Nothing says *Happy Muldermas!!* like a
bee-inhabiting, gut-gestating
virus from another world!
Mix up a big batch of either of these
child-and-Mulder-safe EBEs,
then call your friends, neighbours,
and those nice men and women at the local
FEMA office over for hours of infectious fun!

Mutated, Complicated Oilien
Ruthless, relentless, single-minded in its desire for world domination, 
and great at parties!
A hit with cavemen and Fibbies alike!

1. Combine 2 cups of white (PVA) glue, (in the squidgy bottles, as Neil Buchanan says!) 1/4 tsp* black PASTE food coloring, and 1 1/2 c. warmish water. Stir thoroughly.

2. In another bowl, mix 1/3 c water and 2 tsp. powdered Borax (you can find Borax where you find laundry detergent)  

3. Pour the Borax mixture into the glue mixture and stir. The mixture will congeal into Oilien lumps, similar to those found in Tunguska and diplomatic pouches. Remove these to a safety containment field, or a resealable plastic bag, whichever you have handy.  

4. Mix ANOTHER 1/3 c water and 1 tsp. Borax and repeat steps 1 - 3. Continue until the glue mixture is gone.

  • You can squeeze it, roll it, cut it with scissors, drop it down a central Alberta oil well, or use it to lubricate your vintage-if-waterlogged WWII era aircraft

  • Be sure to seal the containment field, or plastic bag, tightly when you are putting your oilien away or it will slither away, cover your floor, and attempt to take over the world.

    Simple Yet Effective Oilien

    This little guy is less complicated to prepare,
    but will still gross you out as it slithers between your fingers
    and tries to take over your mind!
    The perfect party favour for Marita or Krycek, or,
    come to think of it, That Fowley Woman.

    1 cup cornstarch
    a small amount of water
    miniscule amounts of black paste food colouring 
    Add water VERY slowly to cornstarch, stirring constantly to
     thoroughly combine.  
    The mixture should be thick and difficult to stir. 
    But don't be deceived!  
    Pick it up and watch as it oozes!
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