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Mercedes 2 month s ago
#9 O really. Go ahead and eat the whole thing then. Worked well with you idiots eating Tide pods didn't it.
       
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Hassie 2 month s ago
Mercedes, How it works is it absorbs moisture and dries out your throat making it very difficult if not impossible to swallow.
       
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Franklin 2 month s ago
#14 I once played a softball game on a team with Bruce McCandless as part of a publicity event. He was very chill and modest about his whole space walk thing. He was happy to talk about it, but also happy to discuss anything else without himself being the center of attention. He was down to earth (Ha!) and couldn't have been nicer, more friendly or approachable.
       
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Parthenia 2 month s ago
#7 If James Bond were real, he wouldn't want to work for the PC losers at British Intelligence.
       
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Estelle 2 month s ago
#23 Nonsense: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Netherlands are kingdoms not related to Elizabeth.
Maybe true of the kingdoms formerly in Commonwealth.
       
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Hodge 1 month ago
Quote: Estelle
17 monarchies in the world ruled by a Queen
17 monarchies in the world ruled by a Queen..! Not Kingdoms..!
       
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Dea 2 month s ago
#13 those voices are called thoughts
       
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Bedelia 2 month s ago
Estelle,

all of those countries have Queen Consorts, only Elizabeth II and Margarethe of Denmark are Queens on their own right.
       
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