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  • 70 43
    Submitted by Y0URSELF on Jun 5, 12 at 3:14pm

    Why did you taste the fire extinguisher ?

  • 64 46
    Submitted by ahyeah on Jun 5, 12 at 1:56pm

    That would be the acid.

  • 57 44
    Submitted by daisydukeluke on Jun 8, 12 at 8:07pm

    *if\nSorry for disrespecting you with that typo. :-(

  • 58 51
    Submitted by nunubeest on Jun 5, 12 at 2:00pm

    that's the nitrogen used as the compression agent its in pretty much all civilian extinguishers in the US youd know if it was the carbon dioxide kind

  • 51 44
    Submitted by kevxster on Jun 5, 12 at 7:49pm

    It "blossomed from a high idea"

  • 56 55
    Submitted by wubbazugg on Jun 6, 12 at 1:31am

    Probably reminded you of a good old fashioned lemon cookie. You know, the dusty kind.

  • 50 44
    Submitted by cfreymarc on Jun 6, 12 at 8:54am

    You tasted enough to know a difference?

  • 55 55
    Submitted by birdy11904 on Jun 6, 12 at 12:53pm

    A better question may be: why did you lick the fire extinguisher?...

  • 45 39
    Submitted by daisydukeluke on Jun 8, 12 at 8:06pm

    <3 you, Nunu. Even of your explanation is made up, it SOUNDS real, so I believe it.

  • 47 49
    Submitted by morris310 on Jun 5, 12 at 7:21pm

    That's the power of Lysol.