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any uses for this stuff besides practical jokes or revenge

maybe it would work to make women seam to have fuller lips or something lol
 
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WOMEN!  How's about you try it on your own lips first Charles, and be sure and post some before and after pics 
 
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lol i don't need full lips
 
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  Here's your link to useful PI info http://www.wildmanstevebrill.com/Plants.Folder/Poison%20Ivy.html

Enjoy ♥
 
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Think of the damage said full lipped woman could do to you.

But really, work hard at avoiding it. There is no law of nature that every cloud has a silver lining, some clouds are just clouds.
 
                    
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I was told while on a tour of an animal park near Seattle that if you apply the slime from a native slug to poison ivy or nettles that it quells the sting.

Anyone know if this is true?
 
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