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  • 73 37
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 4:11am

    shocking.. tide to go works on everything.. im thoroughly disappointed but thanks for the heads up hah

  • 74 41
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 5:39am

    I love this websit hahHaha

  • 69 43
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 5, 09 at 12:09am

    i would probably do the same lol them things are handy as fuck

  • 63 33
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 11:45pm

    great night for the dude, bad night for the chick

  • 61 35
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 8:21pm

    12:24... soap is a base... just so you know

  • 62 39
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 1, 09 at 11:09pm

    it says on the packaging that its not meant for use on "protein-based human stains, such as blood" ...and cum. reading is fundamental.

  • 63 44
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 10:36pm

    I've tried vinegar before and just plain warm water with soap...neither of which have worked... I'm in the same boat with you.

  • 63 46
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 7, 09 at 11:16am

    OMG I love this site I just hope noone post the texts we got from the other couple discussing the same thing!!!

  • 58 36
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 2:01pm

    GAWD I LOVE THIS SITE!

  • 58 36
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 1, 09 at 9:05pm

    Use a condom or swallow...problem solved.

  • 63 47
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 8:37pm

    they sell car carpet cleaners at o'rileys/autozone with a little scrub brush on the end-works everytime :)

  • 59 41
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 4:24pm

    fort worth and arlington, stay classy

  • 56 38
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 12:31am

    im surprised that the tide to go didnt work me and my ex have used it several times and it worked well

  • 58 43
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 8:29am

    12:24-vinegar is an acid you fucking retard

  • 57 43
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 3, 09 at 12:29am

    11:45 who says it's the girls car?

  • 57 44
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 12:24am

    your problem is that they are both acids. You must use a base such as vinegar or any alkaline earth metal will do.

  • 53 39
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 2, 09 at 9:08am

    worked for me before.... blood too

  • 41 34
    Submitted by spiletta42 on Jun 26, 11 at 5:44pm

    Baby wipes work wonders on removing a wide variety of organic matter from cloth surfaces. They're also safe for leather, and with appropriate caution, things like book covers.

  • 47 46
    Submitted by jerm69anl on Oct 28, 10 at 8:06pm

    yea ive tried. doesnt work

  • 46 53
    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 18, 09 at 10:32am

    Seltzer water. Work wonders.