• She turned me into a newt!

    I could play with this thing all day.

    The Potion Maker
    solonor rasrethium is a translucent, coarse mauve powder extracted from the heart of a Snark.
    Mix with solonor rasreth! Username:
    Yet another fun meme brought to you by rfreebern

    [ Leeched from mordant carnivalium: a translucent, fine aquamarine powder leeched from the saliva of a Jabberwocky. ]

    I’ve brewed up some concoctions already…


    The Potion Maker
    mordant carnivalium is a translucent, fine aquamarine powder leeched from the saliva of a Jabberwocky.
    solonor rasrethium is a translucent, coarse mauve powder extracted from the heart of a Snark.
    Mixing mordant carnivalium with solonor rasrethium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing a milky red potion which gives the user protection from twisted plans.
    Yet another fun meme brought to you by rfreebern

    The Potion Maker
    solonor rasrethium is a translucent, coarse mauve powder extracted from the heart of a Snark.
    pepperkatium is an opaque, viscous lavender liquid culled from the saliva of a shrew.
    Mixing solonor rasrethium with pepperkatium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing a translucent tan potion which gives the user the power of summoning lightning.
    Yet another fun meme brought to you by rfreebern

    The Potion Maker
    solonor rasrethium is a translucent, coarse mauve powder extracted from the heart of a Snark.
    whiny elderium is a cloudy, soft indigo solid culled from the belly of a fox.
    Mixing solonor rasrethium with whiny elderium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing an opaque ochre potion which gives the user protection from twisted plans.
    Yet another fun meme brought to you by rfreebern

    Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003 at 06:12
  • Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003 at 06:58 | #1

    Dodge this… 😉

    “solonor rasrethium is a translucent, coarse mauve powder extracted from the heart of a Snark.

    Melissarium is a milky, pasty peach gel pulled from the heart of a wolverine.

    Mixing solonor rasrethium with Melissarium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing a cloudy white potion which gives the user the power of dodging bullets.”

  • Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003 at 10:22 | #2

    Geek SMASH!

    solonor rasrethium is a translucent, coarse mauve powder extracted from the heart of a Snark.

    GeekManium is an opaque, viscous blue liquid drawn from the bones of a gryphon.

    Mixing solonor rasrethium with GeekManium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing a translucent aquamarine potion which gives the user the power of superhuman strength.

  • Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003 at 10:57 | #3

    where DO you find these things …

    solonor rasrethium is a translucent, coarse mauve powder extracted from the heart of a Snark.
    tj.hanton.netium is a translucent, flaky amber powder derived from the lungs of a dragon.
    Mixing solonor rasrethium with tj.hanton.netium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing a milky lavender potion which gives the user protection from prying eyes.

  • Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003 at 11:58 | #4

    More fun with Memes: The Potion Maker

    Answering the often never asked question of “if you were a reagent, what kind of reagent would you be” is the potion maker. Put in your name or username and it’ll tell you what kind of magical reagent you are. For example: The Potion MakerLesium is an …

  • domino
    Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003 at 18:38 | #5

    OK, this is too fun

    solonor rasrethium is a translucent, coarse mauve powder extracted from the heart of a Snark.
    dominomium is a milky, pasty sky blue gel siphoned from the blood of a bandersnatch.

    Mixing solonor rasrethium with dominomium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing a cloudy amber potion which gives the user the power of instantaneous healing.

  • domino
    Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003 at 18:56 | #6

    How’d that program know that Domino was a cleric that did lot’s of healing?

    Spooky.

  • Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003 at 19:30 | #7

    solonor rasrethium – yadda yadda yadda…pickle juicemium is an opaque, effervescent magenta liquid siphoned from the brain of a gryphon.

    Mixing solonor rasrethium with pickle juicemium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing a translucent indigo potion which gives the user the power of acid-spitting.

    ACID SPITTING! Yeah baby!…so, you up for it or what?

    Though I’m sure that having protection from prying eyes would be more useful to me…still, you can’t beat a bit of the old acid spit.

  • Tuesday, September 23rd, 2003 at 19:32 | #8

    Hey, let’s hear it for effervescence, huh? Go, effervescence, huzzahs!

  • Wednesday, September 24th, 2003 at 15:00 | #9

    Sunidesusium is a cloudy, crumbly green solid drawn from the belly of a wildebeest.

    Mixing solonor rasrethium with Sunidesusium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing an opaque sky blue potion which gives the user protection from death.

    Well cool! I’m protected from all the acid spitting and superhuman strength type things going on around here lately.

  • Ooshka
    Friday, September 26th, 2003 at 08:27 | #10

    I always wondered where my tail came from…
    solonor rasrethium a translucent, coarse mauve powder extracted from the heart of a Snark. Ooshka Mountainia Crevassemium is a milky, pasty red gel derived from the muscles of a bat. Mixing solonor rasrethium with Ooshka Mountainia Crevassemium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing a cloudy mauve potion which gives the user the power of shrinking and growing.

  • Ric The Schmuck
    Friday, September 26th, 2003 at 13:23 | #11

    And spookier it gets…..
    solonor rasrethium is a translucent, coarse mauve powder extracted from the heart of a Snark.
    RicTheSchmuckiumium is an opaque, soapy blue liquid leeched from the flower of a burning bush.
    Mixing solonor rasrethium with RicTheSchmuckiumium causes a violent chemical reaction, producing a translucent aquamarine potion which gives the user the power of superhuman strength.

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