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How to Make Homeopathic Vodka. Answered

Now you can have all the benefits of Vodka, with none of the unpleasant side-effects, thanks to the clever chaps at the 10:23 Campaign.


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aeray (author)2010-12-16

This may be the most entertaining thread I've ever read on Instructables. Amazing.

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kelseymh (author)aeray2010-12-16
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Kiteman (author)kelseymh2010-12-17

And occasionally hit the target...

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slithien (author)2010-12-02

Homeophatic sounds like homophobic

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Kiteman (author)slithien2010-12-02

I think you're missing the point of the video...

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slithien (author)Kiteman2010-12-02
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Kiteman (author)slithien2010-12-02

Then you definitely missed the point. Several times, reading this topic.

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slithien (author)Kiteman2010-12-02

All i know is it has something to do with vodka and homeophatic witch i dont even know what that is

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Kiteman (author)slithien2010-12-02

So, find out what homoeopaths claim about their techniques, and then watch the video!

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slithien (author)Kiteman2010-12-02

You spelt homeophatics wrong... Though i cant talk.

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kelseymh (author)slithien2010-12-02

What is "homeophatics"? I've never seen that word before.

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-02

Its in the the title of the forum. Or if your being sarcastic i cant tell because its written down

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kelseymh (author)slithien2010-12-02

Not sarcastic at all. You just couldn't spell "a" with a one-letter keyboard...

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-05

Also you would need all the other keys to program the computer

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-02

It depends if you want it lower case without the speech marks.

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Kiteman (author)slithien2010-12-02
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kelseymh (author)Kiteman2010-12-02

:-D I do love the irony of a shop in Exeter named "Boston Tea Party." Do you suppose their customers get an exemption on the VAT? Just for old times sake...

P.S. The links are there for our ignorant friend...

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NachoMahma (author)slithien2010-12-02

. ROFLMAO. He said "ignorant" which is totally different than stupid. I'll leave it to you to figure out the difference.

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kelseymh (author)NachoMahma2010-12-02

That would involve using a dictionary, which we've already discussed...

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-02

My dictionary says homeopathic means "homeopathic adj of or using homeopathy (contrasted with: allopathic)". What the hell is thst supossed to tell me?

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kelseymh (author)slithien2010-12-02

Keep using the dictionary. Look up "homeopathy" (which is the base word). You could also try an online dictionary, but you need to spell the word correctly for that to work.

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-02

Eat theasaures you dumpy sapphic who makes me emitic!!!
Ha

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kelseymh (author)slithien2010-12-02

:-D You cause people to throw up? That must make dates extremely interesting...

And you also seem to have both gender-recognition issues and a continuing problem with sticking letters into words where they don't belong...

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-02

You forgot about dumpy and the words werent about me. I often mispell because my ipods keyboard is squashed up.

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kelseymh (author)slithien2010-12-03

Still using words where you don't know what they mean. An "emetic" (that's how it is spelled) is a substance which induces vomiting. If I make you an emetic, then clearly you are the one which induces vomiting in others.

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-04

Oh... THE THEASAURES LIED!!!....

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kelseymh (author)slithien2010-12-04

Oh, those cursed theasaurs! Good thing they all died out when the asteroid hit Chixulub!

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-04

I can still annoy my sister with them by calling her stuff she doesnt know the meaning of

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Kiteman (author)slithien2010-12-05

**NEWSFLASH**

....14 year old boy found beaten to death with thesaurus....

Family quoted "It's so ironic, it happened on the day his sister learned to read..."


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Lithium Rain (author)Kiteman2010-12-05

>Literally laughed out loud<

Loudly.

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Kiteman (author)Lithium Rain2010-12-05

It's just a shame that Slithien doesn't seem to have taken the point...

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slithien (author)Kiteman2010-12-05

Lol, at first i didnt get it because i forgot about my other comment but then i was reading through my past comments (as i do) and then i understood it.

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slithien (author)Kiteman2010-12-05

She could read ages ago, shes 11 now

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Kiteman (author)slithien2010-12-05

Then your days are numbered...

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slithien (author)Kiteman2010-12-05

And she uses a electronic theasaures...

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I3uckwheat (author)slithien2010-12-03

>>>Spell Check<<<
It's there for a reason.

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-02

Homeopathy was above it and it told me nothing

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-02

Fine then ill use my stupid pocket dictionary

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slithien (author)NachoMahma2010-12-02

Acording to my pocket dictionary ignorant means "ignorant adj knowing very little" witch is exactlyy the same as stupid.

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kelseymh (author)slithien2010-12-02

Really? And what does your pocket dictionary say about "stupid"? Mine doesn't say anything about "knowledge," only about intelligence and behaviour.

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-02

It doesnt have stupid in it

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kelseymh (author)slithien2010-12-02

Whoa. Now that really is a "stupid pocket dictionary." Well, here's a link for you in the mean time: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/stupid.


Definition of STUPID
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a : slow of mind : obtuse
b : given to unintelligent decisions or acts : acting in an unintelligent or careless manner
c : lacking intelligence or reason : brutish
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: dulled in feeling or sensation : torpid
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: marked by or resulting from unreasoned thinking or acting : senseless
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a : lacking interest or point

b : vexatious, exasperating

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slithien (author)kelseymh2010-12-05

Congradulations!!!!!!!!!!! Your my 350th commenter

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Goodhart (author)kelseymh2010-12-02

no, no Kelsey, the dictionary doesn't know, so it is an ignorant dictionary LOL

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