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post #311 of 419 Old 09-14-2010, 11:40 AM
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Reiner, I think most 13yos are past the paste eating stage. Corino can probably confirm or deny this for us.
Oh that is good to know. I was not a past eater myself so I do not know the age that one starts and stops. I do remember using glue to make glue cycles. Now that was fun. See how long you can get them.

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Im weird, their father is weird...it would be insane to think that they wouldn't be weird.
Poor kids never had a chance.....
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How about the fun of those funky shaped battery powered electric tooth brushes? Does that help them be more inclined to brush?

There is something to be said about battery powered items, ya know.
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I agree Dislike MINT also. Try finding tooth past that is not MINT.
here ya go -

Crest Pro-Health Toothpaste - Clean Cinnamon
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post #315 of 419 Old 09-14-2010, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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I personally find "Competive" horse training offensive and counter productive to the skill of training.
To turn training into a "Sport" that is cheered for is against everything I know.
To add time to it and have a finish line so to speak is just absurd.

Mr.Nobody,

You seem to be seeking validation.

I might suggest they the greatest validation comes from a nice ride on a warm afternoon and no crowd in sight.
Please go back and read the bashing about what my credentials are, that's when I finally said lets see REAL TIME
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reiner- What is a glue cycle? Im intrigued!

SR- No kidding. My kids are total goofs. Not only do they have the genetics to be A-rated weirdos...they have the environment factor too. As we speak my darling daughter has 4 chicken nuggets shoved in her face. Just for fun.
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Oh that is good to know. I was not a past eater myself so I do not know the age that one starts and stops. I do remember using glue to make glue cycles. Now that was fun. See how long you can get them.
I made all kinds of fun things with glue. So fun wasn't it. Pour a blob on your desk top and shape it some with your finger and let it dry until it is clear but not crunch yet, peal it off.


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Yes, that is what I have at work. Good stuff.

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reiner- What is a glue cycle? Im intrigued!
Maybe Reiner did something different than I did. But you let the glue drizzle out of the bottle and dry a little and keep drizzling and see how long of a drizzle you can get.


Silly, Corino, Chicken nuggets are supposed to be played with.

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post #318 of 419 Old 09-14-2010, 11:43 AM
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Ooo tasty.

Maybe they only make mint so you're not tempted to eat and swallow it...which would definitely be a hazard of cinnamon flavored toothpaste.

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Must have been missed!
The minute I got back to the Thread "Raod to the Horse"

And want to show what I can do with another forum member?

You might have missed this post!
I will show my abilities, that will be my credentials. "Road To The Horse" Just you and I! This was to NRHAREINER
Corinowalk and Alwaysbehind would you like to join, just us 4, winner takes all! Maybe Speedracer wants to join also

What I do find interesting it got really quiet here!
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How about the fun of those funky shaped battery powered electric tooth brushes? Does that help them be more inclined to brush?

There is something to be said about battery powered items, ya know.

Ahhh with my son, we had to throw his Dora the Explorer turbo brush away because he was brushing TOO much. Poor kid was probably wearing the enamel off his teeth! I brush their teeth pretty good at night...they have to brush after meals...
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