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That's a good idea, she probably hadn't considered marrying her fiancé on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 39)
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@birdfvcker6969, hella whack. It will leach salts from your skin and dissolve metal pipes. If you drink it regularly it will strip your electrolytes from you. Water really doesn't like being pure and it will go nuts to get some sweet solute action. It also has something to do with the hydrogen bonding, which gets very strange without any solute to destabilize it. It's surprisingly nasty. You would think it would get a bit of impurity and then settle down, but apparently not, or not quickly anyway. One technician who was in a tank of it (in a particle detector) accidentally dipped his hair in it for a few seconds and it sucked out all the oils and salts. He had a bad scalp rash for days afterwards. They wear hazmat suits around it, which is pretty counterintuitive for water. We used to distill water with dichromate and all sorts of stuff to purify it for analytical work, but ultrapure is on a Whole. Nuvva. Levow. on I GUESS (Upvotes: 32)
CE means "clear entry", meaning that it will only clear the last number you entered, so if you made a mistake you don't need to start all over. I know this, and I still mash them both several times. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 30)
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