Monday, July 02, 2007

En-gross-ing :)

En-"gross"-ing :)

Not a very pleasant way to start a Monday morning, I know but the idea of this "science in disguise" exhibit brought a smile when I first spotted it at the local science center just outside my school here. The exhibit based on a bestselling book (by the same name) for kids, claims that it "explores all the slimy, mushy, oozy, scaly, and stinky gross (yet scientific) things that occur everyday in the human body".One can even test one's "Grossology IQ" with a multiple-choice challenge!!!!

Have a Happy or shall I say En-gross-ing Monday :)

29 comments:

laurel said...

Ha!
Actually, I'm sure it's quite an interesting exhibit! I should check it out the next time I'm up there, maybe I'll learn something.

Radha said...

lol !!

RUTH said...

Oh I bet my grandchildren would love this! Actually I'd probably enjoy it myself too.

inspired said...

yuk ;o]

JoAnn said...

HI,
I am not sure if I like the exhibition, the banner is hiding a lot....(?)What's behind it? I wanna know...

Ash said...

Hilarious!!

suramya said...

did u take the test ????? whats ur gross iq :):):):)

Yoda said...

Gross me out? Will take a LOT to do dat!!!

Yoda said...

yup, i'm quicker grosser upper ;-)

LMAO!

photowannabe said...

I'd love to take the grandkids to that. It actually sounds like a great way to learn.

Nikon said...

I'd love the stinky gross part - since I live alone :)

That looks like an old ship in the background?

Moi said...

Su : haha..no i never chked this one out ...i'm sure i'll be beaten hollow by some of the grossest minds there !!!

Nikon: Its a dome : a part of the building in the background.

Mark said...

Hi Moi, Love it, it really seems to work all this grossness, my daughter loves that kind of stuff, over here we have programmes all based around the same sort of thing but covering the Romans,Victorians and others called The Horrible Histories Of....

Cheers Mark

Still said...

Wow! Funny image!

Lori said...

It sounds interesting actually. I think I'd like to see it. I love the colorful poster!

a-xpressions said...

:)) liked the idea!

diyadear said...

ha ha sounds fun ;)

Chad Oneil said...

Hey "Moi", is that the "Mozi"?

...I'm back, come on over!

Chad Oneil said...

Moi,
I'm glad you like my new look.

Yeah, I used to pass "MOSI" four times a week on my way to and from "Tampa Tech" back in 1999 and 2000. I would take I-4 to 75 then Fowler to Busch.

Joel Reynolds said...

Haha! Hilarious. I'd love to see that exhibit!
I love your photo of the raindrops on the window, too!
Joel

Faye Pekas said...

How funny. I'm sure it would be a fun exhibit to see :)

Abraham Lincoln said...

Interesting post. Almost funny to me. Don't know why. Thanks too for all your visits.

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Rauf said...

i appreciate this, something that we don't bother to know.

GMG said...

Amazing! Happy 4th of July!
Thanks for the comments at Blogtrotter.

Anna said...

Something tells me that my boys would love that exhibit! :) Great shots that I have missed! Hope that you are well!

Sarad said...

the picture says it all. an odd exhibition, it must have been.

JAM said...

I don't have a weak stomach for such things, but I just don't like gross stuff.

Engineering's much neater and cleaner. A childhood friend of mine has been a pathologist for years and has many stories of liquified human remains and whatnot. I don't see how he does it.

Cris said...

Very impolite, heheeh, oh but who does not do gross things?

Kate said...

I guess gross is in the eye of the beholder! I'd like to see it.