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  1. ...into your pans and then use a toothpick or skewer to make your swirl effect.

    3 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 14/10/2013

  2. Lemme try... OW! Third degree burns! Ow! Now how am I going to explain this to the paramedics?

    22 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 30/06/2008

  3. I have no idea, but my nephew has it. It's oddly adorable.

    9 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 03/11/2013

  4. I prefer to watch Seinfeld

    4 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 03/05/2007

  5. That would work for a bit. However it might lead to Pica, the penchant for eating dirt and clay. And filling up on mud will eventually lead to anemia due to a lack of iron. I suggest instead that you heat the kettle and open a small vein and drain 3 or 4 teaspoons of blood...

    11 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 07/05/2007

  6. Having traveled to the Northern and Southern Hemispheres I can say that is does not. Contrary to the Coriolis effect, the water in a sink or bathtub is of such a low volume that the effect doesn't exist or is...

    6 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 18/11/2015

  7. Where you there or something. I did try once, just for fun, and it was funny. Like you said it ended up on my head and face. My son was just a lad and he laughed so hard I almost got mad, but it was to funny and...

    17 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 06/07/2007

  8. That be da dunk and spunk test darlin, yous can pick em up at da free clinic hear?

    11 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 31/12/2008

  9. Timely question, my mind has been swirling those very thoughts, as I’m midway through Jon Krakauer...

    7 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 02/02/2008

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