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13 Apr 2018, 02:46

Well, I was just thinking how many cheap refills of turkey hill slushie can I get until my cup disintegrates. I rinse the cup out with water before I bring it in every time. The water I rinse with is about 124 degrees F. I typically handle the cup gently but sometimes as I leave my house I throw it down the hill so I don't have to carry it down as I walk to Gustav's car.
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13 Apr 2018, 02:48

Current state of the union:
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13 Apr 2018, 04:01

im guessing 4-22
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13 Apr 2018, 04:32

Ur drinking the plastic lining as it dissolves into ur drink, be it at a slower rate than say, a Starbucks cup.
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13 Apr 2018, 11:46

Radix_Lecti wrote:Ur drinking the plastic lining as it dissolves into ur drink, be it at a slower rate than say, a Starbucks cup.

How long till I drink the entire cup.
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13 Apr 2018, 11:46

It actually foam cup
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13 Apr 2018, 11:47

Stop double posting.
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13 Apr 2018, 13:02

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13 Apr 2018, 14:03

slushies are bad for you
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13 Apr 2018, 14:07

turkey hill is lame. i get my slushes at sonic. pretty girls on skaterollers bring my slushes to me and then i pay them some tip
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13 Apr 2018, 14:10

kami_ryu wrote:Stop double posting.
It must feel awful going through the pain of clicking on the thread just to get rid of the attention-grabbing unread icon that forces you to see the name "evilcheadar" just to see it appear later again.
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13 Apr 2018, 14:13

This is the renaissance of off topic.
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13 Apr 2018, 16:25

kami_ryu wrote:Stop double posting.

Stay on topic
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13 Apr 2018, 18:32

Cup still holds up well. You can see some coke slushie residue on the bottom that I haven’t rinsed out yet. Will refill again asap.
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13 Apr 2018, 18:39

evilcheadar wrote:It actually foam cup


U forgot the existential verb in that sentence. :mad:

Foam is even worse, mate. The white stuff is made out of oil(polystyrene) and benzene, these cups cause:

fatigue,
reduced ability to concentrate,
increase in abnormal pulmonary function,
disrupted hormone function (including thyroid),
headache,
irritation of the eyes and nose
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13 Apr 2018, 18:42

Radix_Lecti wrote:
evilcheadar wrote:It actually foam cup


U forgot the existential verb in that sentence. :mad:

Foam is even worse, mate. The white stuff is made out of oil(polystyrene) and benzene, these cups cause:

fatigue,
reduced ability to concentrate,
increase in abnormal pulmonary function,
disrupted hormone function (including thyroid),
headache,
irritation of the eyes and nose

I'm not buying it. Where's the proof?
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13 Apr 2018, 18:43

Good, plz don't buy that stuff anymore.
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13 Apr 2018, 18:46

I think you misunderstood me. I don't buy that the foam is causing all of those symptoms. I've drunk from foam cups well over 25 times in my life and have not experienced those symptoms.
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13 Apr 2018, 18:48

evilcheadar wrote: I don't buy that the foam


I'm simply just reading this part and I agree completely. :P
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13 Apr 2018, 18:51

I'll have to look over the evidence, as I finish microwaving my cup noodles.
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13 Apr 2018, 18:58

symptom wise it's hard to pinpoint cause and effect. For instance kids complain about being tired, but feel fine once outside running track. Could be wifi, dank air or poor lighting inside causing that headache. U drinking something and not experiencing anything makes sense to me. Try to detox for a week by only drinking tapwater and eating organic veg+salmon or other white fish, no canned products though. Then after a week eat some meat and drink that stuff.
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13 Apr 2018, 19:01

Ramen... do u know how they cook it in Korea?
NEVER in that PS cup.
They boil it in a pot, rinse it twice, then add bottled water, leek and an egg and cook it a bit more, then serve it.
I was told specifically that you are not to drink the 'soup'.
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13 Apr 2018, 19:09

Radix_Lecti wrote:symptom wise it's hard to pinpoint cause and effect. For instance kids complain about being tired, but feel fine once outside running track. Could be wifi, dank air or poor lighting inside causing that headache. U drinking something and not experiencing anything makes sense to me. Try to detox for a week by only drinking tapwater and eating organic veg+salmon or other white fish, no canned products though. Then after a week eat some meat and drink that stuff.

You say detox by drinking only tapwater and eating organic food. What if those are what's toxic and I'm actually "toxing". My tap water could actually have a lot of lead in it and it could be healthier to drink sodas made with water held to a higher standard. I wouldn't make assumptions, especially about organic food being the obvious non-toxic alternative.
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13 Apr 2018, 19:20

If your water contains lead, plz move to The Hague. Dutch drinking water and our drinking water system are better than in the United States of America and Great Britain. T Moreover, chlorine is not added to our drinking water
Why do u have to drink leaded water?

USA 3rd world nation? I watched a doc long time ago about the conspiracy to make the US dumber. We were baked af and laughing about it. Now, many years later I'm not anymore ...
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13 Apr 2018, 19:25

Radix_Lecti wrote:If your water contains lead, plz move to The Hague. We use 10.000-year-old water sources for our tapwater.

Why do u have to drink leaded water?

USA 3rd world nation? I watched a doc long time ago about the conspiracy to make the US dumber. We were baked af and laughing about it. Now, many years later I'm not anymore ...

Just because the water source is 10,000 years old doesn't make it superior.
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