Non-toxic. But either way, they recommend that you refrain from ingesting either forms.
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Must be because they thought eating glue was harmful and could cause little kids to eat glue after watching that episode. Thank goodness most of our glue in the US is non-toxic. Puss in Cute, does the glue bottles in the UK have non-toxic on their labels?
If I remeber correctly..Originally Posted by andyboy
Not too sure though, I haven't seen the episode. Just remebered hearing about it.
Thanks for the description, Sistah Umino.The ad Cartoon Network aired featuring it showed the two surfing. I suppose it's about Ami and Yumi entering a surfing contest, or something of the like.Originally Posted by andyboy
Yashouoid told me this:Originally Posted by Sistah Umino
The parts that I remember was the parts where the Buffalo Gals beat Chicken up, and what the Red Guy says at the end.
Oh yeah, I think the Buffalo Gals were men.
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If anyone's still confused as to why it was banned:Originally Posted by Sistah Umino
This is the synopsis I was told when my cable coincidentally was cut off that night....
.....at least that's what I was told.
"I always feel very patriotic after O.R. My whites are covered in red and it gives me the blues." ~ Hawkeye Pierce
really!! that looks like a good episode! just that it isOriginally Posted by Courage-Bagge
I remember seeing on IMDb's Parents Guide for "Cow & Chicken" that beastality was shown. I've seen it ONCE, but I don't know about banning it. Maybe like some episodes they are just rare to find on TV because of [insert controversy here].
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