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Larry Jaques writes:

Standard, off-the-shelf Vaseline is not food safe, but they do =make=
a food safe Vaseline.


Say what? The guy who invented it used to eat a big spoonful every
day, fanatic about it he was. What might make Vaseline(tm) not
food-safe?

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Larry Jaques writes:

Standard, off-the-shelf Vaseline is not food safe, but they do
=make=
a food safe Vaseline.


Say what? The guy who invented it used to eat a big spoonful every
day, fanatic about it he was. What might make Vaseline(tm) not
food-safe?

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The production machinery?


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On 27 Jul 2019 18:04:08 -0300, Mike Spencer
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Larry Jaques writes:

Standard, off-the-shelf Vaseline is not food safe, but they do =make=
a food safe Vaseline.


Say what? The guy who invented it used to eat a big spoonful every
day, fanatic about it he was. What might make Vaseline(tm) not
food-safe?


Vasoline is biologically stable. Has no nutrients, pretty much
just..slippery. Biologically dead slime.

Its "food safe" as such. A petroleum byproduct.

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"Poor widdle Wudy...mentally ill, lies constantly, doesnt know who he is, or even what gender "he" is.

No more pathetic creature has ever walked the earth. But...he is locked into a mental hospital for the safety of the public.

Which is a very good thing."

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On 27 Jul 2019 18:04:08 -0300, Mike Spencer
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Larry writes:

Standard, off-the-shelf Vaseline is not food safe, but they do =make=
a food safe Vaseline.

Say what? The guy who invented it used to eat a big spoonful every
day, fanatic about it he was. What might make Vaseline(tm) not
food-safe?


Vasoline is biologically stable. Has no nutrients, pretty much
just..slippery. Biologically dead slime.

Its "food safe" as such. A petroleum byproduct. I usually eat a popcorn bowl of Vaseline and then let my boyfriends spit roast me. It lubes me all the way from my mouth to my asshole. Amazing stuff VBG.


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"Poor widdle Wudy...mentally ill, lies constantly, doesnt know who he is, or even what gender "he" is.

No more pathetic creature has ever walked the earth. But...he is locked into a mental hospital for the safety of the public.

Which is a very good thing."

Asun rauhassa, valmistaudun sotaan.


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On 27 Jul 2019 18:04:08 -0300, Mike Spencer
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Larry writes:

Standard, off-the-shelf Vaseline is not food safe, but they do =make=
a food safe Vaseline.

Say what? The guy who invented it used to eat a big spoonful every
day, fanatic about it he was. What might make Vaseline(tm) not
food-safe?


Vasoline is biologically stable. Has no nutrients, pretty much
just..slippery. Biologically dead slime.

Its "food safe" as such. A petroleum byproduct. I usually eat a popcorn bowl of Vaseline and then let my boyfriends spit roast me. It lubes me all the way from my mouth to my asshole. Amazing stuff VBG.


__

Pooor lil fella must have missed me.

Laughaughlaughlaughlaughlaughlaugh!!

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No more pathetic creature has ever walked the earth. But...he is locked into a mental hospital for the safety of the public.

Which is a very good thing."

Asun rauhassa, valmistaudun sotaan.


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On 27 Jul 2019 18:04:08 -0300, Mike Spencer
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Larry Jaques writes:

Standard, off-the-shelf Vaseline is not food safe, but they do
=make=
a food safe Vaseline.


Say what? The guy who invented it used to eat a big spoonful every
day, fanatic about it he was. What might make Vaseline(tm) not
food-safe?


Vasoline is biologically stable. Has no nutrients, pretty much
just..slippery. Biologically dead slime.

Its "food safe" as such. A petroleum byproduct.


It's not "food safe" if the production and packaging aren't sanitary.


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On Friday, August 9, 2019 at 1:18:43 PM UTC-4, Jim Wilkins wrote:
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On 27 Jul 2019 18:04:08 -0300, Mike Spencer
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Larry Jaques writes:

Standard, off-the-shelf Vaseline is not food safe, but they do
=make=
a food safe Vaseline.

Say what? The guy who invented it used to eat a big spoonful every
day, fanatic about it he was. What might make Vaseline(tm) not
food-safe?


Vasoline is biologically stable. Has no nutrients, pretty much
just..slippery. Biologically dead slime.

Its "food safe" as such. A petroleum byproduct.


It's not "food safe" if the production and packaging aren't sanitary.


Not toxic, and small quantities ingested probably won't cause any problems. Eat a big spoonful, and you're likely to have loose stools or diarrhea; stomach cramps; and/or vomiting.

As Jim says, not "food safe."

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