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    In light of the other threads I pose a serious question, in the future where there's the prospect that fossil fuel derived oil sources may dry up and food shortages mean that producing oil crops is not sensible should we turn to the plentiful natural lubricant that is found in all humans?

    I mean if it's good enough for sex, the surely it's good enough for a bike chain?

    It could be marketed as a natural, biodegradable, green lubricant.

    So we got any investors? I'll offer you a 40% stake in the company Huma-lube for £200,000. Was going to be called Natra lube but the name is already taken, damn them and their organic penetrating oil
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    :rofl: I'm loving these threads!
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    WTF are you talking about.
    #I'm out.
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    I think for all the time and costs, it would be difficult to make a decent profit and won't really take off
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    (Original post by Chrrye)
    WTF are you talking about.
    #I'm out.
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=980723

    and this

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=980745
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    (Original post by fire2burn)
    In light of the other threads I pose a serious question, in the future where there's the prospect that fossil fuel derived oil sources may dry up and food shortages mean that producing oil crops is not sensible should we turn to the plentiful natural lubricant that is found in all humans?

    I mean if it's good enough for sex, the surely it's good enough for a bike chain?

    It could be marketed as a natural, biodegradable, green lubricant.

    So we got any investors? I'll offer you a 40% stake in the company for £200,000.
    I think whoevers is green needs to go see the doc. Otherwise I'm in. I think the production side of things might be fun.
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    (Original post by tropical-twist3)
    I think for all the time and costs, it would be difficult to make a decent profit and won't really take off
    They rubbished bio-gas generation a few years back now there's several plants in the UK, I see that maybe the public isn't ready for this exciting business venture.
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    I think thats possibly one of the most disgusting things Ive ever heard! Ew.
    Well done
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    IMAO this is hilarious...I think it should to be honest...
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    How do you bottle it? :lolwut:
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    (Original post by Bassmonkey)
    How do you bottle it? :lolwut:
    That's the fun part literally, our team of well paid staff get to watch porn, have sex, etc. Whilst the others clad in white coats and gloves use a little suction device like dentists have to collect the lubricating fluid. From here it is filtered, quality checked by our team of indoor helter skelter enthusiasts to ensure optimal lubrication, bottled in a variety of containers, and then sent to super market shelves all over the UK. We're thinking of producing a pressurised version in a metal can like WD-40 for those hard to reach places.
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    People would try to use it as an alternative to Ky jelly and then catch infections.
 
 
 

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