Gemma’s Chemistry teacher decides to teach the class a lesson about the dangers of drinking liquor.
She sets up an experiment with a glass of water, a glass of whiskey, and two worms.
“Watch what happens to the two worms,” she says.
She puts a worm in a glass of water, where it twists around but seems otherwise unharmed.
She puts the second worm in the whiskey glass. It writhes in pain before sinking to the bottom of the glass, dead.
“What can we learn from this experiment?” she asks the class.
After a moment, Gemma raises her hand. “Drink whiskey and you won’t get worms?”