Test Chamber 17:
The Vital Apparatus Vent will deliver a Weighted Companion Cube in three, two, one.
This Weighted Companion Cube will accompany you through the test chamber. Please take care of it.
The symptoms most commonly produced by Enrichment Center testing are superstition, perceiving inanimate objects as alive and hallucinations.
The Enrichment Center Reminds you that the Weighted Companion Cube will never threaten to stab you and, in fact, cannot speak.
The Enrichment Center reminds you that the Weighted Companion Cube cannot speak.
In the event that the Weighted Companion Cube does speak, the Enrichment Center urges you to disregard its advice.
You did it! The Weighted Companion Cube certainly brought you good luck.
However, it cannot accompany you for the rest of the test and, unfortunately, must be euthanized.
Please escort your Companion Cube to the Aperture Science Emergency Intelligence Incinerator.
Rest assured that an independent panel of ethicists has absolved the Enrichment Center, Aperture Science employees and all test subjects of any moral responsibility for the Companion Cube euthanizing process.
While it has been a faithful companion, your Companion Cube cannot accompany you through the rest of the test. If it could talk—and the Enrichment Center takes this opportunity to remind you that it cannot—it would tell you to go on without it because it would rather die in a fire than become a burden to you.
Testing cannot continue until your Companion Cube has been incinerated.
Although the euthanizing process is remarkably painful, eight out of ten Aperture Science engineers believe that the Companion Cube is most likely incapable of feeling much pain.
The Companion Cube cannot continue through the testing. State and local statutory regulations prohibit it from simply remaining here, alone and companionless. You must euthanize it.
Destroy your Companion Cube or the testing cannot continue.
You euthanized your faithful Companion Cube more quickly than any test subject on record. Congratulations.