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DNA, not to be confused with Dumb and Naive Aardvarks, stands for Destructive Nuclear Keanu Apples I raise the question "What is it that makes us different from one another?" If you replied with God, you would be right! Also, the question I asked was rhetorical, so you just made yourself look silly by answering it. The answer is inside our cells... and no, I don't mean prison cells. Going back to our cells, let's say you take a tiny yellow submarine and head into one of our cells. You then go into the nucleus and you find a little thing called DNA, or as he likes to be called Thymine Thymine Adenine Adenine Thymine Thymine Thymine Guanine Thymine Cytosine Guanine Thymine Thymine Thymine Thymine Thymine Adenine Guanine Thymine Thymine Cytosine Guanine Guanine Thymine Adenine ... Also, the only good thing to come out of DNA was Deoxys. randomum ad infinitum.
What does DNA stand for?
DNA stands for the National Dyslexic Association, and also Do Not Abbreviate. DNA is an anagram of the word "and" and the name "dan". DNA also stands for orphaned dolphins around the world and YOU can make a difference by giving a shit. Did you know that DNA donated $5 to the Charity for Nutless Newts yesterday? No? Neither did we. But my mom told me today. Speaking of which, my mom and I share 87% of our DNA. The rest is from our next door neighbor's gardener. Don't tell my dad. He's too busy having a midlife crisis.
How was DNA created?
DNA was forged many many years ago in the primordial soup when conditions on Earth were near hellish and were unable to support any forms of sentient life - in Utah, in other words. Mother Nature was working at her computer and did not have the graphic capabilities necessary to create a little critter. Seeing this, she created a programming language that could create a little critter for her. She gave this programming language the file extension .dna. Time passed and before you know it, DNA created all the life that we now see on this planet, and with the ability to repair itself, it does not need to be updated, which is the main reason why programmers love it and cuddle it and take it to bed with them.
However, this interpretation is challenged by my mommy. She said you should drink your milk so you can become strong and handsome like my next door neighbor's gardener. Speaking of which, he has nice muscles. I think I'm gay. That means I must vote republican so I can make the gay go away.
What is DNA made of?
DNA is composed of four nucleotides: Adenine=A, Thymine=T, Cytosine=C, and Guanine=G. Combine these nucleotides in different orders and you can initiate a strand of DNA. For example, the 32-bit command
would print a weird strand of DNA. Combine more in the same way and you're bound to make it perform other functions. If you type in the right DNA sequence and then convert those results into a hexadecimal color code, it will generate a long chromosome. However, a mismatch between these nucleotides, such as that between C and too much A, can be particularly disastrous, resulting in a dysfunctional C, especially in the presence of a ready and willing G.
Can DNA be damaged?
Of course. When DNA is damaged, it's called a mutation. DNA mutation in real life is just like what you can find in X-Men, only instead of getting eye beams from a mutation, you get eye cancer. DNA mutations can result from any causes, such as living next to Chernobyl, laying out in the sun, talking on the cell phone, getting a nipple twister and getting struck on the noggin with depleted uranium.
So does DNA mutation explain why I have a wart on the foot growing out of my forehead?
NO, that is mostly because you sinned in a previous life, and God is punishing you with a disgusting warty foot growing out of your forehead, you bastard.