i don't think 16 year old robbiestoupe would be giving you a high five for this postchances of me getting nookie with the wife increase exponentially with a shave. and if i keep going south....
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no, no he wouldn't. my beard game is pretty sad anyway. patchy af. goatee game is solid, but the look is bad on mei don't think 16 year old robbiestoupe would be giving you a high five for this postchances of me getting nookie with the wife increase exponentially with a shave. and if i keep going south....
It definitely burns faster - not quite twice as fast, but yeah. On a flex-fuel car, you are pretty much just paying a little more to be socially responsible.When I bought my current car, I saw on the gas cap that it could take E85. I was excited because it was like almost a buck cheaper. It burned at twice the rate of regular gas, meaning I was filling up again the next day. Waste of money.E85 is 85% ethanol, 15% gasoline. Can't really run it in anything not designed/programmed for it.I don't know what 'E85' is or the difference between ethanol and non-ethanol 91 or whatever.
Normal ethanol gas E10 has 10% ethanol, 90% gas. Non-ethanol is 100% gasoline.
On a turbo (or supercharged) car, modified and tuned to run E85, you can make a lot more power.
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Nope. In fact, don't do what you're doing. I'm a big berry eater. Store them cold and dirty. Only take out what you want and wash them. If you want them to last more than two or three days. The thin skin of blueberries or raspberries, when wet, will just absorb all the gross **** in your fridge, like baking soda...
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