Why did I post this
@socks water grows an exoskeleton on a long enough timescale.
It's called heavy water and the exoskeleton is an extra neutron in the hydrogen atoms.
@zatnosk It doesn't get less "exo" than the nucleus though
@socks it's exo-proton? :P
@zatnosk My mind just went "exoskeletron" and I don't know what to do with that so I'll just leave it there
@socks exoskele-tron is when you get sucked into a computer but your skeleton stays on the outside of the computer
@socks fluidic crabs
Emil Socks' personal instance!