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Old 10-02-2006, 02:11 PM   #1
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For all of the carpet racers that enjoy not only the spectacular traction but also the refreshing fragrance of paragon, I recommend you try ORBIT Wintermint chewing gum. It smells just like paragon. I would say that it also tastes just like it, but though I've been known to use my fingers for paragon application I draw the line at consumption.

Anyway, Paragon Gum... for that just brushed clean feeling, no matter what.

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Does it give you better grip with you teeth resulting in easier chewiing of food?
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Does it give you better grip with you teeth resulting in easier chewiing of food?
I heard it will give you .02 seconds per bite on your average sized sandwich.
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Old 10-02-2006, 03:39 PM   #4
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I like to sprinkle pepper on mine so it reminds me of tire dust!
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OK, put the bong down and just walk away
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Does it also result in the "Paragon Headache?"
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Does it also result in the "Paragon Headache?"
That's a myth. It is the people complaining about Paragon that gives you the headache
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That's a myth. It is the people complaining about Paragon that gives you the headache
I do notice myself popping some Advil on the way home from the track. I think it is from the Paragon, but I don't want to use anything else.
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Too bad I have braces. Stupid orterdontist my teeth would have turned out alright, just like my friend Mr. Smile over here >>>
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