What happens if you put ice cubes in the cars' gas tank

Asked by Aug 27, 2013 at 03:37 PM

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Don't be impertinent~


OK...Just when I THOUGHT I heard it ALL! First of all, before I jump the gun, I'll say that I hope you weren't the victim of someone doing this to you. IF you're contemplating doing this to someone else....Just DON'T and find a hobby..or perhaps you need a girlfriend or something...Play a video game. OMG...some people's kids!!

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What would happen if we poured NAIR into your shampoo bottle?

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This question is just stupid, how old are you 10. Put the ice cubes in your car if you have one and find out.

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