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Old 02-15-2005, 06:40 PM   #11
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of course i do that!! and its only to make the other people to not want them...too.
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daaaaamn ... i just think of the bacteria that is being left to grow inside the box not to mention on the chocolates. *shudders*
As the left over salival enzymes continue to slowly digest the edges of the chocolates....
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I wish more candy boxes came with maps as to what kind is where. Half of that kind of stuff I dont like the middle so I like to know what im biting into.
Specially the orange and pink fillings, there are just those kinds of fillings days.

I do it to keep chocolate eating predators (( Brother.. Mother.. ect. )) from devouring my precious treasures..
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Just a quick little fact that I saw the other day on the news, some anti-bacterial lotions are VERY flamable. The news guy squirted some on the table the size of a quarter and put a match next to it and it turned into a flaming blob. Be cautious.

Has anyone else noticed that chocolate manufacturer's don't EVER make a box of chocolates that someone will actually eat every piece in it? I know that when I get a box I'll maybe eat 4 or 5 different kinds and throw the rest away.
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Just a quick little fact that I saw the other day on the news, some anti-bacterial lotions are VERY flamable. The news guy squirted some on the table the size of a quarter and put a match next to it and it turned into a flaming blob. Be cautious.
8O *runs to find the soap and some matches*
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i usually keep a tooth pick or swiss army blade handy... poke a hole in the bottom, pull some stuff out... if i like what I see, I eat it. if not, i put it back. No one ever looks at the bottoms of the chocolates....
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It's chocolate! Sure some are better than others, but they're all still primarily chocolate, how could you go wrong LOL... Biting them in half would work- I'd stay away from them ewww....
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Just a quick little fact that I saw the other day on the news, some anti-bacterial lotions are VERY flamable. The news guy squirted some on the table the size of a quarter and put a match next to it and it turned into a flaming blob. Be cautious.
Just the gels...they are isopropanol based.....you can draw flaming pictures with them....um, not that I would know personally.
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can germs poop? would you like some chocolate with your poo?
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EEEEEWWWW, thats awfull but didnt think of it untill you said something
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