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    Good stuff

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    I think I may give it a go especially as some of the below also seem interesting.


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    I'm presuming you want the mug to drink the meths from, and need the toilet roll holder as a chin rest when praying to the porcelain god after over imbibing on the meths.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetmike View Post
    I'm presuming you want the mug to drink the meths from, and need the toilet roll holder as a chin rest when praying to the porcelain god after over imbibing on the meths.
    Of course! what else?............
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    What next? Coco Cola as a toilet cleaner? Actually it works very well...............

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    Personal experience again teddy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JHC View Post
    Personal experience again teddy?
    Br. Colin, Be nice towards teddles!

    Now, the good stuff - Recently we had a guest from Yakutsk and she presented us with Becherovka - We were skeptical until we tasted - And then, WOW! Can't get enough of it.............
    *If a man wants God to hear his prayer quickly, then before he prays for anything else, even his own soul, when he stands and stretches out his hands towards God, he must pray with all his heart for his enemies. Through this action God will hear everything that he asks* -Abba Zeno-

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    If kids saw what Coco Cola does it might put them off. It is a very effective toilet cleaner and will even remove the limescale. Also try soaking a dirty coin in it overnight. It will be sparling clean in the morning. Hate to think what it does to ones insides.

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    There is a strong movement over here to add Fluoride to all water supplies in an effort to stop the rot in children's teeth, have they not heard of tooth paste? anyway one sheila suggested adding it to all soft drinks brilliant eh
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    Better than adding it to the water. that smacks of Big Brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddy View Post
    Better than adding it to the water. that smacks of Big Brother.

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    Yeh I was warned of this years ago and have used a good water filter for years (our water supply had added Fluoride) my teeth have not even the slightest sign of rot they are just as good as they were 20 years ago when I had new ones
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    The water in this area has fluoride naturally, the way lower levels of tooth decay are evident. I've only been to a dentist 3 times, one of those when I had chipped a tooth slipping on an icy patch, another when I broke a tooth on something hard. I've never had a filling. I've noticed in recent years how frequently people need fillings renewed, suggests to me that a lot of dentists do substandard work so they can charge for doing the same job many times; much like surgeons that do things like "partial hysterectomies" then 2 or 3 years later have to remove the rest, and charge the same both times as they would if taking it all in one operation (doesn't usually happen in NHS hospitals)

    I'd be a lot more worried about the other things that get added to water; when you live near the mouth of a river how many bodies has water been through before it gets to your tap?

    As for buying bottled water a lot of that is a con, much of it comes out of an ordinary pipe and gets treated (maybe just filtered or very mildly flavoured, not water direct from a spring. A few years back one of the big name soft drinks companies started selling bottled water - it came from a pipe on the normal domestic supply in a part of London, one of the workers blew the whistle.
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    I always drink tap water apart from when I am abroad. Sometimes local water can upset the stomach, not so much from germs but from the ph value. When in France I always make sure that there is a very high percentage of grape juice in the water to kill any germs.

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    very high percentage of grape juice in the water to kill any germs.
    One assumes the grape juice will be well and truly fermented
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    But only in the interest of health you understand

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