just drinking salt. I love the threat of having a heart condition. I love the salty flavor. Scrumptious.
NAh, not this one.
Now the stuff I actually like. Neon is a rare element, only being found in the earth’s atmosphere or the earth’s crust. However, there are theories that it can be found much easier in deep space. It can be found on vacuum tubes, television tubes, and helium-neon lasers. However, there’s been a shortage in 2022 due to world events.
Neon will get a 9.9999999999999999999999/10
Fluorine is used in dentistry. My dentist hates me because I’ve looked him in the eyes and said that I haven’t been brushing or flossing many times. I am simply a menace to the dental profession.
Fluorine will get one broken tooth out of many.
Oxygen is kinda cringe. It’s literally everywhere, being around us at this very moment. Like what’s the point? Get out of my personal bubble, oxygen. We don’t need you to live. You’ve just overstayed your welcome, oxygen, and I think it’s time we do something about that.
Oxygen will get a 0.00000000000001 out of 10.
Nitrogen can be found almost anywhere, and helps food storage, construction, medicine, etc. It’s an understated champion when it comes to helping us live our everyday lives. Nitrogen is one of the main body components, required for protein synthesis and production of several nitrogenous compounds such as hormones, neurotransmitters, and components of antioxidant defense. Pretty neat, ain’t it?
Nitrogen will get an 8/10, not bad, not bad.
Carbon is everywhere. Do you know what contains carbon? The sugar in DNA, carbon dioxide (duh), methane (CH^4), diamonds, and so much more. However, Carbon emissions trapped in the atmosphere just warms the planet more. Not cool, right?
Carbon gets one sob session/3.
Boron is definitely an element. It can make compounds. It has an atomic and mass number. It definitely is a solid. It has an electron configuration. It exists.
Boron will get a sigh.