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i suppose shes sayin, if its body lotion, and u put it on ur face or hands then it may come into contact with ur mouth...... :umm:

yh thats what i mean

a) You won't get drunk even if a drop of alcohol reaches ur mouth (SHOCK!!! HORROR!!)

b) Many medicines contain alcohol.. we just never bother ask the docs do we..

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okaayy, what about Taurine isnt that like bull sperm or summit??? :umm:

taurine is 2-aminoethanesulfonic acid, its actually good for us in small quantities. It can be synthesized or extracted from plants, bacteria or animals. Our bodies contain amino acids this is also an amino acid.

you reading too much into it man.

ill give you an idea, if your ever unsure about anything due to your beliefs stick to mohta di daal and roti with just plain simple water.

in this day and age every food has ingredients which are derived from bacteria or animals, you simply cant avoid it unless you live in a cave.

and for the love of god its a body lotion, why do you people go so extreme? dont you take medicines, they contain gelatin and alcohol. As long as you dont take alcohol for selfish purposes then its not sin. Just like marijuana, you can get a high on it but then you can also use it to treat cancer, or take it as sukhaa shaheedi degh :cool:

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