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27th Jan '17 12:26:40 AM PsiPaula4
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* Some servants do it with the ''royal crown'' in ''Film/TheMadnessOfKingGeorge''.
* ''Film/SpaceJam'': The WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes gang cleans their gym this way.

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* Some servants do it with the ''royal crown'' in ''Film/TheMadnessOfKingGeorge''.
* ''Film/SpaceJam'': The WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes gang cleans their gym this way.
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* Some servants do it with the ''royal crown'' in ''Film/TheMadnessOfKingGeorge''.
* ''Film/SpaceJam'': The WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes gang cleans their gym this way.




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27th Jan '17 12:19:27 AM PsiPaula4
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They might use their saliva to scrub a table or counter until it shines, to wipe dirt off someone's face, or even to manage someone's hair. Doing this may be seen as pretty [[{{Squick}} squicky]] to some, but it can still get the job done all the same.

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They This trope might use manifest in a character using their saliva to scrub a table or counter until it shines, or to wipe unsightly dirt off someone's face, or even to manage someone's hair.face. Doing this may be seen as pretty [[{{Squick}} squicky]] to some, but it can still get the job done all the same.
27th Jan '17 12:09:34 AM PsiPaula4
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It's a known fact that it's easier to clean things off when they're wet, be it with water, or some kind of other cleaning agent. However, there are times when something must be cleaned, but there is either no access to cleaning agents, or the character doesn't find reaching for one necessary, knowing that they actually always have a liquid conveniently at hand to use; their own saliva.

They might use their saliva to scrub a table or counter until it shines, to wipe dirt off someone's face, or even to manage someone's hair. It may be seen as pretty [[{{Squick}} squicky]] to some, but it can still get the job done all the same.

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It's a known fact that it's easier to clean things off when they're wet, be it with water, or some kind of other cleaning agent. However, there are times when where something must be cleaned, but there is either no they don't have access to any sort of cleaning agents, agent. That, or the character just doesn't find reaching for one necessary, knowing that they actually always have a liquid conveniently at hand to use; use -- their own saliva.

They might use their saliva to scrub a table or counter until it shines, to wipe dirt off someone's face, or even to manage someone's hair. It Doing this may be seen as pretty [[{{Squick}} squicky]] to some, but it can still get the job done all the same.
27th Jan '17 12:06:54 AM PsiPaula4
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It's a known fact that it's easier to clean things off when they're wet, be it with water, or some kind of other cleaning agent. However, there are times when something must be cleaned, but there is either no access to cleaning agents, or the character doesn't find reach for one necessary, knowing that they actually always have a liquid conveniently at hand to use; their own saliva. They might use it to scrub a table or counter until it shines, to wipe dirt off someone's face, or even to manage someone's hair. It may be seen as pretty [[{{Squick}} squicky]] to some, but it can still get the job done all the same.

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It's a known fact that it's easier to clean things off when they're wet, be it with water, or some kind of other cleaning agent. However, there are times when something must be cleaned, but there is either no access to cleaning agents, or the character doesn't find reach reaching for one necessary, knowing that they actually always have a liquid conveniently at hand to use; their own saliva. saliva.

They might use it their saliva to scrub a table or counter until it shines, to wipe dirt off someone's face, or even to manage someone's hair. It may be seen as pretty [[{{Squick}} squicky]] to some, but it can still get the job done all the same.
27th Jan '17 12:05:50 AM PsiPaula4
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It's a known fact that it's easier to clean things off when they're wet, be it with water, or some kind of other cleaning agent. However, there are times when something must be cleaned, but there is either no access to cleaning agents, or the character doesn't find reach for one necessary, knowing that they actually always have a liquid conveniently at hand to use; their own saliva. They might use it to scrub a table or counter until it shines, to wipe dirt off someone's face, or even to manage someone's hair. It may be seen as [[{{Squick}}squicky]] to some, but it can still get the job done all the same.

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It's a known fact that it's easier to clean things off when they're wet, be it with water, or some kind of other cleaning agent. However, there are times when something must be cleaned, but there is either no access to cleaning agents, or the character doesn't find reach for one necessary, knowing that they actually always have a liquid conveniently at hand to use; their own saliva. They might use it to scrub a table or counter until it shines, to wipe dirt off someone's face, or even to manage someone's hair. It may be seen as [[{{Squick}}squicky]] pretty [[{{Squick}} squicky]] to some, but it can still get the job done all the same.
27th Jan '17 12:05:27 AM PsiPaula4
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Sometimes, something really needs cleaning, but there isn't any sort of cleaning agent at hand to use. In this situation, characters might resort to using their own saliva. They might use it to scrub a table or counter until it shines, to wipe dirt off someone's face, or even to manage someone's hair.

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Sometimes, It's a known fact that it's easier to clean things off when they're wet, be it with water, or some kind of other cleaning agent. However, there are times when something really needs cleaning, must be cleaned, but there isn't any sort of is either no access to cleaning agent agents, or the character doesn't find reach for one necessary, knowing that they actually always have a liquid conveniently at hand to use. In this situation, characters might resort to using use; their own saliva. They might use it to scrub a table or counter until it shines, to wipe dirt off someone's face, or even to manage someone's hair. It may be seen as [[{{Squick}}squicky]] to some, but it can still get the job done all the same.
26th Jan '17 11:55:54 PM PsiPaula4
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Characters using their own spit to shine some object.

Some examples include:
* A restaurant worker cleaning tables.
* A mother cleans a smudge off her child's face using her spit as the cleaning solution. Or using her spit to manage the child's hair.

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Characters Sometimes, something really needs cleaning, but there isn't any sort of cleaning agent at hand to use. In this situation, characters might resort to using their own spit saliva. They might use it to shine some object.

Some examples include:
* A restaurant worker cleaning tables.
* A mother cleans
scrub a smudge table or counter until it shines, to wipe dirt off her child's face using her spit as the cleaning solution. Or using her spit someone's face, or even to manage the child's someone's hair.
6th Oct '16 7:53:06 AM erforce
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* Ragetti does this with his wooden eye a couple times in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl''. Later on, Barbossa gives the thing a ''really'' good slurp and shoves it back into Ragetti's empty socket. The poor man looks terrified.

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* Ragetti does this with his wooden eye a couple times in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl''.''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''. Later on, Barbossa gives the thing a ''really'' good slurp and shoves it back into Ragetti's empty socket. The poor man looks terrified.
6th Oct '16 7:52:38 AM erforce
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* Ragetti does this with his wooden eye a couple times in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''. Later on, Barbossa gives the thing a ''really'' good slurp and shoves it back into Ragetti's empty socket. The poor man looks terrified.

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* Ragetti does this with his wooden eye a couple times in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''.''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl''. Later on, Barbossa gives the thing a ''really'' good slurp and shoves it back into Ragetti's empty socket. The poor man looks terrified.
19th Mar '16 2:21:08 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheBigBangTheory'': Raj uses his spit to clean off dirt from the crotch area of an Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} action figure bought in a garage sale.
* On an episode of ''{{Seinfeld}}'', where George is forced to be a butler for his parents, Frank orders George to shine his shoes, and George spits on the shoe once Frank's back is turned.

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* ''TheBigBangTheory'': ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'': Raj uses his spit to clean off dirt from the crotch area of an Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} action figure bought in a garage sale.
* On an episode of ''{{Seinfeld}}'', ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', where George is forced to be a butler for his parents, Frank orders George to shine his shoes, and George spits on the shoe once Frank's back is turned.
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