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    Default When you get a brain freeze.....

    ....do you rub your tongue over the roof of your mouth to try to warm it up/get rid of the brain freeze? Or is that just me?

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    I just sit there, frozen in excruciating pain until it passes

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    I scream "it's not a tumour!" As do my children lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    ....do you rub your tongue over the roof of your mouth to try to warm it up/get rid of the brain freeze? Or is that just me?
    I do this too :-)

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    I must try it.

    I sit there like a dead fish

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    I do it too.

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    no -- I dance on the spot, one eye shut, one eye half open..muttering kufukfukfukfufukfukfukfukfukfukfufkufkufkufuk!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    no -- I dance on the spot, one eye shut, one eye half open..muttering kufukfukfukfufukfukfukfukfukfukfufkufkufkufuk!!
    Haha I do this too... Having one eye shut seems to do the trick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    ....do you rub your tongue over the roof of your mouth to try to warm it up/get rid of the brain freeze? Or is that just me?
    This is exactly what I do!!


 

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