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- chocolate milk? yes sir that's my shit 🍌🍌🍌LONG LIVE THE KING🍌🍌🍌
- Hah, nice try. I'm the one who's claiming this board, pal.
- I like it
- why arer you dorks talking about computers and math and geek stuff you're all derailing the thread about bees!!!!!
- phew! that was a close one!
- I went on a really long bike ride and befriended some drug dealers the other day. pretty cool stuff.
- jerry... can you please give me your wife's email... i'll explain later. thanks in advance
- Hey pal, Nice irony you got there.
- I don't get it
- [quote=slow%20learner;%2Fbloards%2Fgbs%2Ftopics%2Fburts-bees%2Fposts%2F2701] Burt's Bees is an American personal care products subsidiary of Clorox that describes itself as an "Earth friendly, Natural Personal Care Company" making products for personal care, health, beauty, and personal hygiene. As of 2007, they manufactured over 197 products for facial and body skin care, lip care, hair care, baby care, men's grooming, and outdoor remedies. Since then, their products have been distributed in nearly 30,000 retail outlets including grocery stores and drug store chains across the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, Germany, Hong Kong, Taiwan and New Zealand from their headquarters in Durham, North Carolina. Burt's Bees manufactures their products with natural ingredients using minimal processing such as distillation/condensation, extraction/steamed distillation/pressure cooking, and hydrolysis to maintain the purity of those ingredients. In addition, every product has a "natural bar" which gives a percentage of natural ingredients in that product, often with detailed ingredient descriptions. Originating in Maine in the 1980s, the business began when co-founder Roxanne Quimby started making candles from Burt Shavitz's leftover beeswax. This eventually led to their bottling and selling of honey, a practice that slowly diminished as the company evolved as a corporation. Eventually, other products using honey and beeswax, including edible spreads and furniture polish, were sold, before moving into the personal care line. In late 2007, Clorox purchased Burt's Bees for $925 Million USD. [/quote] nice blog post nerd
- [quote=jerry;%2Fbloards%2Fgbs%2Ftopics%2Freal-talk-the-bloard-thread-with-a-strict-no-irony-policy%2Fposts%2F2579] congratulations on your new drugs [/quote] I didn't get any drugs but I did come close. probably will pick up some next time
- aaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh geeeez
- pfff, i read this thread in 5 seconds. slowpoke
- my secret weapon is bloard. checkmate bloardists
- to those who have boyfriends or girlfriends: when you're making love to your significant other, shout "SIGN UP FOR BLOARD DOT COM" when you climax. thank you
- now we need to find a way to get more people to sign up for joinbloard.com... christ this is getting out of control
- not only do I remember bloard, I dream about bloard. share this post with a friend if you too have bloard dreams.
- TAke a look, y'all:
- congrats g0m
- fuck!!! it doesn't load until i type in "bl". fuck!!! my!!! life!!!
- I like it