We Made Some Science-Themed Valentines for the Person You Have Your Ion

We Made Some Science-Themed Valentines for the Person You Have Your Ion

You don't have to be a chemist to do it periodically on the table — especially when the only thing bigger than your hard drive is your sex drive. 

We've created some sexy science- and tech-related Valentine's Day cards for your favorite research assistant. Use them well and often — and with any luck, you'll be (Mg,Fe2+)2(Mg,Fe2+)5Si8O22(OH)2.

1. For the office hottie

2. For your sweetie

3. For the one you've bonded with

4. For the girl with space pants (her ass is outta this world)

5. For the one who completes you

6. For the tiny crush that could grow into more

7. For the computer whiz

8. For the snazzy dresser

9. For your study partner

10. For the Bill to your Melinda Gates

11. For the one you want to poke

12. (This is a real thing)


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