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post #111 of 1616 Old 06-30-2010, 03:25 PM
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Beetles. I never ate a Beatle. They were already adults when I was a kid. I did like their music, though.
Darn, spell check failed me on that one, hu?

Eating a Beatle would have to go into the adult section of the forum.


<dreamy look> Fruity smelling markers!

And you are so right, smrobs, they do not smell as good as they used to.
They must have changed them. Yeah, that is it. They must have changed them. It can not be my crappy kid brain remembered them smelling much better than they do.

What about scratch and sniff stickers. Way freaking cool things.


Eating a big moth sounds like it would be chalky. Yuck.
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I loved those "Mr. Yuck" stickers too. They didn't deter me from trying to drink Draino...just kidding...my brother drank Draino
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My youngest brother drank furniture polish once. Stupid kid.

I guess because it kinda smelled like lemons he thought it was lemonade.
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How do you drink furniture polish? It is in a spray can.


Speaking of spray cans (off topic of our off topic conversation). I saw the coolest thing at Walmart the other day. Cool in a 'nifty idea but who the heck is going to pay that for that' way.

They now sell pancake batter all made in a spray can, like a cheez whiz or whip cream can.

Who thinks of these things? Is that hard to add liquid and stir?


Sorry for the tangent. Back to paste and markers and bug eating.
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post #115 of 1616 Old 06-30-2010, 03:33 PM
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I still stand in the cleaning aisle at the grocery store and smell all the scratch and sniff stickers on the febreeze and glade cans, lol.

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Wonder if those pancakes have that aerosol (sp?) can taste...like spray butter?
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post #117 of 1616 Old 06-30-2010, 03:35 PM
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I still stand in the cleaning aisle at the grocery store and smell all the scratch and sniff stickers on the febreeze and glade cans, lol.

I do too!! They smell so good :]

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Silly Always, you're thinking about today's furniture polish!

When my brothers and I were young'uns, furniture polish came in bottles and you either poured the polish on a piece of furniture, or a rag/cloth.
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Yuck, I don't even like normal pancakes. Can't imagine that being in a spray can does anything for their taste.
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You are not that much more prehistoric than I am. We had spray cans when I was a kid. I remember them. I got in trouble more than once for using up the whole can because it was fun to spray it on the coffee table and play in the waxy stuff.
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