vinegar's magic

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Nov 10th, '05, 14:10

vinegar's magic

by stranger » Nov 10th, '05, 14:10

read this about vingar's magic http://vinegar-magic.blogspot.com/

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Nov 10th, '05, 14:29
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by chris » Nov 10th, '05, 14:29

That site transcends useful and lands right in the middle of just plain weird.

Stranger is living up to his name.

Chris
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Nov 10th, '05, 15:12
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by Mike B » Nov 10th, '05, 15:12

One of my favorites:

A reader adds: When you use vinegar in your water to wash windows, dry with newspapers. Your windows will sparkle!


It's the ! that really sells that sentence.

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Nov 10th, '05, 18:03
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by chris » Nov 10th, '05, 18:03

read this about vingar's magic


By the way, I was going to leave this one to Spellingcrazy Bevel, but i'll let Stranger know: you'd think if you were that passionate about the stuff you'd at least spell it right.

Chris
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ps... my fav?

My daughter had toe nail fungus, causing the nail to grow up instead of out, like it should. I started putting a few drops of white vinegar several times a day. To my
amazement, her nail is almost normal again! Try this one, for those who
have the above problem, it really works!


That kid's gonna grow up "almost normal," only requiring two or three sessions of therapy a week.
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Nov 10th, '05, 18:35
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by Mike B » Nov 10th, '05, 18:35

Yeah. When I made my post above, I hadn't read very far -- so my favorite was pretty mundane. Then, Klemptor found the one about chunky urine and I found the one about "flesh food" and this site is the most awesomest thing on the internets.

For serious.

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Nov 10th, '05, 19:02
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by klemptor » Nov 10th, '05, 19:02

I believe it was gunky. But potato potato.

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Nov 11th, '05, 09:46
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by chris » Nov 11th, '05, 09:46

You guys are the best.

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by Tadiera » Nov 11th, '05, 11:31

I must commend K and Mike for making it through the entire page. I think I got about halfway before the stale bread soaked in vinegar, taped to corns got to me again.

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by PeteVu » Nov 11th, '05, 23:33

interesting fact: vinegar is super diluted acetic acid. pure, or glacial, acetic acid will promptly destroy most of the things you've listed. The liquid state easily vaporizes at near standard temperature and pressure forming a lachrymator, or "tear gas."

how delightfully magical.

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