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Parents everywhere are usually scolding their kids for playing with their food, but maybe kids are right to look at food as building materials and decorating items. Here are just a few unconventional uses for edible goods. By the way, StumbleUpon can also recommend some good Techdirt articles, too.
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    Pixelation, 2 Sep 2011 @ 6:13pm

    "Condiment wallpaper is a cheap (but perhaps not very long-lasting) way to decorate a room. "

    I had a friend nail a Twinkie to the wall of his bedroom and leave it to show how much preservative was in it.

    I never did like Twinkies anyway.

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    Rekrul, 2 Sep 2011 @ 11:37pm

    Condiment wallpaper is a cheap (but perhaps not very long-lasting) way to decorate a room. And it looks better than filling nail holes in drywall with toothpaste...

    But is it available with snozzberries?

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    Jimr (profile), 6 Sep 2011 @ 6:54am

    I am not a fear factor contestant

    Have you ever smelled a Sun-dried squid body?

    Just reading dried squid body brings back some really bad smell memories from time over seas... it was a local acquired taste and they sold it from carts. I think their favorite spot was under my window on extremely hot days.

    I doubt that I could put my lips to something that smells like decaying fish and drink the putrid contents.

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