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Lol! No, it's definitely not for teeth (not unless you do want to end up at the dentist's...)...but it's somewhere between rubbing and drilling ;-) It's not used on the human body but used by the human ;-)
Wotzdisden  :note: Continured from - http://www.sevenforums.com/chillout-room/141861-wotzdisden-2-a.html
that was educational :geek: i didn't know they actually used real stones for beads, i thought their made of plastics.
You were so bad at the last one, I thought I would give you all a chance to redeem yourselves.
When you get it I will announce the prize. Good Luck.
A nice easy one to start you off with,:D