Did you know that arsenic comes from lakes?
Well not strictly speaking, I mean it doesn't all come from lakes, but there's a pretty large fuck-off arsenic lake in Peru, at any rate.
I learnt this information last night - my mates have just come back from South America and showed me pictures of the poisonous mass of water, over some toots.
Like, do Iraqis know about this lake? This is rather hectic information to be blogging about even, especially if an Iraqi operative picks this up and has an infatuation with weapons of mass destruction.
Another question: if one swims in the lake, like if one didn't know it was an arsenic lake, and if one spent and undue amount of time in the lake would one die quickly or would one only die like, six months later?
Nobody could tell me last night.
And like, when you die, is it of asphyxiation, like with strychnine, or would your like, legs or totty fall off, or would you have organ failure, wet yourself and then die, like, after breaking out in an arsenic rash?
All these questions. I am obsessed with the arsenic lake. The one in Peru. It shines green, and is filled with the arsenic due to the volcano that erupted near there. Imagine if their tour guide forgot to tell them and they, just, like, dived in?
I am so tired this morning.