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    notspamming
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    Are you a wizard ?

    GD
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    This was a commercially available kids toy in the early 80s–called “magic sand.”

    Aquaman43
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    i dont think so. i had magic sand probably 3 times during my childhood, and you mixed it with water and slowly squirted it out of a bottle. it was indeed wet. i think youre thinking of moonrocks.

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    The_Nozzle
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    I remember this stuff as well; what’s pictured is definitely what I played with. I can’t remember exactly what it was called back then.

    Anonymoose
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    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prMOfdjyFK0[/youtube]

    Anonymoose
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    That’s fine. I don’t the edit button, anyway. I’ll just keep posting until I get the syntax right.

    [youtube]prMOfdjyFK0[/youtube]

    Anonymoose
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    Oh, whatever. Squand. It’s called Squand. Go to YouTube, search for Squand. Squand. SQUAND.

    [youube]http://youtu.be/prMOfdjyFK0[/youube]

    chut sing
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    chut sing

    I remember playing with this–it was definitely called “Magic Sand.” I think you’re thinking of going to the beach and playing with “wet sand.”

    Aquaman43
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    lol, moose. anyway, im not arguing whatever this stuff is, but the stuff i had 40 years ago was definitely, absolutely WET. it came out of a plastic bottle with a nozzle, like sandy mud, in 3 colors, and you made a conical or mound shape, and let it dry overnight. it was NOT powder that repelled water like this stuff. ah, who fukin cares.

    R10pez10
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    They ground up my exes vagina into sand?