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According to an exam paper posted at comedy site Kontraband, verifying mutants in your phenotypic screen by "using the radioactive ooze" and drawing a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle won't get you any marks. Also, yelling "All your base belong to us" will land you three days of out-of-school suspension.

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