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Ladies, does the following sound like BF material ??

1-10 or ye own opinion or such (adding 7 more tickle results)1.) Your true color is Blue!You're blue — the most soothing shade of the spectrum. The color of a clear summer sky or a deep, reflective ocean, blue has traditionally symbolized trust, solitude, and loyalty. Most likely a thoughtful person who values spending some time on your own, you'd rather connect deeply with a few people than have a bunch of slight acquaintances. Luckily, making close friends isn't that hard, since people are naturally attracted to you — they're soothed by your calming presence. Cool and collected, you rarely overreact. Instead, you think things through before coming to a decision. That level-headed, thoughtful approach to life is patently blue — and patently you!


thats messed up.. I dont know who came up with the idea but its stupid. at first people might swerve and get into real accidents and after a while some people will just drive thru them. Money not well spent there
thats a terrible idea, the drivers are going to see it once and then treat every kid in the road as a hologram, so someday they are going to hit a real kid in the road full speed because they think its a hologram. also, if i saw a kid in the road, i would probably slam on the brakes and swerve, which isnt exactly safe.
LOL I just posted this question. Didn't realize you posted the same thing- I deleted mine. I am totally against it. Because people will automatically start disregarding it. And the idea of someone just driving through a area that appears to have a child walking across worries me. Not only that but it could easily cause someone to become frantic and swerve and hit something/someone. Interesting idea but a bad one. In my opinion.
Fire hydrants contain a dangerous acidic chemical called dihydrogen monoxide ( or DHMO for short, though this is not it's scientific abbreviation). This corrosive compound is used as a fire retardant by most fire departments to control and extinguish fires that are too large for fire extinguishers.. DHMO is also responsible for thousands of deaths each year by inhalation and choking. It's a wonder why the chemical is used considering it being responsible for the recession of shorelines for millions of years.
yea, slamming on the brakes and swerving is MUCH better than speeding

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