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The $500 Reason Why You Should Put Food Coloring in Your Toilet

If you're planning on picking up some green food coloring for your St. Patrick's Day beer, get a head start on it now. Because it turns out food coloring is a pretty useful tool outside of the kitchen, too. READ MORE »
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