I’ve seen a lot of these sorts of mnemonics by now, but this one really got to me. The mnemonic is:
“Wolverine’s heart enclosure is failing – hurry, we need to fix it! He’s been stabbed and his adamantium heart enclosure is falling apart. We need to repair it with more adamantium. Hurry! There isn’t much time.”
Now correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t this the definition of far-fetched and redundant? Wouldn’t it be more intuitive to use something more along the lines of: “The wolverine got out of its’ enclosure and your heart is pounding - you have to HURRY”?