It seems as if I had mentioned this before, but a quick search shows no results, so I must not have.
I've been recently dabbling with gene splicing. Nothing too fancy yet mind you, I am after all a beginner, it's just that I keep running into the same problem over and over. See, I'm trying to combine a lobster and a lemon to create a lobster which doesn't require any lemon garnish1. The problem is that I keep ending up with lemons that taste like lobster, and that's just nasty. I mean, who wants to boil a lemon before eating it?
1: Phase 2 will involve splicing my lemobster with butter, but I'm not far enough along yet to start work on that.
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