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What does it mean when your mouth suddenly tastes metalic like?

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    BeeReBuddy African Astronaut [pimp your due marabout]
    Earlier I was minding my own business and at first it tastes like i was gargling a 9volt battery but then it was just kinda lingery and metalic.
    After a few minutes it went away and I forgot about it.
    Just wondering if that is common in your 30's?
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    Octavian motherfucker
    Stroke
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    Hikikomori-Fujoshi African Astronaut
    It's your boyfriend's semen
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    Jesus Houston
    Originally posted by Hikikomori-Fujoshi It's your boyfriend's semen

    Lol. That comment made me laugh out loud. It's something a normal person wouldnt ever say. Lol. Good one.
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    Ajax African Astronaut [rumor the placative aphakia]
    Blood tastes and smells metallic. Did you bite your cheek or tongue? Your mouth also heals quickly.
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    Firekrochfatty African Astronaut
    ear or respiratory infections, sinusitis, head injuries that effect the nervous system, neck radiation therapy, and dehydration.
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    5G 'baby-killer' radiation. Everytime they turn on a new piece of equipment it shocks the body
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    Originally posted by Firekrochfatty ear or respiratory infections, sinusitis, head injuries that effect the nervous system, neck radiation therapy, and dehydration.

    I THOUGHT YOU WERE A GIRL
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    kobe bryant rapist Tuskegee Airman (banned)
    Originally posted by BeeReBuddy Earlier I was minding my own business and at first it tastes like i was gargling a 9volt battery but then it was just kinda lingery and metalic.
    After a few minutes it went away and I forgot about it.
    Just wondering if that is common in your 30's?

    it means you should be making the person whos cock your gobbling wear a rubber.

    also...from my minimal medical and physiological knowledge...a metallic taste is an indicator of the body metabolizing a high-order toxin.
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    frala Avant garde shartist
    Stop licking the equipment at work.
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