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[*] Post 511861 posted on 7-3-2018 at 21:43 Reply With Quote
Enjoying your turpentine, duck feathers and fish antifreeze?



just watch out for the rat hairs
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[*] Post 511878 posted on 9-3-2018 at 15:28 Reply With Quote


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This “antifreeze glycoprotein” has been extracted, copied and added to low-fat frozen desserts like ice-cream and frozen yoghurt.


Ice cream is not low-fat!:o

And bad spelling, as well! [yoghurt]

I would like to buy the cheaper mint made from turpentine. Real mint, for use to repel rodents, is somewhat expensive!
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[*] Post 511879 posted on 9-3-2018 at 17:36 Reply With Quote


For the curdled-milk-based, custardlike food with a tart flavor, yoghurt is the preferred spelling in the main varieties of English from outside North America. Yogurt is preferred in American and Canadian English. They are variant spellings of the same word, and neither has any meanings all its own. A third spelling, yoghourt, ...
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