Irish People Try The Most Disgusting Alcohol Shots

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Lolsy: We’re drinking! Ryan: Weird shots, weird Halloween shots, or…? Lolsy: Halloween shots! – (off-camera) The most disgusting shots. (“Oh crap” face) Lolsy: Bleach. Ryan: …disgusting? Ryan: That wouldn’t be disgusting. Ryan: I wouldn’t count bleach as disgusting. Lolsy: Well, when your throat falls out, I’d be like “that’s pretty disgusting.” LJG: Is this stuff […]

6 Amazing Uses of Rubbing Alcohol

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Rubbing alcohol, or Isopropyl Alcohol, can be found in most home medicine cabinets. It can be used to fight infections, clean your skin and pores of toxins, disinfect surfaces and clean objects. Here are the top 6 uses of rubbing alcohol: 1. Prevents Swimmer’s Ear Swimmer’s ear happens when water gets trapped deep in the […]

WTF is MINERALITY? Everything you need to know about this wine term!

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What is up guys, I am Julien, the French winemaking guy who makes wine videos here on YouTube, welcome to your new wine video, and welcome to Julien’s Wine School. This is the first iteration of our new ‘What The Fruit’ wine video series to explain everything you need to know about the world of […]

How do cigarettes affect the body? – Krishna Sudhir

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Cigarettes aren’t good for us. That’s hardly news–we’ve known about the dangers of smoking for decades. But how exactly do cigarettes harm us? Let’s look at what happens as their ingredients make their way through our bodies, and how we benefit physically when we finally give up smoking. With each inhalation, smoke brings its more […]

Kids Try Clear Coca Cola | Kids Try | HiHo Kids

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– Mhmmm! First rule of the day. Never shake a Coke before opening. (playful guitar music) – [Both] Hello! – My name is Ethan. – My name is Elena. – (gasps) – Purple. – Why is it purple?! – Purple? – Uh oh. I’m guessing something really spicy? – A blindfold. – And you have […]

Sugar tax on soft drinks – should NZ follow UK’s lead?

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There’s been renewed calls for NZ to impose a tax on sugary drinks after the UK unveiled a tax on fizzy drinks in its budget today. The sugar tax, of around 50c per litre, is an attempt to combat childhood obesity and could add 17c to the price of soft drink cans from 2018. Health […]

Hygienic solutions from SICK for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industry | SICK AG

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Hygienic sensor solutions from SICK for the food and beverage as well as the pharmaceutical industry. A competence chain to cover challenging tasks in the areas of Flexible Automation, Safety, Quality Control, and Identification. Flexible Automation ensures detecting and measuring solutions for flexible machine designs. Safety solutions ensure the protection of personnel and machines. Identification […]

how to generate beverages

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Why the US drinking age is 21

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“Michael, welcome to the White House.” This is the 40th president of the United States, Ronald Wilson Reagan, and Michael Joseph Jackson. 1984 Michael Jackson. “For Michael Jackson brings a thrill a minute to his millions of fan.” “We have quite a few young folks in the White House who all wanted me to give […]

Verify: Jacksonville Beach alcohol sale restriction

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