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Keywords found: 0
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Keywords found: 5,607
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Organic Listing Variations
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snopes.com: HOT DOGS contain earthworms
12 posts - 4 authorsI have heard that hotdogs contain earthworms and that it is listed on the ingrediants as "erthobate". Also, I was told that the only company that doesn't ...
2.
snopes.com: Quadrant Sign Code
11 posts - 6 authorssecret instructions on the backs of freeway signs which will give directions to the (ooh! ooh!) invading tank armies, sending them right to (ooh! ooh! ...
3.
snopes.com: Kraft taken to court over guacamole
35 posts - 23 authorsIf I were in the store and saw pre-packaged "guacamole," I would assume that it was mainly avocado. What chillas said about "guacamole flavored." ...
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snopes.com: A few Winston Churchill quips
18 posts - 8 authorsthough, attributed to Churchill, Shaw, and Lady Astor as appropriate. ... Exchange between Astor and Winston Churchill at Blenheim Palace, c. ...
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snopes.com: Teacher draws blood from 51 students using same lancet
23 posts - 15 authorsIt also helps we draw a lot of nursing students - there are always volunteers ... This person graduated from college? With a Masters or some other type of ...
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snopes.com: Pinching earwigs
16 posts - 12 authorsComment: I have a question about earwigs. People claim that they climb .... said that what people usually mistake for a pinch is actually an earwig bite. ...
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snopes.com: Does Ear Stapling Help Lose Weight?
35 posts - 25 authorsSo what's it to you if I'm fat and I don't believe that ear stapling is a valid weight loss method. You got stock in the company or something. ...
8.
snopes.com: Puppy on bamboo stalk
35 posts - 26 authorsIf you look closely, the puppy is wedged between the bamboo stalk he is ..... Back on topic- the picture of the puppy is cute but it looks fake to me. ...
9.
snopes.com: White Castle onions
4 posts - 4 authors*swears* the sliced onions on their burgers are actually chopped cabbage ... "substitute" used is one far more expensive than what it's a substitute for. ...
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snopes.com: The Gold Wrapping Paper!
29 posts - 18 authorsThe story goes that some time ago a mother punished her 5 year old daughter for wasting a roll of expensive gold wrapping paper. ...
 
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