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groovy2
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Video on How Hicks get rid of Ticks -


lick here to watch video

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I love how the prescription bottle says "Limes Disease."
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I didn't "lick" it... but clicking worked just fine!! [lol]

Glad to see that you're still blasting ticks!

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Nice video. How did you go about sterilizing the tack? Lock jaw might be tough to have as a coinfection.

Dizzy that was a real tick. It just had a really bad case of bart so thats why it looked kind of hairy. They look like like right before they get to stage 4 where all their hair falls out.

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Me too because I can only imagine what his lock jaw video would look like.
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DizzyUp - you asked: " . . .Was it just me or did the tick look fake? . . ."


Oh, yes - the legs were unbelievable - and that walk - animation?. What a hoot!


Surprised the guy did not turn into toast himself.


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Bart can make one look like a plastic Halloween spider. I saw the same thing in the mirror this morning but less animated.
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I did check with SAG. It was a real spider I mean tick playing the part of the tick.
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quote:
Originally posted by Keebler:
Surprised the guy did not turn into toast himself.

You never know what Jay will do when it comes to being in front of a camera! [Big Grin]

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I meant to type- CLICK here to Watch--

Lick here was perty funny tho --

when I made this video I was so sick I could
barely stand up for more than a minute -

Tick was pipe cleaners and Hot Glue-
if only ALL ticks were made the same way-

Yep the Lime on the bottle was Real --
the pharmacy was the Worst one I ever used-
they screwed up things over half the time-

Always check what you get from a pharmacy-
--Jay--

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I love the voice-over! [Razz]
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Pipe cleaners!!!!! You mean SAG lied to me?
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