• styrofoam cups & tooth pain

    From kathyboyerdfw@gmail.com@21:1/5 to cfmr...@gmail.com on Wed Jun 29 13:55:13 2016
    On Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 1:42:14 PM UTC-6, cfmr...@gmail.com wrote:
    It's called electrostatic induction, guys. Duh. Nothing to do with dental work, nothing to do with contents of cup or taste. Styrofoam carries electrical currents. And shame on those who posted things on this long chain that have NOTHING to do with

    Don't know what to tell you....when I drink out of a styrofoam cup I have a tooth that hurts. It's the strangest thing ever...

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  • From pups1238@gmail.com@21:1/5 to Jennifer Baum on Mon Oct 24 14:07:25 2016
    On Friday, June 17, 1994 at 9:22:40 PM UTC-7, Jennifer Baum wrote:
    Has this ever happened to anyone else? Everyone I know thinks I am
    completely insane -- but: I can't drink coffee out of styrofoam cups,
    because (i believe) I have so much dental work, theres some wierd thing
    that happens in my mouth, almost like an electrical charge or a chemical reaction...it tastes gross. I can't drink *anything* out of styrofoam
    cups, actually, but coffee is what I drink most out of cups.

    Anybody else hate styrofoam cups?

    I thought it was just me and i actually thought it was the water, but now that i think about it, all the times I've had this awful sensation it was from a Styrofoam cup!! I would ask family members or friends and nope, I was the only one experiencing

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