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You might think a cycle would be cool because you could ride it, but no. It sucks.
For those without comedic tastes, the self-proclaimed experts at Wikipedia have an article about Nitrogen.

Nitrogen totally sucks. Anyone who likes Nitrogen is wrong, because Nitrogen totally sucks. This is pretty self-explanatory. Nitrogen is from the two Latin compounds Nitres, which means Blows, and genus, which means Sorta. Since Latin is based on a similar tongue, Mexican, it is backwards, so it literally means Totally Sucks.

Why Nitrogen Sucks[edit]

Nitrogen sucks so much, it's in 7th place on the Periodic Table. The only thing that sucks more than Nitrogen is Oxygen, and since that chemical is totally useless anyway, we'll assume that Nitrogen is the worst.

Ancient Uses[edit]

Nitrogen is found in abundance in the anusphere, that's because no one wants it. The Greeks named it NitresGenus. One time, the Romans tried to use Nitrogen for plumbing. Because it is usually a gas, it didn't work, so they switched to lead, because Romans are not very smart.

Nitrogen and Hitler[edit]

This is the molecular structure of a Nitrusleadic molecule. Notice its uncanny resemblance to the Star of David.

A well known fact is that Nitrogen flakes were fed to Nazi soldiers in the hopes that when the Nazis would win, Hitler could make Nitrogen suck less. Unfortunately for Hitler, he forgot that anything that sucks as bad as Nitrogen will make his soldiers suck, too, so he lost the war and committed suicide because he sucked so much from eating all of that Nitrogen.

Nitrogen's Effect on the Human Body[edit]

Chemical Properties[edit]

Nitrogen, being a light non-metal, has a similar effect as lead, a heavy metal. The main underlying difference between the two is that lead is used in paint, but Nitrogen isn't used in anything because everyone knows it sucks.

How it Works[edit]

When Nitrogen enters the human body, it immediately latches itself to the uvula. It then works its way into your brain through nerve endings, and eventually finds its way into the cerebral cortex. From there, it burrows deep into your thoughts, telling you to do and say things that make you less of a person.

Nitrogen and the World[edit]

Nitrogen has a lot of myths told about it, and it is wise not to do research on them because everything in this article is correct.

Not as abundant as you're told[edit]

Kill your chemistry teacher[edit]

Some people will try to tell you that Nitrogen makes up over 75% of the atmosphere. This is because they are Nazis and therefore should be stoned to death. Everybody enjoys a public execution, so there will be nobody offended if you take it upon yourself to eradicate your chemistry teacher.

Useful properties[edit]

Although widely considered completely useless, there are some uses that are worth noting. Because it sucks.

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