Corona Cured!

Corona Cured!

posted on 11 Mar 2020 in Toiletries

Should be in every prepper’s kit…

Photo courtesy of Matthew Mills.
Found in Canada. 

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Careful it contains fleas.

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Droll not Troll

Mind your g’s and q’s.

Algernon
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Algernon

What do you do with your dead.

Marum
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Marum

If you rub it on rats it kills their fleas.

Therefore no more plague.

Marum
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Marum

I have never sen toothpaste sold by the drum before

Marum
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Marum

The latest folk-cure for Corona Virus is to drink varnish.

You still die.

But you have a beautiful finish.

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Droll not Troll

Use some of that TP you’re hoarding, to apply this stuff.

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Droll not Troll

Will definitely remove bugs from your teeth. Recommended for motorcycle riders.

Frank Burns
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Frank Burns

Main ingredient; Locust poison.

Marum
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Marum

I see.

If you gave a garage full of toilet paper.

It removes the plaque from your forehead: Which says.: D1CKH3AD.

Marum
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Marum

@DnT 0440. But will it also remove pubic hairs?

Marum
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Marum

Err! From your teeth that is?

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Droll not Troll

@Marum: 0905: There are better ways to deal with pubonic plague.

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“I have never sen toothpaste sold by the drum before.”

It’s probably tooth powder. That is, dry ingredients, and you wet your toothbrush and pick up some of the powder with it. There was a time when homemade tooth powder (generally made from baking soda and salt) was common, and aside from the flouride additives, I’m not convinced that modern commercial toothpastes do a better job.

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