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I knew I'd find a good use for this Mario Hat if I tried.
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That's a nice place to store them Smarties.
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Hmmm.....and I only thought of putting it on a puppy or an infant. Silly me.
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@JR - "puppy or infant"? How does that work?EDIT: Forget I asked the latter question, it's sheepish enough to think about it
Edited on Tue 20th October, 2009 @ 00:10 by StarBoy91
Putting Smarties on an puppy or infant. That is silly.
Edited on Tue 20th October, 2009 @ 00:06 by Corbs
Another use for that Mario Hat is to put it on your head to show-off....
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Good stuff Corbie !!
Interesting fact #2073 about differences between the UK and America -
In the Uk we call these little chocolate sweets with a sugar shell coating Smarties//www.miracles-inc.com/Images/3DGrafiker/Smarties.JPG" alt="Untitled" />
We call the American Smarties Fizzers.
Edited on Tue 20th October, 2009 @ 00:10 by Stevie
This is good
Corbie, go make a baby and put that hat on it.
So UK Smarties = M&Msand US Smarties = Fizzlers
"Fizzers"? Never heard that title before. How interesting.
I'm pretty sure u should put chocolate coins in that hat!!!
So, what are Skittles called outside the US?
So UK Smarties = M&Msand US Smarties = FizzlersTOO WEIRD!
Oh we have M&M's in the UK as well, similar to smarties but slightly different Let the confusion continue.
Skittles are called Skittles in the UK as well
Edited on Tue 20th October, 2009 @ 00:13 by Stevie
Oh. Okay, then.
Lol, great idea!This can also be used to make that Wii Remote Holder useless.
At least they call Skittles Skittles. That's not too confusing.
As an idea, would it be possible to stack a few comic book treasuries in it?
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