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Discussion in 'Offtopic Discussions' started by Bosbeetle, Aug 27, 2010.

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  1. Cerbera

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    Those are KILLER Tomatoes!

    Inspired by this film:


    Specifically that's Sunni Gummi. The guy on the red box is Lucky, the mascot of Lucky Charms:


    A spin-off show called "The Flintstone Kids":
     
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    @Cerbera It's just, that I don't expect very much actual honey coming from those bear bottles.

    You read kinky stuff, and a bit surreal. How can she, at the same time, press her breasts against him. Anatomically impossible, I say.
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    @FaeMinx Thanks. Your very knowledgable.
    I'm not sure, if that Lucky Charms guy sounds Irish or Scottish.
     
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    That reads like something written by a neural network.
     
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    It's actually written by several neural networks.
     
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    Only on certain subjects... Generally regarding stuff most people aren't interested in, or see no value in... such as it is.
     
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    I'd have said, that's text recognition, which got "arms" wrong. ?
     
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    Ssssssssh, I don't want the authorities to find out. ;)
     
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    No our Honey is in normal 500 grams Jars,
    Only Nestle whit it’s industrial modification Honey can sell Honey in this Push Bottles..
    As long it’s not a Honey which is pretty fluid, like Robinie, after some time, your honey is too hard to can take from this Push Bottle..
     
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    If you're a real Honey... You get hard.

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    My problem is, some ditnt know the right therms for some things,
    Out of the Hive, Honey is pretty fluid, so you can pretty easy open the wax, and put the frames in a machine that’s spins round and because physics, the honey will get separate from the frame..

    Some sorts are long fluid, Robinie per exemple , but if you have flower Honey, it want last long fluid,
    (Blüte“ or Summer Honey )
    So if you fill this in such a Squeeze Bottle, good luck to get it to your breadth if it’s a week or so Old:
    You can put the Bottle in Warm Water to make the Honey fluid again, but usually you use normal jars ..
     
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    You know, I always have to turn the plug over a few times before it goes in right. Even if two _should_ be the logical maximum number of turns for successful insertion.
     
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    Thank you. That's a trip through the memory lane... Did you know the French version of Jayce & the wheeled warriors is much longer?
     
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