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Things you can do with Lemon?




ideas ideas please

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  1. is that what you meant Jad?

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  2. here you go:

    1. clean the stained metal...anything even if you want to polish your metal watch.

    2. you can cut them into 2 halves and empty the inside part and use them to serve sae food…"tuna for example"

    3. same as no. (2) but you dry them and use them for candles "the small floating candles" ...but you have to cut the "head" so it will be stable.

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  3. reminded of"when life gives lemons make lemonade "

    well i can make animals with lemons,put raisins for eyes and make a tail with lemon peel..

    make roses with peels just dont let it be cut or seperated and twist it into a rose (u can do that with a tomato too)

    i found this for u

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/daedals/1240458117/

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  4. lol mala2e6's referal is funny. I heard eating lemon with sugar makes you stop growing which I tried to avoid like hell for my teen years loool.
    And I think if you eat 6 in a row you can get a day off from school cause you'll start to feel sick lol.

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  5. Haha, I love the suicidal lemon.

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  6. Change the eye color! That's what I used to think when I was a lot younger, then figured out that it was only the lighting :P

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  7. Make a battery.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AY9qcDCFeVI

    and refreshen your shoes

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  8. Jumana
    Your list is so cool especially polishing metal watch one, I'll try it for sure.

    Malage6
    LoL, the more you talk the more I believe you are coming from outer space, joy planet :-)

    Batoul
    Yeah, Vitamin C gets your free off day LoL

    Lalla Mira
    Yeah, actually it was the one blamed for this post.

    Amer
    LoL
    Nizar
    So when I'm in a remote place, I can charge my laptop with 20kg of lemon, Amazing.

    Hani Obaid
    LoL; why do you hate penguins?

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  9. Penguins are adorable, they look like they're wearing a tuxedo, and the walk is hilarious. I liked them even more since I watched the march of the penguin movie.

    I was jsut teasing because I think you put that penguin up there to represent your interest in Nux! Am I right, or am I right ? :D

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  10. Hani Obaid
    My relation with penguin is more than GNU/Linux relationship dude :-) I loved them even before becoming GNU preacher.

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