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Phillip 1 year ago
Colas have long been known as good rust removers. Of course you have to wash all the sugar off afterward.
       
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Complete 1 year ago
Phillip,

Yeah, but not in seconds. The Cola has nothing to do with this rust removal. Its only the scrubbing. Could have used water.
       
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Bige 1 year ago
Colas have phosphoric acid in them which is what makes them a good cleaning agent and is also what rots your teeth.
       
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Hiel 1 year ago
Phillip, and you're still stuck with the pitting, which promptly becomes the focal point for the next round of rust stains.
       
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Corinne 1 year ago
#8 Sneaky little bugger.
       
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Clementine 1 year ago
#36
I want to be this rat heart
       
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Important 1 year ago
Clementine, pretty smile
       
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Labour 1 year ago
Clementine,

You could build a nest in that nasty, nappy hair of hers...
       
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Ken 1 year ago
Clementine, I took it to be a ferret pup - long, slinky body and short furry tail.
       
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Tiffany 1 year ago
Clementine,

I would say it's a weasel, not a rat.
       
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Delphia 1 year ago
Tiffany, yes...or a stoat. Looks like a baby one.
       
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Isabella 1 year ago
#9 and this is why I hate soccer

#18 hahahahahahaha
       
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Mort 1 year ago
Isabella,
Wtf is "soccer"?
       
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Police 1 year ago
Mort,

Soccer is that ridiculously stupid game you like to watch. Football is a real sport that you need a helmet and shoulder pads to play.
       
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Mort 1 year ago
Quote: Police
Football

Oh, you mean "handegg".
       
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Condition 1 year ago
JC-LOL
       
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Eph 1 year ago
Police,

I like none of those sports but dude, this "real sport" thing is such a bullsh#t. Let everyone enjoy the sport he likes and don't try to cover your insecurities by picking an extra "manly" sport dash
       
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Pinckney 1 year ago
Police,

a rugby player would use other words "...the [email protected]#sy sport that you need a helmet and shoulder pads to play...."
       
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Jos 1 year ago
Mort,

In England, there were two different sports, both called football. To distinguish “rugby football” from “soccer football”, they called the players who played the sports either ruggers or soccers. That’s where the word soccer comes from.

Many people think it’s an American invention, and that the USA is the only country that calls it soccer.
       
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Delight 1 year ago
Quote: Jos
"handegg".

Nice to know, thank you to share!
       
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Sebby 1 year ago
Jos,
I believe it comes from "association" football = "Socca." That's what I'm led to believe. BTW If you're into American Football do check out rugby league - you might like it. Again, if you like baseball - check out cricket. I believe all those sports started in the UK - and yes not everybody understands the rules and laws either!
       
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Sebby 1 year ago
Agh...before anyone complains - I mean rugby league or rugby union. I'm from a union county so I think league is more like Am football - no offence meant :).
       
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Hitty 1 year ago
#27 Nice to see that Natas Kaupas' fire hydrant spinning from the 1987 Santa Cruz film 'Streets on Fire' is holding strong after all these years
       
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Hitty 1 year ago
Hitty,
I mean #21
       
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Vernisee 1 year ago
#30. Mmmm. Motorboat.
       
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Zada 1 year ago
Vernisee,
gonna need a step stool though
       
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Offer 1 year ago
#28 Yummy! man_in_l
       
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Trained 1 year ago
#15 electronic garbage, nonsense in 99% of case...

#24 JC-LOL JC-LOL JC-LOL

#32 no way!
       
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