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    An_251552 posted:
    Hey guys I need help. I swallowed some pubes and it is so annoying. Its been 2 days already and still driving me crazy. Please advise me helpful remedies.
    I already ate dry bread but I can still feel something, also drank a lot of water, still nothing happened.
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    ttrem responded:
    Did you try gargling? That might help
     
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    nohard responded:
    Gee, Just how long were they then?
    You could try some dry toast, this should shift it.
    Good Luck
     
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    mogarmanhunter responded:
    Have you tried bitting a raw potato yet?
     
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    An_255813 replied to mogarmanhunter's response:
    HA HA HA u funny!!!!


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