Fluoride, water and teeth

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Post » Fri Feb 11, 2011 7:49 am

No it was just a very sneaky helicopter.
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Post » Fri Feb 11, 2011 8:04 am

[quote="deadeye":bp6e9kcs]No it was just a very sneaky helicopter.[/quote:bp6e9kcs]
like a ninja helicopter?

(sorry for the offtopic. ill stop now ^^)
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Post » Fri Feb 11, 2011 10:39 am

lol Flouride, Red meat,Coffee,Milk.Everything's toxic these days.Now where did i put my lighter ah here it is,Oh and i hear that smoking causes cancer whoo hoo yeahh.But no one ever goes on about how really bad and toxic Alchohol is,No sir to much money to be made with that.Did you know that there's a highly toxic substance in the softdrink called coca cola.If they combine that substance with other seriously harmfull substances then it apparently becomes harmless and "safe".

I love these conspiracy theories they make me laugh.Except the smoking and alchohol ones , they are real.
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Post » Fri Feb 11, 2011 10:50 am

Well i never gave a flying F about all those stories until...! Well, ive gotten cancer :D
after looking into Death's eyes one might become quite paranoidal you know?
but then again, paranoia doesnt kill heh.
the problem is - as much as i can agree with fluride being harmfull, i dont have any alternative(except pure soap hah).
its either brushing my teeths with that or not brushing at all.
long life 21st century i suppose! :?
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Red meat[/quote:2m97d8xp]
lol Draven dont make me start with the red meat! :D after high school ive been dating a yoga-obssesed girl who claimed that you shouldnt eat "red meat" because it has animals hatered, suffering and pain within.

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ahh jesus, sorry. another offtopic comming from :(
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Post » Fri Feb 11, 2011 11:55 am

@ Irbis Lol yeah.Did you know that you can brush your teeth with ash?.And it does a better job than ordinary toothpaste.I should know because i live in Africa where in some parts toothpaste is a luxury.
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Post » Fri Feb 11, 2011 12:07 pm

[quote="DravenX":mqrd43bv]@ Irbis Lol yeah.Did you know that you can brush your teeth with ash?.And it does a better job than ordinary toothpaste.I should know because i live in Africa where in some parts toothpaste is a luxury.[/quote:mqrd43bv]
no way? but like an ash of wood? or coal?
then again - i have sooo many holes in my teeths lol. the ash would propably stuck in all of them.
life sometimes can be some damn complex =\
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Post » Fri Feb 11, 2011 12:28 pm

Burn't charcoal or wood is an excellent alternative to toothpaste.And the best part is that there's no fluoride in the ashes.
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Post » Fri Feb 11, 2011 12:30 pm

[quote="DravenX":2yfpgezy]Burn't charcoal or wood is an excellent alternative to toothpaste.And the best part is that there's no fluoride in the ashes.[/quote:2yfpgezy]
but... well. how it taste like? :P
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Post » Fri Feb 11, 2011 12:38 pm

Well it depends on what type of wood that was used. Almost like salt.Burn't charcoal tastes horrible though.Also be careful of the type of wood that was burn't , some woods can be poisonous,Well in africa anyway.
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Post » Fri Feb 11, 2011 12:42 pm

[quote="DravenX":14go0007]Well it depends on what type of wood that was used. Almost like salt.Burn't charcoal tastes horrible though.Also be careful of the type of wood that was burn't , some woods can be poisonous,Well in africa anyway.[/quote:14go0007]
what about pinewood? can i add something to he ash to make it umm "taste" better? (not like sugar lol - that would propable defeat the purpous of the whole brushing)
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