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    What Does The "Pink Blob" In This Photo Remind You Of?

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    Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne stopped by a high school in Toronto to tout her government's free tuition plan for low-income students, but it was a science experiment that really stole the show.

    Pink blob takes over @Kathleen_Wynne's visit to Jarvis Collegiate. #onpoli

    The Toronto Star's Robert Benzie tweeted a photo of the premier posing next to two students and their chemistry experiment, which he artfully described as a "pink blob."

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    Robert Benzie / Twitter / Via Twitter: @robertbenzie

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    Robert Benzie / Twitter / Via Twitter: @robertbenzie

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    People had questions.

    #SCIENCE...? https://t.co/wgwvimtJfz

    Is it ... art? https://t.co/ogsTilmj4j

    OK, let's be honest: It looks like a giant penis. But it seems like it was just a well-timed photo. Here's another reporter's photo of the same experiment, just a fraction of a second later.

    The students were showing the premier an example of the classic foam volcano experiment, which results in an explosion of coloured, soapy foam when you mix the ingredients together. It's just a coincidence that it also, for a split second, looked like a big pink dong.

    In conclusion: penis. 😏

    Ishmael N. Daro is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Toronto. PGP fingerprint: 5A1D 9099 3497 DA4B

    Contact Ishmael N. Daro at ishmael.daro@buzzfeed.com.

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