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    I EAT ICE TOO!

    Except flavoured and on a stick...
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    I eat snow off hedges. Only hedges though, not grass or anything, because there could be pee in it.
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    umm my dentist says it ruins the protective layer surrounding your teeth .... I still love it though
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    (Original post by October Project)
    I eat snow off hedges. Only hedges though, not grass or anything, because there could be pee in it.
    i pee in hedges





    jk
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    (Original post by sqa7)
    i pee in hedges
    You really shouldn't. Your penis could get caught in it. It could get really damaged, and you'd have to get it removed. Then what would you do!?
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    (Original post by October Project)
    You really shouldn't. Your penis could get caught in it. It could get really damaged, and you'd have to get it removed. Then what would you do!?
    brown snow??

    ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
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    (Original post by HearTheThunder)
    brown snow??

    ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
    O_O I can honestly say that thought never crossed my mind.

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    Try freezing orange juice into cubes. It's great.
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    (Original post by foxo)
    Try freezing orange juice into cubes. It's great.

    Yeah, but tatse like **** when all the flavour is gone and is plain ol' ice
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    (Original post by KOH)
    Yeah, but tatse like **** when all the flavour is gone and is plain ol' ice
    plain 'ol ice doesn't taste that bad!!!
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    Ice is really good for your teeth... my dentist commented on the excellent condition of my back teeth and he attributed to my chomping of ice.
 
 
 
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