biochemistry jokes

Don’t forget to take sanity breaks: going to the gym or finding reasons to smile and laugh! Have to get some comic relief after all that studying!

ID #89921

Name: Charlie
Age: 19
Country: USA

Hello internet! I go by Charlie, I’m trans, and I prefer he/they pronouns. I am a sophomore in college currently majoring in Biochemistry. I also have high-functioning ASD, so I’m not very skilled in the making friends department. I’ve always fared better in online friendships, which is why I’ve come here!

My interests are all across the board. I enjoy science and will frequently incorporate cheesy Chemistry jokes into everyday conversation (I’d tell you one now, but all of the good ones Argon). I love video games - most notably my Nintendo Switch (Stardew Valley, Super Mario Odyssey, and Rocket League are my current favorites), however I do a little bit of xbox and PC gaming here and there. I also love D&D, giraffes, Stranger Things, painting, basically every genre of music, and the British crime drama Broadchurch. I could also talk about musical theater for ages - Dear Evan Hansen, Be More Chill, Hamilton, Heathers, Next to Normal, Newsies, The Book of Mormon, etc. You name it.

Overall I’d say I’m a pretty easy-going person and I’m open to all. I look forward to having someone I can talk to about anything and everything, and to hear about life from another perspective!

Preferences: Preferably someone who is 17+.

I am definitely open to snail mail at some point but would prefer to (initially, at least) keep it strictly online. My preferred methods of communication are Tumblr and Discord, but I’m open to just about anything!

When we think about the building blocks of life we think of the amino acids. These are coded by the complex yet simple coding system of DNA. DNA is made up of the 4 bases, C (cytosine), G (guanine), T (thymine), and A (adenine). The two pyrimidines C and T seem to have been originated from the base U (uracil). While the two purines A and G seem to have been originated from the base I (inosine).

So will it be safe to say that life began with U and I?