Element: Lupitacrite

A SDS (safety data sheet) of Lupitacrite

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Basic information for Lupitacrite

Element name: Lupitacrite

Atomic mass: 23.012 kg

Symbol: Lp

Discoverers: Scientists Maria Torres and Victor Roa in Dallas, TX on December 23rd, 1999.

Occurrence: Intensive deposits are found in soft blankets and movie theaters. Very minimal deposits are found at the malls and crowded populated areas.

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Physical properties

  • Surface properties include short russet (a shade of brown) hair, brown eyes and tan skin along with the Lupitacrite being often tall in length.
  • Boils when people manipulate others or make extremely offensive remarks.
  • Melts when people compliment the element in any aspect of it and are kind.
  • Possibly can cause irritation if touched too many times.

Exhibit can be found in various states and forms including but not limited to:

  • Joyful when listening to The Beatles songs.
  • Distressed when the work load becomes intensified and more than the time needed.
  • Wacky when the time hits precisely 3:00 am.
  • Frightened when hearing noises at night.

  • Becomes stubborn and unyielding when people don't listen to the element warnings and advice.

Chemical Properties

  • Is repelled by loud people and noises.
  • Is attracted to animated media.
  • May explode spontaneously if it didn't get enough sleep last night.
  • Requires copious amounts of good quality jokes and puns to get my funny bone going.
  • Is inert and motionless in calm forestry, nature-like areas.
  • Will repel people who are extremely guilt tripping and manipulative.
  • Is impervious to people asking for the middle name or even perhaps saying it out loud (seriously it will release a high pitched shriek upon hearing it.)

Other fun facts about this rare element!

  • This element is a solid metal at room temperature, but it will become a gas when exposed to dry ice.
  • This element is currently being evaluated to join the Muppet's version of the periodic table.
  • When placed under special lights it will shine bright like a diamond.
  • Swing music, the Beatles, Gorillaz, and Muppet music will all create the Lupitacrite to start moving back and forth in rhythm.
This mashup of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody and Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue is a beautiful example onto how to create calm a stressful Lupitacrite.


"Bohemian Rhapsody in Blue" (Queen/ Gershwin Mashup) by scottbradlee