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Old 05-29-08, 01:16 PM   #1
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Breadboxes are awesome :)

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Mountain Dew - Voltage : I am drinking it right now, but not ringing it.


The other flavors can go straight into the breadbox. It's not your 'usual' breadbox, as many things could fit in there.... hehe.

It's actually a very interesting taste. I am enjoying a refreshing BTTL right now. It is like drinking a blue sno-cone! That is amazing.

CNCL BRDBX for this one.

Tried it, or the sister flavors? [Or are they BRTHR flavors?]

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Old 05-29-08, 01:23 PM   #2
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<Tude whips out the handy dandy emergency negativity buster - snaps the lid off and lights up a wand of sage/cedar and waves it around frantically!>

Dios Mio!!!! - some sort of demon has possessed F4!!!!
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Breadboxes are a great way to categorize the sizes of things.
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Old 05-29-08, 01:33 PM   #4
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How many bread boxes in a butt load?
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Breadboxes are a great way to categorize the sizes of things.
Have you tried a different route? Oldman and Cane street is... well its a very dangerous place for a bike. Maybe you need some lessons in safety. Obviously you have no concern for children.
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