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Students at an Ohio middle school have been accused of putting bodily fluids into food served to teachers.

The school resource officer at Olentangy Hyatts Middle School in Powell, Ohio was notified of the alleged incident Thursday and began investigating immediately.

A spokesperson with the Delaware County Sheriff's office said there are several victims and suspects.

The sheriff's office said the students are accused of peeing and ejaculating into crepes that were served to teachers in a class called "Global Gourmet." Staff told the resource officer video of students putting urine and semen into the crepes was circulating. The video was discovered five to six hours after the staff had eaten the food.

Olentangy Schools responded to the incident by saying, "The safety and security of our students and staff is of utmost importance. District leadership and local law enforcement are conducting a thorough investigation into this incident, and anyone found in violation of school policies will be held accountable for their actions. We are also focusing our efforts to support the teachers impacted by this incident.
 

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TX Leather Face

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@TX Leather Face
Olentangy Schools says it was during a student cooking competition, that students allegedly contaminated the food they were serving to teachers, who were judging the contest.
Yeah, I gathered it was something that was a school wide thing. I never would’ve volunteered for that! Feel so bad for them. We’re just trying to be good sports for the kids and paid the price. Such bullshit!
 

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Brillig

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I've been trying to explain that phenomenon to a friend. He claims he never heard of it at all. And he loves asparagus! Either you've experienced or you have not.
There is a genetic component. In order to produce it and/or smell it, you have to have a specific gene. Perhaps it doesn't run in his family, thus his lack of knowledge.
 

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Keepalowprofile

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@TX Leather Face
Olentangy Schools says it was during a student cooking competition, that students allegedly contaminated the food they were serving to teachers, who were judging the contest.
This must have been premeditated.
Because the teachers would have seen the wildly spanking the monkey and stopped them.

In top chef, the judges go nut if the chef licks a spoon and reuses it.
 

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Alf

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There is a genetic component. In order to produce it and/or smell it, you have to have a specific gene. Perhaps it doesn't run in his family, thus his lack of knowledge.
There is some variability in production, but just about everybody who eats asparagus will "transform[] [their] chamber-pot into a flask of perfume", as Proust observed.

The culprit is aspargusic acid, unique to asparagus and the only sulfurous molecule in the plant. its metabolites are several sulfur-bearing compounds with high vapor pressure, and it is these compounds that create the characteristic odor.

--Al
cribbed from Wikipedia
 

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Fives My Charm

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This must have been premeditated.
Because the teachers would have seen the wildly spanking the monkey and stopped them.

In top chef, the judges go nut if the chef licks a spoon and reuses it.
The school put out a memo stating they are investigating incase it’s a prank and the video was doctored in some way.. they are giving the students the benefit of doubt @Keepalowprofile .. but DNA won’t lie you know..
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There is some variability in production, but just about everybody who eats asparagus will "transform[] [their] chamber-pot into a flask of perfume", as Proust observed.

The culprit is aspargusic acid, unique to asparagus and the only sulfurous molecule in the plant. its metabolites are several sulfur-bearing compounds with high vapor pressure, and it is these compounds that create the characteristic odor.

--Al
cribbed from Wikipedia
I am absolutely naively asking what the hell you guys are talking about @ghosttruck @Brillig @Alf @Muriel Schwenck
 
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Alf

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Asparagus contains a unique compound, aspargusic acid, that metabolizes into half a dozen aromatic substances that are eliminated through renal excretion and that combine to create a distinct odor of asparagus pee. A few people do not produce these aromatic substances when they metabolize aspargusic acid, and some percentage of the populace can't smell these particular substances. The two populations do not necessarily overlap.

Link

--Al
 

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Keepalowprofile

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The school put out a memo stating they are investigating incase it’s a prank and the video was doctored in some way.. they are giving the students the benefit of doubt @Keepalowprofile .. but DNA won’t lie you know..
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I am absolutely naively asking what the hell you guys are talking about @ghosttruck @Brillig @Alf @Muriel Schwenck

Asparagus contains a unique compound, aspargusic acid, that metabolizes into half a dozen aromatic substances that are eliminated through renal excretion and that combine to create a distinct odor of asparagus pee. A few people do not produce these aromatic substances when they metabolize aspargusic acid, and some percentage of the populace can't smell these particular substances. The two populations do not necessarily overlap.

Link

--Al
Let me translate.

Asparagus makes your piss smell strong.
 

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Sue sue

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I've been trying to explain that phenomenon to a friend. He claims he never heard of it at all. And he loves asparagus! Either you've experienced or you have not.
like cilantro. To 10% of the population it tastes like kerosene, to the rest of us it is a delightful herb,
Cilantro is yuck
And Asparagus makes pee stink bad :(
 

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Future_Milf

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I hate that I even thought of this, but kids are having sex younger and younger. I hope for everybodys' sake that no STDs were passed along, as I believe that's legally a more serious form of assault than the little pipsqueaks will-hopefully-held liable for in court now.
 

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inferus

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Spunk!? Those children have been watching porn.
In my day, spunk was too new, too secret, too joyful. They would have stuck with piss.
I miss the good old days...………………..
I bet you had a lot of crispy socks.
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I would ask how no one caught them in the act but most teens pop from a stiff breeze.

Still, I prefer chowder to crepes...
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That isn't your 'o' face I hope.
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Asparagus contains a unique compound, aspargusic acid, that metabolizes into half a dozen aromatic substances that are eliminated through renal excretion and that combine to create a distinct odor of asparagus pee. A few people do not produce these aromatic substances when they metabolize aspargusic acid, and some percentage of the populace can't smell these particular substances. The two populations do not necessarily overlap.

Link

--Al
...brought to you by the latest episode of "Cumming in the Kitchen."
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You actually need two specific genes... one to produce and another to detect.
You also need a pair of jeans around your ankles, it seems.
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Nothing odd about a bunch of guys around a pot squirting baby batter...as long as there's no eye contact.
 
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