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'''Dent in a bottle''' (pronounced '''/dent in a ˈbädl/''', and formally aliased ''''le bottle'''',) is a historically archived internet phenomena fabricated explicitly by the [[Purple Palm Tree Men|purple palm tree men]] which shows an eponymous bottle which shows it's trademark and unique crater on it's unassumingly metallic frame.
 
'''Dent in a bottle''' (pronounced '''/dent in a ˈbädl/''', and formally aliased ''''le bottle'''',) is a historically archived internet phenomena fabricated explicitly by the [[Purple Palm Tree Men|purple palm tree men]] which shows an eponymous bottle which shows it's trademark and unique crater on it's unassumingly metallic frame.
   
== Bottle Analysis ==
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== Physical Properties ==
 
=== Physical Properties ===
 
 
This meme contains a a blue-hued canister made out of an unknown material with physical properties of metamorphism, chemical stability, radioactive intoxication, and a chemotherapeutic agent against [[cancer|malignant neoplasm]] whilst undergoing of supervision of the [[Purple Palm Tree Men|officials]] of various boards, eminent of which is 4chan.
 
This meme contains a a blue-hued canister made out of an unknown material with physical properties of metamorphism, chemical stability, radioactive intoxication, and a chemotherapeutic agent against [[cancer|malignant neoplasm]] whilst undergoing of supervision of the [[Purple Palm Tree Men|officials]] of various boards, eminent of which is 4chan.
 
Many chemical engineers endeavored nearly an year's work of devotion and research of the study of it's physical properties and how to re-craft a new one. After dissecting and butterfingered the bottle properties (through the thought of imagination), it is revealed that the metals used in this canister is more heavier than most of the elements found in the periodontics table. In their research, they found out that the metals used is by the presumably fictitious metal called "Puss-Pussium Carbonate."
 
Many chemical engineers endeavored nearly an year's work of devotion and research of the study of it's physical properties and how to re-craft a new one. After dissecting and butterfingered the bottle properties (through the thought of imagination), it is revealed that the metals used in this canister is more heavier than most of the elements found in the periodontics table. In their research, they found out that the metals used is by the presumably fictitious metal called "Puss-Pussium Carbonate."
   
=== Chemical Properties ===
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== Chemical Properties ==
 
The metal used in the canister-like object has an Ultra-High Density Polyethylene (UHDPE), sturdier and more denser than that of the conventional plastic bottles/containers used in every-day modern life. UHDPE is typically translucent and flexible, however the chemical mutations of the environment forces the the metal to oxide to a more blueish tone, yet more interestingly doesn't attenuate the metal sturdiness, conductibility, hardness, or any other physical properties in the canister.
 
The metal used in the canister-like object has an Ultra-High Density Polyethylene (UHDPE), sturdier and more denser than that of the conventional plastic bottles/containers used in every-day modern life. UHDPE is typically translucent and flexible, however the chemical mutations of the environment forces the the metal to oxide to a more blueish tone, yet more interestingly doesn't attenuate the metal sturdiness, conductibility, hardness, or any other physical properties in the canister.
   
 
The canister also contains the elusive and eponynous element called "[[Lel|lulz]]". Further analysis is required to know such shit.
 
The canister also contains the elusive and eponynous element called "[[Lel|lulz]]". Further analysis is required to know such shit.
 
== Background Analysis ==
 
 
=== Table ===
 
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==Controversies==
 
==Controversies==
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