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What do actors put in their noses when they are supposed to sniff coke in a movie?

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2007-10-29 21:28:01
2007-10-29 21:28:01

SOUNDS CRAZY, BUT I'VE HEARD BABY LAXATIVE OR CORNSTARCH... Dried Milk

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