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    Why is mine so bad????????
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    not another thread about this..solution- wash more thoroughly, more often :-)
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    This won't be a helpful reply, but my dad's friend has a horse called Meg and he calls her Smeggy. I don't think he realises how weird it is.

    Maybe you don't wash thoroughly enough.
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    not helpful, but i worked in the lab with a bug called Mycobacterium smegmatis last year - guess where is was first identified?? Its a close relative to Mycobacterium tuberculosis . . . euch
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    Come on now darling, its getting way past your bedtime. Don't forget to brush your teeth. And apparently, wash your willy.

    you're trolling right?
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    Brillo pads work wonders.
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    how do you currently wash? I didn't start until, this year? I didn't quite understand everything about it, and my dad and sex ed classes weren't much help.

    If it hurts at first, that's normal.

    If it's hard to get off, use your fingers not just water.

    infact, question from me, should shampoo be used to help wash it away?
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    (Original post by thatkidd)
    Brillo pads work wonders.
    Okay, I'm a girl and that made me wince.
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    (Original post by thatkidd)
    Brillo pads work wonders.
    Especially when coated with barbed wire.
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    (Original post by there's too much love)
    infact, question from me, should shampoo be used to help wash it away?
    God no, think how much shampoo hurts in your eyes... now imagine it up your urethra.
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    http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1349/...49cadef571.jpg
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    (Original post by Punk Phloyd)
    God no, think how much shampoo hurts in your eyes... now imagine it up your urethra.
    that's what I thought, but someone at school said they did, knowing I was ignorant. I decided, with them generally lying, to not try it myself.
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    (Original post by Punk Phloyd)
    Especially when coated with barbed wire.
    And maybe a little bit of curry powder for good measure.
    Thanks to the mystery repper!
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    Oh my, this is so mysterious! It's like Murder She Wrote. Thanks :p:
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    shameI can't do it a second time

    who was the first?
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    (Original post by Punk Phloyd)
    Especially when coated with barbed wire.
    Dude.
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    (Original post by Punk Phloyd)
    God no, think how much shampoo hurts in your eyes... now imagine it up your urethra.
    I clean my **** with sanex.
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    I think just normal warm water should be enough, or salted water.
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    (Original post by tropical-twist3)
    I think just normal warm water should be enough, or salted water.
    salted...
    erm...
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    (Original post by there's too much love)
    salted...
    erm...
    yeah you use salt water for anti-bacterial/septic properties I'm pretty sure. That's why you bathe wounds in salt water to clean them.
 
 
 
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