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Don't paint your bike

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All paints, and especially spray paints, have poisonous gases in 'em. If you breath too much you can get very sick... Always read the label carefully and check for warnings before you start any job.

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ALSO, NEVER TRY TO FIX A BROKEN CAP STEM STUCK IN A CAN OF PAINT WHILE INDOORS

 

you may cover your friend's living room with a spray of flat black

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Originally posted by ClueTwo@Aug 17 2005, 05:06 PM

ULTRA FLAT BLACK SAVED MY LIFE~!@!@!~@!

 

I love the smell of that shit..

that shit smells like candy...

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i got some 20 year old rusto glossy black, that stuff smells good enough to eat.

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Some people, in certain alley ways and carboard districts, would pay good money to be in that garage.

 

You call it sick... I call it deeeeeelirious.

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Originally posted by cornpone+Aug 17 2005, 09:40 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (cornpone - Aug 17 2005, 09:40 AM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-ClueTwo@Aug 17 2005, 05:06 PM

ULTRA FLAT BLACK SAVED MY LIFE~!@!@!~@!

 

I love the smell of that shit..

that shit smells like candy...

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A couple yrs ago the smell of UFB changed. Before it changed I thought it really smelled like candy. Then it changed and I thought it smelled really bad (and bought up all i could find of the previous formula), but the more I used the new one, the more it smelled like a different kind of candy, now i use both at the same time to create a candy medly of scents.

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i need a bike..

 

my birthday's commin up. someone step up and buy me one.

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Put reflectors on your bike or be runover

And I couldn't see you! No wonder, you don't have reflectors. They tell drivers where you are... Remember, if you have to ride when it's getting dark, have the right equipment.

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