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Considering they line in Shitropolis, you think the cops would be a bit more open to the idea that he may actually have some sort of power.
I think it’s more their so used to people with powers that it really doesn’t register as anything special any more. afterall, when everyone’s super, no-one is
And if they are probably a harmless drunk, just let them sleep it off.
I’m guessing he went for water to wine
I think he might have switched to “vinegar to vodka” later on.
Or brownies into special brownies.
Let’s hope no one inputs powdered baby formula or the like…
I can turn wine into water, does that count?
The super power: Have a evil goatee!
“With it is power I can”… drunk before he started, really.
Why does the philosopher’s stone look like that thing from The Sims?
Ah, docka morpher!
You have to admit, that thing does give you the powers of a god.
Too much water into wine, I’m thinking…
Not enough I’m thinking…
Considering how much of the human body is water … is iit possible that this poor wizrad is now a being of booze-based bilogy? That he is contantly transforming all liquids into wine and he will never be sober again?
Should have learned from King Midas.
Yup. Remember to install an off setting.
Something very similar actually exists.
I can’t find a citation now, but I read about this many years ago. A man in Japan was arrested for public drunkenness, jailed, and seemed to have sobered up. But they gave him a meal, and he was soon found to be drunk again, even though he hadn’t consumed any alcohol. Doctors eventually discovered that he had something on the order of 100,000 times the normal amount of gastrointestinal flora; his own stomach bacteria was metabolizing what he ate into alcohol at such an accelerated rate that he was getting intoxicated.
As I recall this was dubbed Japanese Alcohol Syndrome. Given when and where this occurred, the scientific consensus was that the condition had something to do with radiation exposure (this being not long after World War II, and not far from either Hiroshima or Nagasaki.)
The account I read did not say whether anyone found a way to help this man.
It happens when you get a (brewer’s) yeast infection in your intestines. When most people think of yeast infection they think of the painful genital yeast infection, but it is possible to get a yeast infection in the intestines so any grains or excess sugars not completely digested by the time they get to the part of your intestines where the yeast infection exist will ferment to alcohol there. There have been cases outside of Japan and other places with radiation fallout, so it is not really connected to radiation.
The Lazarus Cocktails went straight to his head.
What we missed is that Keith was drinking with him, and he took the stone. Since he couldn’t realize what to do with it, he dropped on the floor, where it was found by a kid with glasses and a scar and another kid, with a metal arm, who looks very short, and they are fighting for it now with magic.
Jeeze, is that guy still making comics? Has he acquired a sense of humor, in the last 13 years?
Oh boy, I didn’t knew VG Cats did one about this. Thanks for sharing.
Professor Quirrell got a makeover?
Reverse pee and pooping.
Know what would’ve been funny? If all it did was give you a philosophy degree from college.
Sell the wine, make money. Save on ingredients. Get sued for wasting gallons of water
Considering how much water we use showering, using the toilet, washing clothing, and other things, purified water isn’t exactly at a premium in most of the industrialized world. Flint, MI is an odd exception, and the Michigan government directly caused that.
More likely you will get arrested for ‘forgetting’ to Apply for a Commercial Brewer’s License knowing most people.
I think the narrator has a new partner
You fool. You should have turned ‘all water everywhere’ into wine. That way you can be drunk ‘and’ evil.
I wonder if he talks in his sleep. E. g. Waking up on a straw mat isn’t half as uncomfortable as waking up on a strawberry mat.
Iirc, the power of the philosopher’s stone is to turn a heart of stone (hardness) and/or lead (depression) into a heart of gold. Metaphors are hard and greed is common.
Yeah, that was the original myth, back when alchemy was a thing that people believed. Popular fiction has since had its way with the myth, though, sort of like it has with vampire myths.
… although, at least least I haven’t seen much about sparkly philosopher’s stones.
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