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ia "tooth tunes" toothbrush that sings "can't touch this" (my mom is insane).



I have this mental image of you brushing your teeth in your skivvies dancing to the song. Its is a bit disturbing.


Just the thought of the monkey in his skivvies is disturbing.
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you're not too far off on the mental image there excal.....i leave it at that though
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you're not too far off on the mental image there excal.....i leave it at that though


Thanks - we didn't need real pictures.
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:)

I have this mental image of you brushing your teeth in your skivvies dancing to the song. Its is a bit disturbing.

comment cencored do to common sense :)
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Well I got money from my parents to build a computer but they didn't think I could build it but I did.
Here are my system specs. (first Build)

ABIT IP35 PRO
core 2 duo processor E6850 3.0Ghz over clocked to 3.06 not much I know
cool max 550 wats.
XFX 8500GT 256 Megabytes
OCZ 800MHZ 2 gigs (timing 4-4-4-15)
SATA Seagate Hard rive 7200 rpm.
ULTRA ATX Grid Case
Sony dvd burner

Thanks Santa
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