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It is a contraceptive barrier that is used to prevent pregnancies. The most popularly marketed was the "Today" sponge. Unfortunately it did not have the success rate claimed a…nd many used it thinking it was not only a contraceptive but as a method of disease prevention. It is still available to purchase. They cost aproxomately $6-9. for a pack of 3. Not too cost effective. They can be difficult to place into the vagina as a cervical block, but I found it to be actually comfortable and didnt hinder penetration. The biggest perk of them is if you have both been tested and are STD free with all certainty and want to experience the pleasure of condomless sex...this is a good way to go. Remember that every method of birth control has its risks and that none are 100% effective!
Flour, eggs, butter, sugar and probably baking powder.
first of all, there is two types of sponges. one of them are when you take them and clean the dishes or toilet, tub. The other 1 is where it lives under water. And you can lea…rn that in class when, you are doing science. "Grade 6 Diversity Of life". the other 1 you can learn in grade 1, 2 or kindergarden, preschool.
Yes, bacteria can live on a sponge, towel or dish cloth and transfer from dish to dish.
No, because the sponge from the ocean are living, breathing creatures. The sponge in the kitchen is synthetic and is specially adapted for absorbing fluids. The sponge i…n the ocean is meant to only live and thrive and feed others as its prey.
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lol, no!! They are just called the same thing. A dish sponge washes dishes. A sea sponge is a sponge lives in the ocean. Take SPONGEbob for example: sponge lives in sea is… not green and yellow is only yellow talks what do you think it is? sea sponge or dish sponge? sea of course!!!!! sponge bob isn't greean on one side so its definitly sea sponge.
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1 year and about 17 days
a sponge because it is sopposed to absorb things fasltly.....and will let it stay in u would have to get another spong e to do things with too.
it probably won't hurt you or your dog.
a lot of sponges, like sponge who goes to my school is like hey im sponge and im like oh hey sponge and we laugh and stuff and its stuffin and stuff!
Sponges collect bacteria and germs. They are disposable for a reason. After every use, rinse it thoroughly & clean it with water and diluted bleach. Another option, use dish r…ags & you can just toss them in the washer. This saves money, eliminates the odor, & helps the environment.