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Is it harmful to your body to trust WikiAnswers?

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Answered 2009-09-30 01:36:41

Only when you have mild cases of random increases of gastric acids inside your body and occasional sweating when your in Alaska. In this case, your right nostril may swell up and make you look like a hippo.

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