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(Christian Broadcasting Network)   At Thanksgiving, I noticed my young in-laws are all addicted to salt. What could my father-in-law put in their salt shakers that will look like salt but not slowly poison them?   (cbn.com) divider line 80
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2012-11-24 01:13:22 PM  
Potassium chloride
 
2012-11-24 01:17:18 PM  
Cocaine
 
2012-11-24 01:24:59 PM  
Coca...

dammit
 
2012-11-24 01:27:15 PM  
Sodium chloride is not a poison. Your father-in-law failed at parenting for not emphasizing the daily safe dosage to his children.

Salt should not be served at the dinner table in any case. If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.
 
2012-11-24 01:29:01 PM  
Make the youngins eat a big ball of salt. If they live then they'll have learned a valuable lesson to not eat big balls of salt, and indeed any amount of salt.
 
2012-11-24 01:31:44 PM  
Metamucil............turkey trots
 
2012-11-24 01:32:25 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Sodium chloride is not a poison. Your father-in-law failed at parenting for not emphasizing the daily safe dosage to his children.

Salt should not be served at the dinner table in any case. If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.


This. You would die if you didn't get enough salt, which hardly fits the definition of a poison. Some people experience high blood pressure if they consume too much salt, and this leads to cardiovascular disease. Many people, however, are unaffected by it. In short, if you have high blood pressure then cut back on the salt, otherwise don't worry about it.
 
2012-11-24 01:35:27 PM  
I'm pretty sure the little snowflakes get more salt in the Happy Meals you stuff down their necks than they would get at a normal dinner.
 
2012-11-24 01:36:35 PM  
The linked site is Pat Robinson's "700 Club". Some of the comments are comedy gold.
 
2012-11-24 01:39:59 PM  

Marcus Aurelius:

Salt should not be served at the dinner table in any case. If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.



Or just maybe there's more than one person at the same table, and they have different tastes.
 
2012-11-24 01:44:10 PM  
Are you looking for something quicker, or what?
 
2012-11-24 01:54:12 PM  
Arsenic.

What, you didn't say anything against quick poison.
 
2012-11-24 02:04:04 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Salt should not be served at the dinner table in any case. If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.


As a hostess, I would not want to interrupt my dinner party to go get the salt a guest has requested, since they like more salt on their potatoes than I do. As a matter of fact, different people perceive flavors differently - I'd go so far as to suggest that no two people receive precisely the same input from their taste buds, even if they shared the same dish. So I have salt and pepper on the table. And I'm not offended when a guest salts their food, nor do i feel as if I somehow failed.

Fark you. Tastes differ.
 
2012-11-24 02:04:58 PM  

kmmontandon: Marcus Aurelius:

Salt should not be served at the dinner table in any case. If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.


Or just maybe there's more than one person at the same table, and they have different tastes.


Tough shiat. Go eat somewhere else.
 
2012-11-24 02:10:24 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: kmmontandon: Marcus Aurelius:

Salt should not be served at the dinner table in any case. If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.


Or just maybe there's more than one person at the same table, and they have different tastes.

Tough shiat. Go eat somewhere else.


You sound like a lonely, bitter old man who burns every single thing he cooks.
 
2012-11-24 02:22:35 PM  

Marcus Aurelius:
Tough shiat. Go eat somewhere else.



I get the feeling you don't have to worry about the culinary tastes of others very often.
 
2012-11-24 03:34:34 PM  
Styrofoam.
 
2012-11-24 03:39:18 PM  

kmmontandon: Marcus Aurelius:
Tough shiat. Go eat somewhere else.


I get the feeling you don't have to worry about the culinary tastes of others very often.


"Enjoy an explosion of culinary delight, you farking cumrags!"
 
2012-11-24 03:42:42 PM  
Cottage cheese
 
2012-11-24 03:47:54 PM  
Mrs. Dash doesn't look like salt, but it's specifically meant to replace it.

If you need to fool them, since salt shaking is mainly just a habit anyway (no one is really going to notice it isn't real salt):

img42.imageshack.us

The texture is right and it doesn't have any sodium. As a bonus, it has a boatload of potassium, so one serving is more than what you get in a banana.
 
2012-11-24 03:48:53 PM  

Slaxl: Make the youngins eat a big ball of salt. If they live then they'll have learned a valuable lesson to not eat big balls of salt, and indeed any amount of salt.


Or, you could have low blood pressure like me and need extra salt.
 
2012-11-24 03:49:39 PM  

Marcus Aurelius:
If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.


How so? Tastes vary.
 
2012-11-24 04:02:07 PM  
Fun fact: Did you know that insensitivity to the taste of salt is an early indicator of lead poisoning?

Romans used to flavor their sweet wines with lead acetate (more commonly known as lead sugar) by keeping wine in lead urns. The result is that the Roman diet started consuming more and more salt as the population lost the ability to taste it.
 
2012-11-24 04:06:21 PM  

RexTalionis: Fun fact: Did you know that insensitivity to the taste of salt is an early indicator of lead poisoning?

Romans used to flavor their sweet wines with lead acetate (more commonly known as lead sugar) by keeping wine in lead urns. The result is that the Roman diet started consuming more and more salt as the population lost the ability to taste it.


Also the use of lead pipes to carry water. So, the very richest Romans and obviously the Emperors were consuming several times above the daily maximum safe amount of lead every single day. It's thought this is why so many late Roman leaders were so ineffectual or insane; they actually were mentally deficient by lead poisoning.
 
2012-11-24 04:09:32 PM  

GAT_00: RexTalionis: Fun fact: Did you know that insensitivity to the taste of salt is an early indicator of lead poisoning?

Romans used to flavor their sweet wines with lead acetate (more commonly known as lead sugar) by keeping wine in lead urns. The result is that the Roman diet started consuming more and more salt as the population lost the ability to taste it.

Also the use of lead pipes to carry water. So, the very richest Romans and obviously the Emperors were consuming several times above the daily maximum safe amount of lead every single day. It's thought this is why so many late Roman leaders were so ineffectual or insane; they actually were mentally deficient by lead poisoning.


On a positive note, diabetes was almost unheard of
 
2012-11-24 04:13:48 PM  
Iocaine powder

/inconceivable!
 
2012-11-24 04:14:06 PM  
Really small holes in the salt shaker?
I taste my food before adding anything.
Often, some will salt only out of habit.

/dnrtfa
 
2012-11-24 04:14:50 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Sodium chloride is not a poison.

Salt should not be served at the dinner table in any case. If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.


Winner, winner, low salt chicken dinner!
 
2012-11-24 04:15:13 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: kmmontandon: Marcus Aurelius:

Salt should not be served at the dinner table in any case. If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.


Or just maybe there's more than one person at the same table, and they have different tastes.

Tough shiat. Go eat somewhere else.


You must have been watching too many of those cooking shows with asshole chefs
 
2012-11-24 04:18:16 PM  

RexTalionis: Fun fact: Did you know that insensitivity to the taste of salt is an early indicator of lead poisoning?

Romans used to flavor their sweet wines with lead acetate (more commonly known as lead sugar) by keeping wine in lead urns. The result is that the Roman diet started consuming more and more salt as the population lost the ability to taste it.


Also, the term "salary" derives from the Latin word "salarium" - extra pay given to Roman soldiers specifically to buy salt.
 
2012-11-24 04:34:49 PM  

ToxicMunkee: Slaxl: Make the youngins eat a big ball of salt. If they live then they'll have learned a valuable lesson to not eat big balls of salt, and indeed any amount of salt.

Or, you could have low blood pressure like me and need extra salt.


You and me buddy. I keep it in my purse.
 
2012-11-24 04:35:18 PM  

ToxicMunkee: Slaxl: Make the youngins eat a big ball of salt. If they live then they'll have learned a valuable lesson to not eat big balls of salt, and indeed any amount of salt.

Or, you could have low blood pressure like me and need extra salt.


It's a very big ball.
 
2012-11-24 04:38:05 PM  
My dad still loves salt.

I don't get it, myself. I like salt in things and on things while cooking (potatoes sometimes can use them), but he will dump it on everything. Gross.
 
2012-11-24 04:47:34 PM  

Slaxl: ToxicMunkee: Slaxl: Make the youngins eat a big ball of salt. If they live then they'll have learned a valuable lesson to not eat big balls of salt, and indeed any amount of salt.

Or, you could have low blood pressure like me and need extra salt.

It's a very big ball.


I just have two salty balls.
 
2012-11-24 04:56:10 PM  
 
2012-11-24 04:58:31 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: On a positive note, diabetes was almost unheard of


People really didn't live long enough for diabetes to develop, at least type II.
 
2012-11-24 05:16:42 PM  

smells_like_meat: The linked site is Pat Robinson's "700 Club". Some of the comments are comedy gold.


o.O

Fleetu Jun 27, 2011 at 6:10 pm
HEAR THIS AMERICA! Jesus said "Salt is good." (Luke 14:34)The world says "Salt is bad." Who do you think is right? Years ago I read about the lie of the evils of salt from an offbeat doctor's newsletter. He said that the culprit in salt that raises blood pressure and causes other health problems is not the salt itself, but the chemical added to the salt to prevent caking. It is irrelevant whether it is sea salt or not. The added chemical is what causes the damage. I told 3 of my friends who had high blood pressure about what I heard. I know of only one place that sells salt without anything added: Trader Joe's. I'm not sure about the smaller containers of salt, but I do know that their larger container of sea salt lists only salt as the ingredient. No chemicals added. Even Whole Foods Market adds a chemical to their salt--including the sea salt. Anyway, my 3 friends asked me to buy Trader Joe's salt (without the additive) for them. After using the Trader Joe's salt without the chemical additive, 2 of my 3 friends had their blood pressure return to normal! The other friend probably had other reasons for his high blood pressure.
Job said "Can flavorless food be eaten without salt?" (Job 6:6) God gave us salt to make food taste good. To tell someone who loves salt to stop using salt based on the lie that it is bad for you is illogical. They're still going to eat it because they want flavor. The best thing to do is to educate them about the added chemical that raises blood pressure just for the convenience of preventing caking. (Remember, they can get good salt at Trader Joe's without the additive. But they have to get the big container of sea salt--and check the ingredients.) And somebody with great clout should demand that manufacturers remove the chemicals from our salt. Because it's killing millions of people.
By the way, some fellow named Kevin Trudeau claims that when you look at the ingredients in many packaged products, that the word "spices" is actually unidentified chemical additives that they don't want us to know about, but the FDA allows them to use the term spices, as long as they can get a payoff. The FDA is corrupt, just like the majority of other government organizations. Instead of doing their job of protecting our people from poisons, the FDA actually allows companies to poison us, as long as they can receive a bribe!
Okay, I sure hope someone will give this message to Pat Robertson. I'm signing off now.
 
2012-11-24 05:48:19 PM  

Lsherm: The texture is right and it doesn't have any sodium. As a bonus, it has a boatload of potassium, so one serving is more than what you get in a banana.


make me some tea: o.O


Just the one. ;-)

Lsherm: The texture is right and it doesn't have any sodium. As a bonus, it has a boatload of potassium, so one serving is more than what you get in a banana.


Careful if used with high blood pressure meds. The potassium can make you very sick. Never give anyone anything without their permission.
 
2012-11-24 05:49:25 PM  

smells_like_meat: Just the one. ;-)


That one was weapons grade crazy, though.
 
2012-11-24 05:49:31 PM  
Teeny tiny Diamonds
 
2012-11-24 05:56:56 PM  
I try and monitor the amount of salt I use both in cooking and when eating. You need some for flavor, but I'm trying to train my brain to not need as much, so I don't keep it on the table. Just pepper.
 
2012-11-24 06:06:49 PM  
Folger's crystals. They'll never know the difference!
 
2012-11-24 06:20:28 PM  
I've gone off salt before. Food tastes like dirt for about 3-4 days, but then things change and you figure out that a plain chicken breast with a little lemon juice on it can actually be pretty tasty. I lost 35lbs to boot.
 
2012-11-24 06:24:33 PM  
Hopefuly, subbies Father in Law is smart enough to ignore Pat Robertson's Christian Broadcasting Network on subjects of "Science".

And besides, this here is diet stuff, which means BS. Lets look closer.

the FA states:
The government recommends consuming only 1,500 milligrams of salt a day, or two-thirds of one teaspoon. Most Americans consume more than twice that amount.

The Gubbmn't eh? We trust them now, Pat? Ok, went googling for 1500mg salt:

Mayo Clinic sez:
The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend limiting sodium to less than 2,300 mg a day - or 1,500 mg if you're age 51 or older, or if you are black, or if you have high blood pressure, diabetes or chronic kidney disease. Keep in mind that these are upper limits, and less is usually best

Ok, so the FA left out the old and black and diseased part, and stole a whole gram of salty goodness from you in the process... Wait, did they say SODIUM? Not SALT? Yah, Sodium. Salt is sodium chloride. Salt = sodium * 2.543. 2,300 MG of Sodium == 5,850 mg of Salt. Yummie salt!

Ok, so I took a look at the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and found this:

Because a Recommended Dietary Allowance for sodium could not be determined, the Institute of Medicine set Adequate Intake (AI) levels for this nutrient. The AI is the recommended daily average intake level of a nutrient, and usual intakes at or above the AI have a low probability of inadequacy. The sodium AI is based on the amount that is needed to meet the sodium needs of healthy and moderately active individuals.45 It covers sodium sweat losses in unacclimatized individuals who are exposed to high temperatures or who become physically active, and ensures that recommended intake levels for other nutrients can be met. The sodium AI for individuals ages 9 to 50 years is 1,500 mg per day.

1,500 mg of Sodium equals 3,815 mg of Salt. So where the FA is asking you to limit yourself to 1,500 mg of salt, the IoM and the US government is recommending you get at least 3,815 mg of salt so that you don't, you know, DIE. Way to go, CBN.

And subby, leave your in-laws alone.

For those who are interested, the actual US Government guidlines are here: 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. They get their sodium info from the Institute of Medicine.
 
2012-11-24 06:32:49 PM  
Consider letting people eat what they want. It's a free country.
 
2012-11-24 06:38:47 PM  

edmo: Consider letting people eat what they want. It's a free country.


What are you doing on Fark?
 
2012-11-24 07:29:58 PM  

Lsherm: Mrs. Dash doesn't look like salt, but it's specifically meant to replace it.

If you need to fool them, since salt shaking is mainly just a habit anyway (no one is really going to notice it isn't real salt):

[img42.imageshack.us image 180x306]

The texture is right and it doesn't have any sodium. As a bonus, it has a boatload of potassium, so one serving is more than what you get in a banana.


Subby here...this is kind of what I was going for. Something they'd THINK was salt, that they could shake onto their food to satisfy the habit end of the whole thing (since they don't bother to taste it first anyway), and that wouldn't have negative long-term health effects (seeing as the food they eat already has plenty of salt to begin with).
 
2012-11-24 07:33:58 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Salt should not be served at the dinner table in any case. If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.


This. Maybe it's because my friend is the daughter of a chef and a Southern woman, and she had to learn to cook without salt because her dad had heart problems (had six months to live...and lasted at least fifteen). I actually find myself brushing salt off of fries in a lot of restaurants.
 
2012-11-24 07:38:55 PM  
schweppeinc.com
 
2012-11-24 07:41:24 PM  
Sea salt or kosher salt. Ditch the iodide.
 
2012-11-24 07:50:45 PM  
MSG.
 
2012-11-24 07:53:28 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Sodium chloride is not a poison. Your father-in-law failed at parenting for not emphasizing the daily safe dosage to his children.

Salt should not be served at the dinner table in any case. If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.


"Should not"? According to whom, exactly? You?

TSB (true story; no idea if it's cool)

I was at a fancy restaurant with friends and we got this exact kind of grief from the maitre d'. Someone at the table asked for salt, and we got a "I'm sorry; but Chef has salted the dish exactly the way it is supposed to be", at which point one of my friends who at the time held a high civil post in the Canadian government says "Two weeks ago, I had supper at Buckingham Palace where the Queen herself was in attendance and there were salt shakers set. If it's good enough for her, it's good enough for this place." Outgunned. The poor bastard didn't put up any further fight and brought us our salt.
 
2012-11-24 08:00:21 PM  
I have to bring my own salt to other people's houses because the high-blood pressure lie has spread broadly and without remorse.
 
2012-11-24 08:01:36 PM  
Are you guys kidding? Salt is good on everything. Lots of it. It's not bad for you.
 
2012-11-24 08:38:31 PM  
I salt my food any old way I wish.

After I taste it.

If I have been invited to eat at another person's house I do not question what they set on their table.
 
2012-11-24 08:40:42 PM  
How about you let them enjoy their meal?
 
2012-11-24 09:10:55 PM  
What could my father-in-law put in their salt shakers that will look like salt but not slowly poison them?

I'm going to go with "salt."
 
2012-11-24 09:22:29 PM  

SubBass49: Lsherm: Mrs. Dash doesn't look like salt, but it's specifically meant to replace it.

If you need to fool them, since salt shaking is mainly just a habit anyway (no one is really going to notice it isn't real salt):

[img42.imageshack.us image 180x306]

The texture is right and it doesn't have any sodium. As a bonus, it has a boatload of potassium, so one serving is more than what you get in a banana.

Subby here...this is kind of what I was going for. Something they'd THINK was salt, that they could shake onto their food to satisfy the habit end of the whole thing (since they don't bother to taste it first anyway), and that wouldn't have negative long-term health effects (seeing as the food they eat already has plenty of salt to begin with).


Well, then, there you go!

Don't you think? Or do you need more more subversiveness?
 
2012-11-24 09:23:17 PM  
"Alle Dinge sind Gift, und nichts ist ohne Gift; allein die Dosis machts, daß ein Ding kein Gift sei." -- Paracelsus, allegedly
 
2012-11-24 09:47:25 PM  
Who says salt is dangerous? You really need to do some research on what you think is dangerous.

Study after study shows that low salt diets are more dangerous than high salt diets.

Besides if you overdose on salt you can always medicate yourself with Dihydrogen Monoxide but there are some dangers to this as well.

Link
 
2012-11-24 09:50:34 PM  

Lee Jackson Beauregard: "Alle Dinge sind Gift, und nichts ist ohne Gift; allein die Dosis machts, daß ein Ding kein Gift sei." -- Paracelsus, allegedly


Das ist Wahrheit.
 
2012-11-24 11:37:49 PM  

revrendjim: Marcus Aurelius: Sodium chloride is not a poison. Your father-in-law failed at parenting for not emphasizing the daily safe dosage to his children.

Salt should not be served at the dinner table in any case. If a dish needs salt, the cook has failed.

This. You would die if you didn't get enough salt, which hardly fits the definition of a poison. Some people experience high blood pressure if they consume too much salt, and this leads to cardiovascular disease. Many people, however, are unaffected by it. In short, if you have high blood pressure then cut back on the salt, otherwise don't worry about it.


There is so much salt in processed food that you could eliminate the salt shaker entirely and never be in danger of not getting enough salt. Personally, I never use the salt shaker, but on occasion I get a craving for potato chips, french fries, or similar salty foods - which is my body telling me I need a little salt.
 
2012-11-24 11:40:59 PM  

Pardon Me Sultan: "I'm sorry; but Chef has salted the dish exactly the way it is supposed to be"


I would have responded with, "the chef needs to go back to school," since I don't have a story involved the Queen. I'm very sensitive to salt because I never add extra. If I think it needs salt, the cook farked up.
 
2012-11-25 12:17:21 AM  
idiots. salt freaks love the taste of salt. they pour salt all over their food before they even taste their food. f them, t them right in the a. let them kill themselves and mind your own gotdamm business nosey mcsalty. they are going to suck salt all their lives unless they have an epiphany. there is no substitute.

side note: if you actually want to enhance food flavor, sea salt is incredible, in small doses.
 
2012-11-25 12:41:28 AM  
I work for Cargill Salt, so I'm getting a kick, etc.

=]
 
2012-11-25 01:03:29 AM  

Spare Me: Sea salt or kosher salt. Ditch the iodide.


Yes, iodide is poison
 
2012-11-25 01:50:20 AM  

Poison Appleseeds: Spare Me: Sea salt or kosher salt. Ditch the iodide.

Yes, iodide is poison


Har. Happy goitering to yoooouuuuuu.

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-11-25 02:27:06 AM  

SubBass49: Lsherm: Mrs. Dash doesn't look like salt, but it's specifically meant to replace it.

If you need to fool them, since salt shaking is mainly just a habit anyway (no one is really going to notice it isn't real salt):

[img42.imageshack.us image 180x306]

The texture is right and it doesn't have any sodium. As a bonus, it has a boatload of potassium, so one serving is more than what you get in a banana.

Subby here...this is kind of what I was going for. Something they'd THINK was salt, that they could shake onto their food to satisfy the habit end of the whole thing (since they don't bother to taste it first anyway), and that wouldn't have negative long-term health effects (seeing as the food they eat already has plenty of salt to begin with).


Be devious. leave the salt in, but put only one shaker on the table, and make it one that is permanently almost 100% clogged. It would be hard to think of anything you could put in there that would be less harmful than actual salt, and not have it's own risks (i.e. it would suck if you put something that set off an undiscussed allergy)

Of course, you could always consider just suggesting the truth: have him take the salt off the table and explain the health concern. Altering basic food ingredients and not telling people gets into sketchy ethical territory, unless your last name is Monsanto.
 
2012-11-25 03:20:06 AM  
Hmm. Well, I was all ready to be judgy and call you a bad person for a, trying to protect people from themselves, b, thinking you know better, c, tricking them into consuming an unknown (to them) substance, and d, depriving them of something they enjoy. But after thinking about it I realized "young" is a relative term, maybe you mean minors, and I don't know the in's and out's of your situation so instead I'll just comment on something else!

You don't become "addicted" to salt, there is no physical or even mental dependency. Though there is a minimum amount needed to stay alive, and food can taste like crap without it. I also doubt many people truly salt out of habit. There are many foods I know right off the bat won't be salty enough for me, so I salt them without tasting.

In the end, salt is a simple joy in life that is ridiculously hard to do any damage to your body with, despite what some website on the internet may say. Chances are they'll just drink more water and the excess salt will be flushed out of their system. The human body is cool like that.
 
2012-11-25 04:27:23 AM  
"I Can't Believe It's Not Sodium Chloride" Look for it in your local health food store.
 
2012-11-25 10:33:17 AM  

Kittypie070: Poison Appleseeds: Spare Me: Sea salt or kosher salt. Ditch the iodide.

Yes, iodide is poison

Har. Happy goitering to yoooouuuuuu.

[upload.wikimedia.org image 263x400]


I was going to make a comment about the fapability of that pic... but I just don't have it in me.

Is she croaking to find a mate? -that one I can do.
 
2012-11-25 10:35:20 AM  

RexTalionis: Fun fact: Did you know that insensitivity to the taste of salt is an early indicator of lead poisoning?

Romans used to flavor their sweet wines with lead acetate (more commonly known as lead sugar) by keeping wine in lead urns. The result is that the Roman diet started consuming more and more salt as the population lost the ability to taste it.


My kids often salt before tasting and I razz them about it every time. Maybe I shouldn't have let them gnaw on the windowsills.
 
2012-11-25 11:48:14 AM  
How about salt. Turns out that salt isn't all the bad for you. We don't even have much evidence that the hyper tension that it causes is a problem for those that already have high blood pressure. I would suggest not worrying so much about that part of their diet. Salt in general is good for you.
 
2012-11-25 12:50:01 PM  
ricen
 
2012-11-25 01:14:31 PM  
Look at the label of a can of Campbell's soup or the back of a Swanson's dinner. If you think sprinkling a little salt on turkey is bad for ya, you'll have a coronary when looking at the sodium content,
 
2012-11-25 02:29:29 PM  
Finely ground glass. Looks just like the real thing.
 
2012-11-25 04:28:10 PM  

Saberus Terras: Kittypie070: Poison Appleseeds: Spare Me: Sea salt or kosher salt. Ditch the iodide.

Yes, iodide is poison


Har. Happy goitering to yoooouuuuuu.

[upload.wikimedia.org image 263x400]


I was going to make a comment about the fapability of that pic... but I just don't have it in me.

Is she croaking to find a mate? -that one I can do.


*laf*

resources1.news.com.au
 
2012-11-25 04:42:01 PM  

Poison Appleseeds: Spare Me: Sea salt or kosher salt. Ditch the iodide.

Yes, iodide is poison


i105.photobucket.com
I spent the last few years building up an immunity to... Oh, sorry, I misheard you.
 
2012-11-25 07:09:44 PM  
Crack.
 
2012-11-25 10:08:16 PM  
If I had a meal and someone tricked me into ingesting something I did not intend to ingest I would have a big time problem with it. At best I would never have anything to do with that person. Even more so if a family member did that. Subby I bet you wouldn't like it either. It doesn't matter if it's a harmless thing or a drug. You are just creepy as hell and very inappropriate. Shame on you. You sound like a self righteous douche. Why don't you make your own health decisions and let others make theirs?
 
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