HIV is transferred by body fluids such as blood, seman and vaginal secreations. But not spit you can't get HIV through spit
It's okay because that's just the color of the ice cream and if you ate it, it would get into your salivia and make your spit brown.
I did when I was a kid and ended up okay. I still would have her spit it out though.
it is definetly okay for it to eat it then spit it up. because in the wild they didnt have time to eat it were it was they needed to take it back to there cave but i dont know about liquid. also makesure it doesnt let the food rot there cuz if eaten it can die
no, it is not, however it is not dangerous, although if this is regular, you should seek help
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The correct term for spit is "saliva". people call it spit because of the action of spitting.
Joe Spit goes by Joe Spit.
there spit there spit
no they do not spit poison
spit is a backwash from the humans spit glands amoungst a human throut. people spit because the spit is acutally toxins or germs that are realsed in a liquid.
Yes, llamas and alpacas do spit. It is VERY nasty!Llamas spit out of irritation and over food, they generally spit at other llamas.Not all alpacas spit.
No, just spitting cobras.Only king cobras spit,they don't just spit saliva they spit venom too.
yes they have spit you dummy
you spit dip
No. Kangaroos do not spit.
They don't spit.
Llamas spit when there angry or when the owner does not stop annoying them. They spit to protect themselves
The longest sand spit on earth is the Curonian Spit.
to spit roast = am Spieß braten a spit roast = Spießbraten
Grasshoppers do not spit tobacco. The only way to spit tobacco is to chew tobacco, which grasshoppers do not. However, they do spit as a defense mechanism.
Yes! I have seen them sneeze spit from their mouth but usually they will spit water from their nose it they get some in there.
they spit when they are sad, mad, male alpacas spit at eachother, or protection of themselves or their young