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    Strange Addictions

    The T.V show features a guy addicted to maple syrup. Mine is visiting cyclonefanatic.com. My wife is worried and plans on providing evidence that it's bad for my health.

    What's your strange addiction?



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    Re: Strange Addictions

    going on facebook immediately when i get on a computer. so i deleted it.


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    Re: Strange Addictions

    A diet Dew every morning. I don't HAVE to have it, but I really really do want it every morning. I don't do coffee or tea so that is my AM caffeine fix


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    Re: Strange Addictions

    did you see the one with the lady addicted to tarter sauce? she put it on her ice cream for God sake.. bleh.. i digress.

    i dont really have any strange addictions but i can easily say im way too addicted to caffeine. If i dont have a pop or 2 a day i get bad headaches. i love me a good Mr. Pibb.


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    Re: Strange Addictions

    Quote Originally Posted by CynadoAlley View Post
    did you see the one with the lady addicted to tarter sauce? she put it on her ice cream for God sake.. bleh.. i digress.

    i dont really have any strange addictions but i can easily say im way too addicted to caffeine. If i dont have a pop or 2 a day i get bad headaches. i love me a good Mr. Pibb.
    I just remember the woman who ate toilet paper. At least she ate it clean out of the package, not used or anything...


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    Re: Strange Addictions

    I remember watching about a woman addicted to corn starch - eating it plain, by the pound. nasty.



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    Re: Strange Addictions

    Quote Originally Posted by cymatterz View Post
    The T.V show features a guy addicted to maple syrup. Mine is visiting cyclonefanatic.com. My wife is worried and plans on providing evidence that it's bad for my health.

    What's your strange addiction?
    Would porn be considered strange?? j/K. Or..am i?


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    Re: Strange Addictions

    The lady addicted to eating dryer sheets creeped me out a bit.



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    Re: Strange Addictions

    Quote Originally Posted by CynadoAlley View Post
    did you see the one with the lady addicted to tarter sauce? she put it on her ice cream for God sake.. bleh.. i digress.

    i dont really have any strange addictions but i can easily say im way too addicted to caffeine. If i dont have a pop or 2 a day i get bad headaches. i love me a good Mr. Pibb.
    Mr. Pibb? Dude didn't even get his degree.


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    Dr Scholls got his doctorate, but would I buy those inserts from a Mr. Scholls? Yes. Who knew that walking on pillows would be comfortable?



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    Quote Originally Posted by CyBer View Post
    Dr Scholls got his doctorate, but would I buy those inserts from a Mr. Scholls? Yes. Who knew that walking on pillows would be comfortable?

    you be gellin' like a felon!



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    Mr. Pibb? Dude didn't even get his degree.
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    Re: Strange Addictions

    I think my dad's qualifies for this. He has drank a 12 pack of Dr. Pepper everyday since 1977 when he started his construction business. The only day that I remember him not doing it was the day he fell from a scaffolding and broke both of his wrists---he drank just 8 that day and claimed that the headaches were worse than his broken wrists. He always drinks the first one with his cereal in the morning. It creeps everybody in our family out but we can't get him to stop



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    Re: Strange Addictions

    Quote Originally Posted by arganbright2 View Post
    I think my dad's qualifies for this. He has drank a 12 pack of Dr. Pepper everyday since 1977 when he started his construction business. The only day that I remember him not doing it was the day he fell from a scaffolding and broke both of his wrists---he drank just 8 that day and claimed that the headaches were worse than his broken wrists. He always drinks the first one with his cereal in the morning. It creeps everybody in our family out but we can't get him to stop
    Just curious but is your dad overweight? That is a TON of empty calories going into his body....



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    He weighs maybe 140 lbs because he still does construction on his own roughly 10-12 hours a day.



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