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User avatar #71 - GoReMoTe (10/15/2010) [-]
Note: "inflammable" and "flammable" do NOT mean the same thing. derp.

also, water expires after it has been exposed to air for too long -- it actually reacts (very slowly, mind you) with the CO2 in the air develops a concentration of carbonic acid. After a long enough time, you start to notice the acidity -- that's why old water tastes bitter.
#72 to #71 - Ken M (10/15/2010) [-]
The definition of "inflammable" is flammable and vice versa.
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