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Plasmids are surprisingly dangerous in real life

1:00 PM on 06.05.2013

Abel Girmay

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Apparently mayonnaise counts as a plasmid power

I know I'm not the only person that's fantasized about having plasmid powers. Andrew Ryan may have been a bat crazy anarchist, but he created a city where super powers became a thing, so he's alright with me. Thanks to TheDangerousBrew though, I have seen the errors of my ways. In their short Bioshock: Too Many Plasmids, they show us what's more liable to happen when crazies like me get the ability to shoot lighting from their hands. Not saying that I would kill my friends. At least, not unless I could get a cool Instagram pic out of it. 

Also, this video has an exceptionally creepy ginger splicer and an easy to miss Columbia in the background, so yay to that.

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