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Yeah, unforgettable, really.

Well, yesterday, I had Goya Jamaican Style Ginger Beer come out my nose.


Though my eyeballs were going to eject.



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Yeah, don't do that


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There was a kid in high school who drank his milk out of a carton. It always came out his nose. He other objectionable habits I will not mention.
 
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Listen to me, Sweetheart. Those assholes at Rekall have fucked up your mind. You're having paranoid delusions.



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I think I had a whole packet of pop rock in my mouth at the time.
 
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I can imagine ginger beer going through your nose. Ginger beer has been my occasional soda for the last several months. I get them from Costco. But I noticed that the recent batch doesn't have the cloudy sediment I encountered the first few cases. I used to gently turn the bottle over first before opening.



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