I can't get the internet to work, so you all will just have to imagine the wonders of magnetite for now. It's pretty easy to do.
In the meanwhile, let's talk about small trees in asian restaurants. I went to this asian food place and in the lobby they had a very small tree. Much smaller than you would expect a tree to be. Anyway, the tree was covered in very small oranges. So small that you could mistake them for gumballs, or perhaps one of those bloated ants in Africa that store nectar for the lean times in their bellies and throw it up to hungry workers. It looked just like an African bloated ant. Anyway, one fell off the little tree as I walked past and the lady told me to take it. I didn't want it. But she seemed really excited about it, as if the tree had chosen me. Honestly the thing looked like it wasn't getting enough water and was dropping micro-oranges all over the place, but I took the micro-orange anyway and now it's on my desk and it's moldy. Also, apparently it's called a cumquat.