Honda (Element)

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Honda, or He, is well known as one of the 9 elements of the Periodic table, often confused with the occasional table.

He[edit]

Honda (pl. *hondae*) is a shiny, plastic metal used primarily for motoring badges due to its natural abundance and malleability. Hondae are such named because of the He used in their pianos. Although Honda is widely used in almost every modern appliance, not much is known about He. As a result there is much controversy over the possibility that He can cause menopause in middle-aged women and balding in men.

Properties[edit]

  • Melting point: Unknown (Estimated at 14 years)
  • Atomic Weight: 0.1
  • Neutrons: 4, 7 in inconceivable dimensions
  • Protons: 5, 10 in inconceivable dimensions
  • Optimus Primes: 1010011010
  • Vogons: 231
  • Density: not measurable due to dimension echoes.
  • a naturally occurring element; found under rocks.
  • Crystalline shape: complex 4D shape using triangles and other incomprehensible shapes such as squaroides.
  • Reactivity: Mostly inert, except when combined with crabs in the presence of oxygen.

reactions with He[edit]

  • Due to Honda sharing the number 2 with Be this makes molten Honda very reactive with F forming a very dense orange gas. This gas is interesting due to its density as it sinks though most liquids as triangular bubbles. It is commonly characterized by having a "new car smell", a repugnant odour that people tend to find more appealing as their wallets lighten.

Relative Elementality[edit]


Ba
2
He
1
L
2
Be
3
Br
4
C
5
Nu
6
O
7
F
8
Ne
9
Ci
10
Je
-1
Po