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How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?

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Scientifically: You have to do is measure the amount of saliva you produce per lick, measure the volume of the Tootsie Pop, find the amount each lick your saliva takes away from the pop, and divide that much by the total volume of the Tootsie Pop.

From Tootsie Roll Inc.: "We've been asking the question since 1970. Many have tried to lick their way to the center of the Tootsie Pop, and many have failed -- for they couldn't help but bite. But for those proud few who do make it to the center, and manage to keep count of how many licks it takes, we hold a special place in our hearts."

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It has been scientifically proven by professional tootsie roll lovers, that it takes 127 licks to get the the middle of a tootsie pop, where the tootsie roll center is located. However, those who did not see the center after 127 licks, couldn't stand the pressure, and bit the tootsie pop, causing the center to be visible. I hope this answers your question.

As a child did you have a question that you never got the answer ??
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Being the impatient type I never could understand how Kojac could keep one of those in his mouth without just biting the candy off of it and getting to the good stuff.  
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 Why is there braille on drive through ATM machines?  
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does the fortune in a fortune cookie last up until you get the next one, or does it logrithmetically decline// If it does-- does it work to just hold the good one instead of getting a new one each time???

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If you have a gun and you ask, "can I ask you a question?" and they say "fire away" should you shoot them?
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How do those three shells in Demolition Man work?
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If 7-11 is never closed, then why do they have locks on their doors?
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What does a baby pigeon look like?  I am sure they exist but I have never seen one.

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If UFO's don't exist, how can they be unidentified flying objects
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: February/25/2008 at 14:16
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We all know what a pecan looks like in its shell and out of it's shell, same for peanuts....but what does a cashew look like in its shell?  How many people already know without Googling it?
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I cheated, Google%20It      is my friend............
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I don't think I will never ever eat one again.
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An easily grown evergreen relative of the mango, poison sumac and poison ivy. Very sensitive to cold, especially in warm winters followed by a freeze. Leaves are simple, leathery, light-green with a copper-red blush when young. The nut is not edible or safe when raw. Touching an uncooked nut can cause skin eruptions and the smoke given off by roasting is itself an irritant and poisonous. The cashew apple grows above the nut; it is edible and safe without treatment and makes good jelly or fermented liquor. See Cashew
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Who was the first person to look at a cow and say, 'I think I'll squeeze these dangly things here and drink whatever comes out'?
 
Can you cry under water?
 
Why is it that when someone tells you that there are over a billion stars in the universe, you believe them, but if they tell you there is wet paint somewhere, you have to touch it to make sure?
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The world's smartest people were discussing the greatest invention ever.  Suggestions were the wheel, combustion engine, etc.  The old man serving them said, "It's the Thermos bottle."  All the geniuses laughed and said "all that does it keep hot things hot and cold things cold" to which the old man replied, "How do it know?"
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Originally posted by Bigdaddy0381 Bigdaddy0381 wrote:

I don't think I will never ever eat one again.
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An easily grown evergreen relative of the mango, poison sumac and poison ivy. Very sensitive to cold, especially in warm winters followed by a freeze. Leaves are simple, leathery, light-green with a copper-red blush when young. The nut is not edible or safe when raw. Touching an uncooked nut can cause skin eruptions and the smoke given off by roasting is itself an irritant and poisonous. The cashew apple grows above the nut; it is edible and safe without treatment and makes good jelly or fermented liquor. See Cashew
 
Yikes!!  I didn't know that.
 
Here is a picture of one.
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So who was the person that figured out how to pick, roast, and eat a cachew?

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Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

Originally posted by Bigdaddy0381 Bigdaddy0381 wrote:

I don't think I will never ever eat one again.
ANACARDIUM OCCIDENTAL - Cashew
An easily grown evergreen relative of the mango, poison sumac and poison ivy. Very sensitive to cold, especially in warm winters followed by a freeze. Leaves are simple, leathery, light-green with a copper-red blush when young. The nut is not edible or safe when raw. Touching an uncooked nut can cause skin eruptions and the smoke given off by roasting is itself an irritant and poisonous. The cashew apple grows above the nut; it is edible and safe without treatment and makes good jelly or fermented liquor. See Cashew
 
Yikes!!  I didn't know that.
 
Here is a picture of one.
 
 me ether  but jus think if you got one half raw what it might do to you. Thats kinda scary to think I give them to my kid's all the time.
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Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

So who was the person that figured out how to pick, roast, and eat a cachew?

 
That is the best question of all.  I bet it wasn't the first guy that tried.
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If we all were to fart at the same time, what would happen?
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Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

So who was the person that figured out how to pick, roast, and eat a cachew?

 
That is the best question of all.  I bet it wasn't the first guy that tried.
 
Do you think his last words were" Hey ya'll watch this"
 
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Originally posted by cyborg cyborg wrote:

If we all were to fart at the same time, what would happen?
 
Global Warming!
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Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

So who was the person that figured out how to pick, roast, and eat a cachew?

 
That is the best question of all.  I bet it wasn't the first guy that tried.
 
Probably not the second or even third, So when do you draw the line between persistent, and stupid?
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Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

Originally posted by cyborg cyborg wrote:

If we all were to fart at the same time, what would happen?
 
Global Warming!
 
Well that would explain the ILL WIND...................Farter
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First guy just plucked one and ate it, got real sick and possibly died.
 
Second guy said, "maybe we should cook it first".  Got real sick from the smoke and possibly died.
 
Third guy must have been nuts.
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