1. Standard membercelticcountry
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    29 Dec '07 15:12
    I sleep in a room one night.
    In the morning, there is condensation on the inside of the window.

    Can my DNA be found in the droplets ?
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    30 Dec '07 11:51
    Originally posted by celticcountry
    I sleep in a room one night.
    In the morning, there is condensation on the inside of the window.

    Can my DNA be found in the droplets ?
    It all depends on how fit your neighbour is
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    30 Dec '07 11:571 edit
    Originally posted by celticcountry
    I sleep in a room one night.
    In the morning, there is condensation on the inside of the window.

    Can my DNA be found in the droplets ?
    Probably some. There's bacteria and dead skin and hair cells all over the place.

    Oh YOUR DNA.

    If it's your first night ever in that room, then probably not.
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    31 Dec '07 05:43
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Probably some. There's bacteria and dead skin and hair cells all over the place.

    Oh YOUR DNA.

    If it's your first night ever in that room, then probably not.
    What if he had just eaten a huge meal complete with brocoli and cauliflower and beans and bacon, and started farting all night, huge wet ones, would that do the trick?
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    31 Dec '07 07:37
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    What if he had just eaten a huge meal complete with brocoli and cauliflower and beans and bacon, and started farting all night, huge wet ones, would that do the trick?
    Maybe if he was farting right onto the window. I kind of doubt there'd be much condensation with that much heat there though.
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    31 Dec '07 07:38
    Originally posted by Thequ1ck
    It all depends on how fit your neighbour is
    Just got that.
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    31 Dec '07 19:21
    If he projectile vomited near the window.....
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    31 Dec '07 23:30
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Just got that.
    I still haven't... 😞
    Enlighten me please...
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    31 Dec '07 23:56
    Originally posted by adam warlock
    I still haven't... 😞
    Enlighten me please...
    I second that notion!😕
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    01 Jan '08 13:54
    I thought I did. Maybe the moderator removed it for poor taste. The problem is the joke is in poor taste...

    The idea is that if your neighbor is fit and of the appropriate gender for your tastes, and your window looks on her/his shower...

    There might be a reason your DNA would be mixed in with the droplets of condensed water on the window. That's the most tasteful way I can put it.
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    01 Jan '08 13:541 edit
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    I thought I did. Maybe the moderator removed it for poor taste. The problem is the joke is in poor taste...

    The idea is that if your neighbor is fit and of the appropriate gender for your tastes, and your window looks on her/his shower...

    There might be a reason your DNA would be mixed in with the droplets of condensed water on the window. That's the most tasteful way I can put it.
    If this gets modded, I can't explain for you. Apparently RHP won't allow it.
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    01 Jan '08 21:58
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    If this gets modded, I can't explain for you. Apparently RHP won't allow it.
    I think I got the general idea by now...
    Urgh....
  13. Standard membercelticcountry
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    03 Jan '08 11:27
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Just got that.
    I got it on my first read.
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    03 Jan '08 15:50
    Originally posted by celticcountry
    I got it on my first read.
    Join the club. You'll wish you hadn't.
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    03 Jan '08 18:40
    Originally posted by celticcountry
    I sleep in a room one night.
    In the morning, there is condensation on the inside of the window.

    Can my DNA be found in the droplets ?
    This is a very curious question indeed.
    I must ask...what caused this thought?
    Are you writing a movie or something? God I hope so.

    To be perfectly honest with you, I have never heard or thought of this
    DNA possibility.

    It seems possible that you can find DNA anywhere. Even a tiny piece of dandruff
    contains your unique strand, however, I'm not too sure how evaporating perspiration
    would stand up in court.

    Very thought-provoking.
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